If you can’t decide what RV park to go to with beach access, then we got you covered! Even if this list only helps to narrow down your options, you’re that much closer to an RV beach getaway!
`With 200 sites along Destin’s sandy beach, Camp Gulf is an RV park that offers beachfront and shaded sites. They also offer cabins and a beach house for up to 15 people! While the sites for RV parking aren’t cheap, they are well worth the money!
The Beachfront sites are big rig friendly and offer water and electric hookups. The Beach sites, which are further back, have full hookups and concrete patios with picnic tables. The Shaded Upper RV sites are closer to the resort’s pools and laundry facilities. The final option are the North Upper RV sites are closest to the entrance of the resort. They are only a five-minute walk to the beach, however they offer golf and beach cart rentals to help with the trip.
`On a thin strip of land between the Gulf of Mexico and St. Joseph Bay across from Port St. Joe is the St. Joseph Peninsula Memorial Park. This RV park has 119 campsites with water, electricity, picnic tables and grills. There are also tent areas, a bathhouse with showers and some cabins!
If you’re done with resting on the beach, the park has hiking trails you can explore! You can also go out on the bay and go fishing or kayaking.
`On Florida’s Forgotten Coast is Carrabelle Beach RV Resort. They have full hookup RV sites with level concrete pads. They also offer oceanview lofts, cottages, and cabins! If you don’t want to go to the beach, they do have a pool, a playground, and a rec room. WiFi is included and they even have a pet area!
Crooked River Lighthouse is just up the road, so that would be a fun trip with the family! You can climb the historic lighthouse or just look around their Keeper’s House Museum and Gift Shop for some souvenirs! St. George Island is right nearby and offers plenty of shops, restaurants, and trails.
`On the 40-mile Gulf Coast barrier island of Santa Rosa are waterfront sites of Pensacola Beach RV Resort. The sites are full-hookup, roomy, and have level concrete pads. Each site also has a picnic table!
This is also the place to go if you love food--the park is surrounded by eateries such as a chowder house! There are also plenty of shops to walk around at.