Florida is full of stunning vacation destinations with exquisite dining and accommodations, as well as high-end resorts. What you probably weren’t aware of is that there are many luxury RV resorts in Florida. When you think about ‘luxury’, RVs might not be the first thing that comes to mind. However, the convenience and flexibility of traveling by RV are indeed very appealing.
If money is no object and a luxurious experience is something you are interested in, look no further than these three gorgeous RV resorts in sunny Florida.
Blue Water Key RV Resort
One of Florida’s best-kept secrets is Blue Water Key RV Resort. This resort has plenty to brag about with their 81 meticulously-kept sites.
The sites are privately owned but rented out through the resort’s website. Each site is large and private with Canal and Bay Front Lots including private access to the ocean, complete with a dock.
Each site has tiki huts equipped with outdoor cooking or prep areas, fridges, TVs, chairs, couches, and more depending on what the owners of the site have installed. The resort amenities are incredible.
A large laundry facility, temperature controlled fresh-water pool, dog park, clubhouse, shower house and a community dock with boat slips for rent are some of the fantastic amenities this resort offers to ensure you have a great stay.
A storage facility is also available for a fee, as well as curbside trash pick-up, recycling, and propane exchange. If you’re looking for more action and activities, just a 15-minute drive away is Key West for restaurants, shopping, and all sorts of touristy fun.
On the resort’s website click on any site that appeals to you, and you’ll see detailed pictures of the specific site and more information.
Pelican Lake Motorcoach Resort
Just minutes from Marco Island and Naples is Pelican Lake Motorcoach Resort. Sites are available to purchase and rent out here as well.
RV sites are generous in size and offer privacy with hedges and palm trees walls separating the sites. The resort is set around a 35-acre stocked lake, and most of the sites face the lake so bring your fishing gear!
Beautifully kept, this resort offers activities, food trucks three times a week, and a weekly snow cone truck, all in the guard-gated resort. Amenities include two lighted tennis courts, shuffleboard courts, heated pool & jacuzzi, gym, laundry facilities, library, conference room, catering kitchen, 8,000 square foot clubhouse, and a dance floor with a stage.
The park is a 45-minute drive to the beach, so enjoy the luxurious options at the resort then head into town when you’re ready for some fresh salt air.
Key Palms RV Resort
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This small but beautiful RV Park features 30 water-front, pull-in, pull-through, and back-up sites. Key Palms RV Resort is family owned and family-friendly and puts great emphasis on hospitality.
The RV resort makes you feel right at home with private patios, a comfy clubhouse, squeaky clean bathrooms, gym, dog run fast Wi-Fi, and a beautiful heated pool and jacuzzi overlooking the bay.
You can fish right off the resort grounds, and there is a boat ramp for water access. Local restaurants & tiki bars, shops, and stores are within walking distance.
After making the resort your home base head out to enjoy the nearby attractions. Kayaking, paddle boarding, snorkeling, scuba diving, parasailing, deep sea fishing, and flats fishing are some of the guests’ favorite activities. Close by you’ll also find several state and national parks and an artificial reef.
If you are looking for some adventure with a whole lot of relaxation and indulgence, these resorts will have what you are looking for and more. So get your RV ready to go, rent one if you need to, pack your bags, and let’s start checking off that experience bucket list!
The previous article has been written by guest contributor Shelley Trupert. Shelley works for Outdoorsy, an RV marketplace for consumers and pros. She has been camping for almost 20 years and is always looking to find the next hike, off the beaten path. While she used to enjoy tenting in the wilderness, she prefers to camp in an RV now—whether it is a Class C or a teardrop trailer—to enjoy a little comfort after a long day outdoors and the ease of travel it provides. Her goal is to hike in all of the national parks in North America.
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