Stake Out Your Piece of Paradise in The Palm Beaches

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Planning a vacation to The Sunshine State? If you’re seeking the sights of clear night skies and the sounds of crickets chirping amid rhythmic sea breezes, your perfect escape is to The Palm Beaches. Stake your ground near Intracoastal Waterways, in-land among nature trails and historical sites, or feet from family-friendly beaches… you can even listen to the roaring sounds of lions near a wildlife safari park. Come embrace the adventurous side of Nature’s many wonders, while still enjoying the buzzing beat of our nearby downtown districts and the vast variety of attractions within The Palm Beaches magical collection of 39 cities and towns. There’s a new adventure ready to be discovered, no matter where you decide to park the RV or pitch the tent.

West Palm Beach/Lion Country Safari KOA Campground – Loxahatchee, Fla.
Lion Country Safari’s award winning KOA Campground is located adjacent to a 320-acre drive-through wild animal preserve and theme park. Lion Country Safari is America’s first drive-through wildlife preserve, entertaining guests from around the world since 1967. The attraction is home to more than 900 animals in the drive-through preserve and in the Safari World exhibit area. The KOA Campground, which has 223 sites, including cabin rentals, as well as RV and tent sites, was opened in the 1980′s. The Campground facilities include: full hook-up, shady pull-through sites with concrete patio, picnic tables, a general store, gas-heated swimming pool, handicap accessible restrooms, shuffle board, basketball, volleyball, playground, laundry, and more. RV sites do have hookups and include electric, water and sewer. For pricing and reservation details, please visit their website. This Campground is also near the Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge.

Photo courtesy of West Palm Beach KOA
Photo courtesy of West Palm Beach/Lion Country  KOA Campground

Peanut Island Campground – Peanut Island, Fla.
Offering 17 tropically-landscaped campsites, each complete with a tent pad, grill and picnic table, this park is perfect for fisherman, boaters and campers seeking waterfront views. Restrooms with hot showers, a dishwashing station, a large fire pit ring, a fishing pier and a picnic pavilion are also available for campers. The island is also home to walking trails and the John F. Kennedy Bunker, which is available for visitation with a small admission fee. Sailfish Marina and Riviera Beach City Marina are a short distance away, providing dining and watersport rentals, and you can also visit Manatee Lagoon – AN FPL Eco-Discovery Center. For pricing and reservation details, please visit their website.

 

Photo courtesy of Palm Beach County Parks & Recreation
Photo courtesy of Palm Beach County Parks & Recreation

Jupiter-Palm Beach Motorcoach Resort – Jupiter, Fla.
If you’re looking for a more luxurious RV-ing experience, this is the site for you. Park your motor coach in this palm-lined paradise, which offers 100 Class A motor coach sites. Optional 12’x 16’ web bar, full bath and TV lounge can be included for an additional fee. The 6,000-foot clubhouse also provides events and entertainment with full health club facilities. An infinity pool and hot tub, as well as tennis courts, bocce ball courts and pickle ball courts are also on the premises. This site is located minutes from Riverbend Park, which offers bike rentals, canoe and kayak rentals, as well as picnic chickee hits and trails; Cypress Creek Natural Area, which is part of the Northeast Everglades Natural Area and serves as a buffer for the Loxahatchee Wild and Scenic River; the site is also just a short drive away from Busch Wildlife Sanctuary, and the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum, an 1860 lighthouse.

Juno Ocean Walk Condo Association and RV Resort Juno Beach, Fla.
Complete with a clubhouse, pickleball, shuffleboard and a heated pool, the RV Resort offers 246 RV sites, all within walking distance of the beach and the Juno Beach Fishing Pier. Roger Dean Stadium, shopping, dining and entertainment center Harbourside Place, and the Loggerhead Marinelife Center are just a few miles away.

Palm Beach Traveler RV Park – Lantana, Fla.
Located just three miles from the ocean, the RV Park allows you to bask in the sunshine and enjoy the pet-friendly facilities. A swimming pool, laundry room, restroom facilities, bocce and shuffleboard courts, and free wireless internet make for an enjoyable stay. While there, make sure to visit Due South Brewing Co., Green Cay Nature Center, Schoolhouse Children’s Museum and Learning Center, the Boynton Beach Mall, or even partake in a Taste History Culinary Tour.

Del-Raton RV Park & Trailer Sales – Delray Beach, Fla.
Conveniently located near Downtown Delray Beach, this gated park provides a peaceful setting for RV campers. Equipped with water, sewer, electric and a concrete patio, it’s obvious why this park has been around since 1973. Guests can visit nearby Delray Beach’s Atlantic Avenue and its bustling nightlife and dining options, the Morikami Museum & Japanese Gardens, the Silverball Museum & Arcade, the Sandoway House & Nature Center, Surfing Museum and of course the world-famous beautiful beaches.

John Prince Park Campground – Lake Worth, Fla.
The 48-acre campground in located within this 726-acre park, which offers both RV and tent sites as well as a boat ramp and picnic areas.

Photo courtesy of Palm Beach County Parks & Recreation
Photo courtesy of Palm Beach County Parks & Recreation

South Bay RV Park – South Bay, Fla.
Nestled alongside Lake Okeechobee, this park offers 72 RV sites, a boat launching area, laundry, restrooms, hot showers, fire rings, horse shoe pits, shuffleboard court, Wi-Fi throughout the camp ground, recreational hall and picnic pavilion with charcoal grill. Its proximity to Lake Okeechobee provides excellent freshwater fishing. Lake Okeechobee, which is the second largest freshwater lake in the United States, has been known as one of the top Bass Fishing locations in the world. While camping here, make sure to explore the Lake Okeechobee Scenic Trail (LOST), Skydive Palm Beach and the Dolly Hand Cultural Arts Center.
 

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