Discussion in 'General RVing' started by danac, Jul 1, 2013.

  1. danac

    danac Junior Member

    Planning an RV trip to Florida for two weeks beginning Dec. 20. I have a few questions.
    1. How far south must I got for warm temps
    2. Would LOVE a campground on the beach!
    3. Any good campgrounds at Lake Okeechobee?

    No firm plan....I'm open to suggestions. Thanks!

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  2. C Nash

    C Nash Senior Member

    hard to find CGs at that time of year in Fl. Need to start early for reservations. Mid Fl weather is generally warm but can get chilly.
  3. H2H1

    H2H1 Senior Member

    I know only one CG on the beach. But it is in Panama City Beach Fl. It is called CAMPING ON THE GULF, I do know it is expensive during the summer time rates. You can find it on the net just type in camping on the beach Panama City Fl.
  4. C Nash

    C Nash Senior Member

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    C Nash Senior Member

  6. vanole

    vanole Senior Member


    Whats been said above and I sent you a PM with a couple of options though no beach but they are close by.
  7. saim45

    saim45 Junior Member

    The clauses you are mention above is awesome and exect to the term and condition.
  8. rrountree

    rrountree Junior Member

    On the Atlantic coast of Florida, there are two really nice state park campgrounds on the beach -- Anastasia State Park in St. Augustine and Gamble Rogers State Park in Flagler Beach, and between them on State Road A1A there are a handful of private campgrounds. Keep in mind, though, that the weather is unpredictable in this section of Florida during Winter months. On the Gulf Coast, check out Red Coconut, a private beach campground in Fort Myers, and in the Keys, both Long Key State Park and Curry Hammock State Park campgrounds are on beaches that are quite pleasant weatherwise in winter, but reservations are really tough to get.
  9. erniee

    erniee Member

    1- when the ice falls off your mirrors

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