Is it time to hop in the RV and visit Florida’s beaches?
No matter where you go, you’ll find no shortage of awesome RV parks with easy access to sand, surf, and beachside beauty.
We’ve rounded up the best beachfront RV parks in Florida, including popular favorites as well as some lesser-known locations.
Load up the RV and get ready to hit the road!
1. Gamble Rogers Memorial State Park at Flagler Beach
Hidden away between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway is the 14-acre Gamble Rogers Memorial State Park.
From Daytona Beach, you’ll find it located 18 miles north, and from St Augustine, it’s 18 miles south.
Motorhomes, fifth wheels, travel trailers, campers, and more are welcomed with open arms.
RVers have two loops to choose from. Western US-1 takes you to a campground on the riverside of the Intercoastal Waterway.
Eastern US-1 takes you to the ocean, for what most people consider is the superior view.
All sites have hookups for water and electricity.
You can step right out of your RV to sit at the picnic table, use the fire ring, and enjoy the beach.
In the park, you’ll find laundry facilities, showers, and even a commemorative area dedicated to beloved Florida folk singer and raconteur Gamble Rogers.
You can make reservations up to 11 months ahead of time through their official website or by calling 1-800-326-3521.
2. Flagler-by-the-Sea Campgrounds at Flagler Beach
The Flagler-by-the-Sea Campground, found on Flagler Beach, is a campground and RV park with understated beauty.
It’s found along the Atlantic Ocean south of Painters Hill along N. Ocean Shore Boulevard.
Over 10 thousand campers and RVers stay at Flagler-by-the-Sea annually, but you’ll still find plenty of privacy.
Four RV sites are available, with different views, ocean proximity, and amenities.
If you want to stay right on the beach, reserve a spot at either the Ocean Front Elite or Premier Ocean Front RV sites.
The other sites are within walking distance of the beach and allow you to save a bit per night. Prices range from $79 to $119.
All sites have full hookups.
If you stay six nights, the seventh night is free.
They also offer different specials every month, perfect if you’re looking for an impromptu trip or weekend getaway.
To book a reservation, visit their official site or call (386) 439-2124.
3. Grayton Beach State Park
Head down into the Panhandle, east of Destin and west of Panama City, where you’ll find Grayton Beach State Park.
You won’t find any other park quite like this one.
Grayton Beach features white sand, clear water, and four miles of coastal forest trails.
Aside from the beach itself, the larger state park is home to 2,000 acres of natural Florida beauty.
Spend a day paddling on Western Lake, a 100-acre natural lake surrounded by coastal dunes.
If you’re looking for a night away from the RV, or a place for friends to stay, beach cabins that house up to six people are available to rent.
The RV sites are inviting and well-maintaining.
Aside from water and electric hookups, each site also has concrete pads, a grill, picnic table, and raked gravel.
Rates are $30 a night with a $5 park entrance fee, although Florida seniors get a 50% discount.
Visit their official page to book a stay. Their appointment page features a variety of options to help you find the best spot for your needs.
Reservations are available for up to about one year in advance.
4. Fort Pickens Campground at Gulf Islands National Seashore
With a winning combination of beautiful scenery and fascinating history, the Fort Pickens campground has lots to offer every RV traveler.
You’ll find this RV park near Pensacola on Santa Rosa Island.
Most visitors prefer the spots along Loop A.
Those are larger spots with electric hookups, tables, and grills.
Also, you’ll find easy access to potable water, showers, and flushing toilets.
These spots aren’t directly on the beach, but it’s close walking distance.
Plus, the nightly rates are low, ranging between $26 and $40 depending on what hookup options you prefer.
You can visit their site to book reservations for individual sites or even several sites for a group.
Sites are available up to about six months in advance, with a limit of 14 days per year.
5. Camp Gulf RV Park at Miramar Beach
Want to pull off the road and into some luxury?
Camp Gulf is one of Northwest Florida’s premier RV parks and campgrounds.
