Do you feel that chill in the air? Winter is almost here and for most RVers that means it’s time to winterize and store the RV until spring.
But, why do that? Florida isn’t called the Sunshine State for nothing, and the South Florida winters typically stay around 70-80 degrees, just like spring anywhere else!
So, here’s a list of 3 campgrounds you can visit in South Florida to get away from the snow and enjoy some sunshine during the winter months.
John Pennekamp Park
Visit beautiful Key Largo’s John Pennekamp Park and experience its beautiful vistas, clear water, and peaceful environment. Some activities you can do at John Pennekamp include snorkeling, scuba diving, fishing, boating, etc. When you snorkel, you can view Florida’s beautiful coral reef up close and maybe even encounter local sea life such as dolphins, sea turtles, and a huge variety of fish.
We’re taking you way down south to Flamingo Park, which is inside the Everglades National Park. Located 38 miles south of the main Everglades entrance, this park is secluded and quiet, which is a rarity in South Florida. Similar to John Pennekamp, you can kayak, fish and swim with manatees and dolphins alike. Since the Everglades contains over 1.5 million acres of land, there’s no shortage of adventures you can find in this park.
Bahia Honda State Park
Sure all of these parks sound nice, but Florida is all about the beaches, right? Bahia Honda State Park is one of the only campgrounds where you can park your RV on a campsite located right on the beach. Enjoy the sand and sun at this park which also includes bike trails and of course, fishing, kayaking and swimming. A true paradise in the Florida Keys, which also means spots can be hard to come by, so reserve one today!
If this sounds like a dream adventure, but you need the right RV for the trip, Reines RV has everything from Class A motorhomes to pop-up campers. Make the first step in turning this dream into reality and stop by the Manassas or Ashland location today.