Are you looking for KOA Campgrounds in Florida? There are 24 KOA camping facilities located in the state that are open every day of the year, so it won’t be difficult to find a place to stay during your next camping trip to the Sunshine State.
KOA South Florida Campgrounds
Clewiston/Lake Okeechobee – This campground is convenient to Route 27 and is only a few miles away from Lake Okeechobee boar access. Nearby attractions include opportunities to participate in golfing, fishing, hunting, skydiving, and more.
The Fort Myers/Pine Island KOA is located on Pine Island in St. James City, Florida, just to the east of the city of Fort Myers. Enjoy lakefront camping and a short drive to beaches and historic South Florida sites.
Enjoy a visit the West Coast of South Florida at the Fort Pierce KOA, where beautiful beaches and excellent fishing spots are just a short causeway drive away.
There are two KOA campgrounds located on beautiful Lake Okeechobee. The Pahokee/Lake Okeechobee Outpost is in the town of Pahokee on the southeastern shore of the lake, while the Okeechobee campgrounds is on the north shore of the lake in the town of the same name.
The Naples/Marco Island KOA is the perfect spot to enjoy the east coast of South Florida and the Everglades.
The Sugarloaf Key/Key West KOA is a beachfront resort located directly between the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean.
West Palm Beach
The West Palm Beach/Lion Country Safari KOA is located in the town of Loxahatchee, Florida. Capers can enjoy a unique camping experience, listening to the sounds of the many wild animals that live in the drive through safari enclosure.
North Florida KOA Campsites
The Starke/Gainesville Northeast KOA is centrally, just off Interstate 10. It is near Crosby Lake and Sampson Lake, both popular destinations for boaters in the northern part of Florida. You can walk to number of restaurants and shops in the town of Starke and drive a short distance to visit Gainesville.
The Jacksonville North/St. Mary’s campground is actually located in Kingsland, Georgia, but is just half a mile away from the Florida state line and all that Jacksonville has to offer. This spot has easy access to the St. Mary’s River, the Okefenokee Swamp, and the Atlantic coasts of Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia.
Enjoy a trip to the white sand beaches of Florida’s Panhandle with a stay at the Milton/Gulf Pines KOA. This campground is located just off Interstate 10 and is close to river canoeing activities, the Gulf of Mexico, and Pensacola’s Naval Air Station, home of the National Museum of Naval Aviation.
If you’re planning a getaway to Florida’s Big Bend, the Perry location is the best choice out of all the KOA campgrounds in Florida. This beautiful part of the state is popular with those who enjoy beaches, canoeing, fishing, hunting, and even scalloping.
If you are thinking about traveling to the historic beachfront town of St. Augustine, consider staying at the St. Augustine Beach KOA campground. Located on Anastasia Island the campground provides an excellent base from which to tour the area, fish, and enjoy the Atlantic Ocean and its beaches.
There are two KOA camping facilities near Tallahassee. The Chattahoochee/Tallahassee West KOA is located near Interstate 10 just 30 miles west of the state capital of Tallahassee in close proximity to Florida Caverns State Park, the Chipola River, and many other Florida panhandle activities. The Tallahassee East/Monticello campground is located 20 miles east of Tallahassee. There is a stocked lake in the campground and it’s just a short drive away from Wakulla Springs State Park.
Central Florida KOA Campgrounds
There are two KOA Campgrounds in Daytona. The Daytona Beach KOA is located in the town of Port Orange, just a ten minute drive from the famous Daytona Speedway and the area’s beautiful white beaches. Daytona/Speedway facility is located in the city of Daytona, on Speedway Boulevard. Both campgrounds are only about an hour’s drive away from the attractions of Orlando, the Kennedy Space Center, and other central Florida activities.
There are three KOA campgrounds in and around the Orlando area. The Kissimmee/Orlando KOA is located directly between Sea Word and Walt Disney World. The Orlando Southeast/Lake Whippoorwill and Orlando Southwest/Fort Summit campgrounds are conveniently located within an easy drive of all of the major theme parks in Orlando.
St. Petersburg/Madeira Beach
If you are planning to enjoy a visit to central Florida’s Gulf Coast, consider staying at the St. Petersburg/Madeira Beach KOA. This campground’s waterfront bayou location is just two miles from the Gulf of Mexico. You can enjoy fishing from the dock, canoeing, and many other outdoor recreational activities at this facility.
Florida’s Space Coast
The Titusville/Kennedy Space Center KOA is the perfect location to stay if you are planning to visit the state’s “Space Coast” region. The campsite is in close proximity to the Kennedy Space Center, the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame, and Merritt Island National Wildlife Reserve, as well as being located within an hour of Orlando’s theme park attractions.
If you want a central home base where you can enjoy all of the attractions of central Florida, Wildwood just might be the perfect location. This campgrounds is within an easy driving distance of Orlando, the Gulf of Mexico, Homosassa Springs Wildlife State Park, the Withlacoochee River, and other attractions.
Staying at KOA Campgrounds in Florida
Visit KOA.com for more details about any of the campgrounds that interest you or to make a reservation. Florida is a popular camping destination during all four seasons, so plan ahead to ensure that you can get a campsite or cabin at the facility of your choice.