Kevin Mims of visitflorida.com recently published a list of 10 "must see" parks in the Sunshine State, and the story was picked up by theledger.com. Here's Kevin's list:
Topsail Hill Preserve State Park, Santa Rosa Beach. Plenty of RV-friendly sites with a tram ride to a spectacular beach. Hiking trails, dune lakes unlike few others in the world. Go there.
Anastasia State Park, St. Augustine. A quick trip away to downtown Saint Augestine, or hang out in the park. Here's a link.
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St. George Island State Park. Ranked as the third best beach in the entire country, Dr. Beach is a great hang out. Lots of water activities and sunshine. Here's a link.
Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort, Orlando. Break the mold, yes, there really is something attractive in a "commercial" RV park. Quick trip to Walt's place, and see the fireworks from the campground. Jump to the Fort here.
Fort De Soto Park, St. Petersburg. Walk, bike, paddle your kayak. Wildlife watching, beach strolling. Throw in a little history too. Go there now.
Lion Country Safari KOA, Loxahatchee. Next door to the Safari, you may hear a big cat roar when you park in a big old RV spot, and "the campground is located about halfway between West Palm Beach and the eastern shore of Lake Okeechobee. Here's a link.
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