Anastasia State Park in St. Augustine and Jonathan Dickinson State Park in Hobe Sound are Florida state parks that offer campgrounds. Other Florida state parks with campgrounds include Everglades National Park near Homestead and Koreshan Historic State Park near Fort Myers.
Anastasia State Park offers bicycle riding and bird watching for its campers. Campers are also close to the beach and can venture into the coquina quarry. Campers at Jonathan Dickinson State Park can go on a boat cruise and go hiking. Campers at Everglades National Park can choose to pitch tents or bring their RVs to one of the two drive-in front country campgrounds. Camping is also available year-round.
Koreshan State Historic Park offers 12 campsites designated for tents out of its 60 campsites. The park also provides campers with a place to play volleyball and a laundry area. Campers can also view artifacts and notable buildings.
There are over 50 campgrounds throughout the state of Florida. Some of these campgrounds also offer full facilities with water, picnic tables, centralized showers, restrooms and electricity. Visitors can make reservations up to 11 months in advance for camps in a Florida state park online at ReserveAmerica.com. Campers can also call the toll-free number to reserve campsites and cabins.