Florida Campground Reservations!


From Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort to Bahia Honda state park in the Florida Keys, you can find a campsite at the Go To Florida.net website... and discount rates for Florida Campground reservations

Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground (Sorry, we only have Cabins and no campsites bookable here)

For the RV and camping enthusiasts, where better than Walt Disney World? Surrounded by 750 acres of cypress and pine woods, Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground is easily accessible to the Magic Kingdom Park and the wonder of the Walt Disney World Resort. This campground features swimming pools, a sand beach, fitness & horse trails, hay rides, boat rentals, fishing, tennis courts and bike rentals. RV's, tenters, group and youth camping, cabins and much more.

Fort Wilderness Resort Log Cabins

Enjoy Florida Camping

Fort Wilderness is a very popular campground for many of our visitors - the magic of Disney awaits.

This Home Away From Home Resort includes both cabins AND campsites in the heart of the great outdoors. The cabins offer a quaint, relaxing escape in surroundings that capture the rustic beauty of pioneer days but offer all the modern amenities you expect at a Disney Resort. For a real back-to-nature experience for guests who bring their own place to stay, private campsites surrounded by lush wilderness are available for travel trailers, motorhomes and tents. Recreational amenities at this unique resort are many and include two swimming pools, white sand beach, horseback riding and much more.

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Campground Reservations at Florida's State Parks

Includes Wekiwa Springs State Park near Orlando and Lake Kissimmee State Park (south of Kissimmee Florida) and Blue Spring State Park north of Sanford, Florida. please click here.

Nationwide State Park Campground Reservations and Information

 

Florida Campground Reservations

Our List of Florida State Parks offering Florida Campground Reservations:

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Amelia Island State Park: - Amelia Island State Park offers over 200 acres of undeveloped sea island recreational opportunities. This is a perfect place to relax and unwind, search for seashells, or see some rare wildlife. Fishing is the top recreational activity at the park. The George Crady Bridge State Fishing Pier offers a mile long bridge for fishing the sound. The shoreline is a favorite of those who like to surf fish. For a truly memorable experience take a horseback ride with The Kelly Seahorse Ranch, one of the few places on the East Coast offering horseback riding on the beach.

Anastasia SP - Anastasia State Park was first opened to the public in 1949 and since that time has become one of Florida's busiest state parks. Located off A1A, and just 1 1/2 miles from historic downtown St. Augustine, Anastasia has everything for the active park visitor. The park boasts a broad beach flanked by sand dunes and a lagoon bordered by rich tidal marshes. A hardwood forest of ancient wind swept oaks was in its youth when Juan Ponce de Leon landed near the area, giving Florida its name.

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Bahia Honda SP
- Bahia Honda is noted as one of the best beaches in South Florida. It is located along both the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. Popular activities include snorkeling, swimming, and fishing. Camping, cabins, 2 exceptional boat ramps, a certified "Clean Marina," and a concession and gift shop make Bahia Honda an outstanding recreational opportunity.
Big Lagoon SP
Blackwater River SP
Blue Spring SP

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Caladesi Island SP
Cayo Costa SP - Cayo Costa ("key by the coast") is one of the largest underdeveloped barrier islands remaining in Florida. It is located twelve miles west of Cape Coral in Lee County, and is part of a chain of barrier islands that shelter Charlotte Harbor and Pine Island Sound. The island contains unique tropical vegetation, and looks much as it did 500 years ago when the first Europeans arrived. Accessible ONLY by private boat or passenger ferry service.
Collier-Seminole SP

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Dead Lakes SP

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Falling Waters SP
Faver-Dykes SP
Florida Caverns SP
Fort Clinch SP

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Gamble Rogers Memorial State Recreation Area
Grayton Beach SP
Gold Head Branch SP

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Henderson Beach SP
Highlands Hammock SP
Hillsborough River SP
Hontoon Island SP

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John Pennekamp Coral Reef SP - The first undersea park in the United States, John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, and the adjacent Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, cover approximately 178 nautical square miles of coral reefs, seagrass beds and mangrove swamps. The park extends 3 miles into the Atlantic Ocean and is approximately 25 miles in length.

These areas were established to protect and preserve a portion of the only living coral reef in the continental United States.


Jonathan Dickinson SP

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Kissimmee Prairie Preserve SP
Koreshan State Historic Site

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Lake Griffin SP -
Lake Kissimmee SP- The land that is now Lake Kissimmee State Park was once used by Native Americans because of the abundance of fish and game in the area, making it an ideal place to live for thousands of years. The park is named for Lake Kissimmee, the third largest lake in the state. The 5,930 acres of Lake Kissimmee State Park are teeming with plant and animal life. The park offers outstanding fishing, bird watching, picnicking, camping, boating and hiking on 13 miles of beautiful trails. For nature lovers and photographers few parks offer the variety of plant and animal life that Lake Kissimmee State Park has to offer.
Lake Manatee SP -

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Little Manatee River SP
Little Talbot Island SP
Long Key SP - Long Key State Park is located at Mile Marker 67.5, 67400 Overseas Highway in the Florida Keys. The park continues to be a popular camping destination for visitors from around the world. Our summer months are staying much busier than in years past. Please make your reservation in plenty of time, so you too can enjoy your wonderful park!

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Manatee Springs SP
Mike Roess Gold Head Branch SP
Myakka River SP

O
O'Leno SP
Ochlockonee River SP
Oleta River SP
Ortona South - Lake Okeechobee And Waterway
Oscar Scherer SP

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Paynes Prairie Preserve SP

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Rocky Bayou SP

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Sebastian Inlet SP - Sebastian Inlet State Park is a premier saltwater fishing location on Florida's east coast. Other activities include some of the best surfing on the Eastern Seaboard, swimming, boating, picnicking, and camping. There is also a ranger-led tour cruise of the Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge, and a museum on the site of the 1715 Spanish Treasure Fleets salvors' camp.
Silver River SP
St Andrews SP

St. Joseph Penisula SP - St. Joseph Peninsula State Park has miles of white sand beaches, striking dune formations, a heavily forested interior, and a favorable climate for year-round outdoor recreation. The 2516 acre park is surrounded on two sides by the waters of St. Joseph's Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. An isolated 1750 acre Wilderness Preserve occupies the tip of the peninsula.
St. George Island SP - St. George Island is 9 miles of undeveloped beaches and dunes, surrounded by the Gulf of Mexico and Apalachicola Bay. This is the perfect setting for St. George Island Park. St. George occupies 1962 acres at the end of a long, narrow barrier island, and is a combination of sandy coves, salt marshes, shady pines, and oak forests. The park supports an abundance of marine and bird life.
St Lucie South
Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center SP
Suwannee River SP - The scenic Withlacoochee River joins the historic Suwannee River within this park. An overlook provides visitors with a panoramic view of the rivers and surrounding wooded uplands. When the water level is low, springs may be seen bubbling from the banks of both rivers.

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T.H. Stone Memorial St. Joseph Penisula SP
Three Rivers SP
Tomoka SP
Topsail Hill Preserve SP
Torreya SP

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W.P. Franklin N - Lake Okeechobee And Waterway
Wekiwa Springs SP -

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