7 Campgrounds in Florida That Campers Can’t Get Enough Of
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The sunshine state is serious about its outdoor recreation, and campgrounds in Florida allow outdoor lovers to access all of its wild variety. With more than 12 million acres of public lands, around 1,300 miles of coastline, Atlantic to Gulf coast beaches, as well as inland prairies, forests, and rivers, camping in Florida the pinnacle of outdoor recreation in the south.
There are countless outdoor attractions unique to Florida, including a prehistoric swimming hole you can camp near (Devil’s Den Spring) and a national park where the best views can be seen from underwater. Wherever you feel like pitching a tent, campgrounds in Florida will keep you busy.
But in case you need some advice on where to catch the best Florida rays, The Dyrt reviewers are revealing their most treasured campgrounds in Florida.