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About Miami

Dozens of Miami RV parks dot the East coast of South Florida, and run as far South as Key West. That means quality facilities exist in popular area towns like Palm Beach, Ft. Lauderdale Hollywood, and Boca Raton. Any of these neighboring cities provide easy access to popular attractions in and around Miami.

Everglades National Park, Everglades Wildlife Management Area and Big Cypress National Preserve are just West of Miami and extend all the way to the Gulf Coast. Big Cypress National Preserve can be reached via Interstate 75 or Highway 41, while the Everglades and Key Largo are a short drive south.

South Florida is where the swamp meets the ocean and the area’s climate continues to change as a result of warming waters. Hundreds of thousands of square miles of mangroves, swamp, coastal prairie, and sunshine comprise the tip of the state and provide endless opportunity for campers and RV enthusiasts. Jump onboard a boat, go kayaking, fishing, or hiking along a few of the many miles of trails and you are sure to encounter some of the local wildlife. You can spot everything from waterfowl to alligators to rare plant species found only in these parks.

Ever wanted to RV on an island? Florida is the kind of state that can make that happen. In the South of Florida is Key West, a quaint beach town with rich history. You can find campgrounds and RV parks near the Florida Keys with lots of interesting stops along the road to enjoy some local flavor. Key Largo, Islamorada, Marathon, and others towns line the drive down to Key West. If you are looking for an escape outdoors, Marquesas Keys and Dry Tortugas National Park are reachable by boat or by plane. These destinations provide both history and peaceful isolation for a low-key vacation.

No matter where you go in South Florida, there are plenty of RV parks near Miami to stay at.

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