Camping on Melbourne Beach, Florida

We had done another trip that included visits to Melbourne and Cocoa on Florida's Spacecoast but had never visited Melbourne Beach.  We found a "campground" on beachside and booked up.  It has a vast majority of park models/static caravans but there are probably at least fifty or sixty spaces within the park for motor homes. … Continue reading Camping on Melbourne Beach, Florida

Camping on the Beach at Cape Canaveral

This is a must-visit campground for anyone.  Jetty Park Campground has so much going for it and is such a gem I actually thought about not writing about it.  First off, it is super easy to get to directly off the former Beeline Expressway (the 528) out of Orlando and a few quick miles from … Continue reading Camping on the Beach at Cape Canaveral

Destination: Sugarloaf Key near Key West, Florida

Sugarloaf Key, Florida With Bus Trip to Key West for the day Everyone needs to do the Florida Keys at least once in a lifetime.  For those of us who live in the State of Florida, we're lucky to get to do it much more often.  And a trip to Sugarloaf Key with your RV … Continue reading Destination: Sugarloaf Key near Key West, Florida

The Perfect North Florida Beach Camping: St Augustine

Beach Camping in North Florida at its Best So much is written about St. Augustine as a tourist destination that I won't go into it.  I'll just say it must be on your list of places to visit sometime.  And, if you like beach camping, and who doesn't?, then North Beach Campground in St. Augustine … Continue reading The Perfect North Florida Beach Camping: St Augustine

Old Florida: A Homosassa River RV Getaway

Homosassa Springs and Old Homosassa, Florida If you're in the metro Tampa/St. Petersburg or even Orlando area you don't have a lot of options to discover really old Florida.  The best trip back to a simpler time is a road trip up to Homosassa.  This town is relatively small and somewhat historic.  There are opportunities … Continue reading Old Florida: A Homosassa River RV Getaway

Silver Springs: Florida’s Original Tourist Attraction Is Still Worth Visiting

A day trip to Silver Springs and Wild Waters or a weekend away. You could quite easily make a day trip of going to Silver Springs from many parts of Florida.  I'm not sure you'd make a day trip just to go to Wild Waters - though you shouldn't.  It is, however, a great weekend … Continue reading Silver Springs: Florida’s Original Tourist Attraction Is Still Worth Visiting

Blue Springs and the St. Johns River: Florida the Way it Was.

Where can you camp and experience a nature cruise, springs you can swim in and canoe and kayak rentals?  Blue Springs State Park. This is an awesome and relatively inexpensive way to spend a weekend in Florida.  We made reservations online in advance for the campground at Blue Springs State Park.  I can't recall if … Continue reading Blue Springs and the St. Johns River: Florida the Way it Was.