You’ll find Camp Gulf on the Emerald Coast near Destin.
Aside from the white beaches and clear, beautiful ocean, you can also enjoy fishing, boating, golf, and even fine dining.
Kids of all ages can swim in the pool and slide down The Big Slide.
All RV sites sit right on the beach with a view that can’t be beaten.
Premier sites are spacious with a 20-foot width that fits RV of practically any size.
You have full water and electric hookups, with honey wagon service available for an added charge.
Camp Gulf is far from roughing it, instead offering pampering and fun.
As you might expect, all this luxury doesn’t come cheap, with reservations running up to $300 for RV spots and more than $700 for luxury beach house rentals.
Also, note that while Camp Gulf has tons of fun for people, Fido will have to stay home, as due to a local ordinance, no dogs are allowed.
6. Red Coconut RV Park
Pull in and settle back for some of the biggest, boldest, and best sunsets you can see in the Gulf of Mexico. Located in Fort Myers Beach, the Red Coconut park features 450 feet of white beaches that accommodate 60 RV sites.
While the beachside area has the best views, the parkside section is within walking distance. It’s located up Ernesto Boulevard, where you can also find rental homes.
The area has a low-key vibe and vintage style. Each site includes full hookups, a concrete slab, and a picnic table. It’s also a reliable source of internet service.
Reservations are only available by phone at (888) 262-6226. You’ll need to provide the dates you want to stay, your type of RV, and other basics.
7. Pensacola Beach RV Resort
Camp next to Santa Rosa Sound in the Gulf Islands National Seashore.
The Pensacola RV Resort is located on a strip of land near Pensacola, where you can enjoy the surf and sand while still finding easy access to restaurants, a boardwalk, and other beach town fun.
Premium, Deluxe, and Standard sites are available for rent.
Prices vary based on beach proximity and size, but all sites have basic hookups and great views.
Eight Mile Creek runs through the middle of the six-acre property, which consists of protected wetlands.
Rates vary by season but average around $100 for the night or about $500 if you want to stay a week.
If you’re looking to stay during a holiday weekend, book early.
They offer Holiday Rental Rates with a three-night minimum. Tiki Huts are also available.
Visit their official site to schedule a reservation or even take a virtual tour.
8. Emerald Beach RV Park
Located in northwest Florida, in the town of Navarre, the Emerald Beach RV Park offers affordable and comfortable options for parking your RV.
It provides direct access to the Gulf Islands National Seashore, a Florida favorite.
Each site features a full host of amenities, including full water and electricity, wi-fi, and cable TV.
They’re also known for their clean showers and bathrooms.
If you’re looking for a relaxing alternative to the ocean, you’ll love their heated pool.
Let your four-legged friends stretch their legs in the fenced-in dog park.
You can also rent kayaks or paddle boats for a day trip.
Rates are kept low, typically under $100. You’ll also save a bit if you stay during winter.
To reserve a spot, you’ll need to call them at (850) 939-3431.
9. Melbourne Beach Mobile Park
If you’re looking for a quieter spot far from busier tourist areas, check out the Melbourne Beach Mobile Park.
Most of the park caters to long-term residents, but they do have an oceanfront section that RVers can rent per night.
Each site has full water and electrical hookups along with easy access to Melbourne Beach.
Note that the mobile park is a community for residents ages 55 and older.
It’s a different experience from other RV parks that offer clubhouses, pools, and boardwalks.
However, if you’re looking for great rates and a quiet place to spend a night or two, this park has lots to offer.
The best way to snag the spot you want is to prepare your trip as early in advance as possible.
Many RV parks allow you to book an appointment up to a year in advance, which helps you get the premier spots at the best possible rates.
Florida offers an abundance of beautiful beachfront RV parks perfect for your motorhome, fifth wheel, trailer, or another type of camper.
No matter what part of the state you visit, you can find affordable and awesome sites to park your RV for the night or even longer.
Florida’s pristine beaches and sensational sunsets are waiting!