The Sunshine State.
A place like no other in the United States, sub-tropical climes and margaritas at 10am. At once a solace for the retired and a canvas for the young and beautiful to show their darker shades of tan, Florida has long been our nation’s escape. But while history and traffic jams can be found in abundance, so can wilderness–almost jungle–traverses be had in its many landscapes.
The mosquito-ridden Everglades, like no other ecosystem on this planet, and the magnifying glass clear streams of the state’s northwestern “springs” exemplify what the state has to offer. Small towns from Cedar Key to Islamorada whisper back to a less touristy time and troves of exotic birds rest and nestle on even the most mundane of big lot parking lots.
Florida isn’t, perhaps, what it used to be, but it is indeed a sight to behold.
Surviving Florida: A Full-time RVers Guide to the Sunshine State
From sunshine in the Keys to manatees in the springs near the panhandle, Florida is full of crocodiles, amazing birds, cute small towns and big, big cities alike.
Small Town Profile: Cocoa Beach, Florida by RV
Exploring the shores of the Space Coast, with a focus on Cocoa Beach, Florida. Things to do, places to eat and RV and vanlife tips.
The best places to survive the winter in your RV, including temperatures and pricing across California, Arizona, Texas and Florida.
Beach Camping on our National Seashores and Lakeshores
National parks on America’s lakes and seas, from the Atlantic to the Pacific, the Great Lakes to the Gulf of Mexico.
More Articles About Florida
Discover These RV-Friendly Golf Courses In North America For A Quick Family Tee Time
Golf courses with RV parks attached – a golf lover’s guide to RV destinations.
The Best Drives in the United States
Thirteen of our favorite drives, and places to camp and explore, in the United States. Includes drives in VT, TX, UT, WA, CA, OR, CO, NE and more!
Blog Posts About Florida
Florida, a Summation
It wasn’t our first time to the Sunshine State, and likely it won’t be our last. With family in the damn near most southern point of the mainland, braving the freeways and paying automated license plate tolls is a future we hold with as much certainty as any. Years ago we flirted with the panhandle,
Frigid in Florida
When you make America your living room, you hope it will be heated…
Greetings from Big Cypress National Preserve!
A slice of life in this massive swampland, from airboats to wildlife to humanity’s impact.
Greetings from the Everglades!
Eaten alive by mosquitos in America’s first National Park dedicated to preserving an eco-system rather than merely geologically impressive features.
Greetings from the Florida Keys!
Keyhopping and meteor showers.
Pilgrims and Palm Trees
Recanting a six day span in sunny Hollywood, Florida over Thanksgivingtime.