Looking forward to enjoying a memorable adventure with your family? Do you want to get away from all the hustle and bustle of the city life? Are you planning to spend a quiet and peaceful time with nature? If you say YES to all these, then you should definitely head out to Florida, bring your family and friends and spend the rest of the day camping and enjoying exciting outdoor activities. So what are the best camping sites in Florida? Check them all out below.

  1. Biscayne National Park

Downtown Miami looks incredibly breathtaking from Biscayne National Park, thus you will certainly love hanging out and camping in the said area. There are lots of things to do at Biscayne National Park which includes swimming, hiking, fishing, boating and wildlife views. You can also enjoy educational programs offered by the institution. There are also picnic tables, grills, cold water shower and toilets available for camping guests. At only $25 per day, Biscayne National Park is definitely a cheap, yet wonderful place to stay in Florida.

  1. John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park

Enjoy an underwater adventure at John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park which features wonderful coral reefs, mangrove swamps, and rich marine life. The park also offers a campground with 47 campsites where you can pitch out a tent or drive your RV for camping. There are also ADA-accessible restrooms and facilities to provide convenience and to cater all persons threat. You can also bring your favorite pet as the park allows pet inside. The campsite only costs $36 per day.

  1. Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center

Camping Pursuits has also named Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center as one of the best camping sites in Florida with its amazing view overlooking the Suwannee River Wilderness Trail. You can enjoy trails for horseback riding, cycling and hiking or spend the afternoon at the Center’s museum. The Center also features several riverside cabins for your family and comes with grill and picnic tables. There are also tent sites where you can avail for electric hookups. The cabins cost about $100.00 per night while tent camp sites or RV costs $20 per day.

  1. Pensacola Beach RV Resort

The resort is hailed as a very suitable RV campground. You can enjoy the beautiful beach, pool, beach umbrellas and picnic tables. You and your family will certainly enjoy basking under the sun and enjoy the waters thereof. The rates for the RV resort start at $60 per day or $300 per week.

  1. Dry Tortugas National Park

Dry Tortugas is definitely a haven for all those who want to spend time enjoying the sun and the sand. The park spans about 100 square miles and is made up of seven islands. You can enjoy snorkeling under the beautiful and crystal clear water and see its rich marine life. For single campsite, the fee only costs $15 per day while it would only cost $30 per day for group campsite. Fees are only accepted in cash.