Are you looking for Kampgrounds of America (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. Pricing varies based on how long you will be staying, whether you are staying in a cabin, recreational vehicle (RV), or tent, and the number of people you bring with you.
KOA South Florida Campgrounds
Each KOA campground offers unique opportunities for their guests, ranging from fishing and hiking to miniature golf and movie nights. Kampgrounds of America also has a Rewards program that allows campers to save 10 percent on camping costs every time they visit, along with other discounts and benefits.
The Fort McCoy KOA is located on Pine Island in St. James City, Florida, just to the east of the city of Fort Myers. The Fort Myers location offers a beautiful view of Lake Oklawaha in the Ocala National Forest. Boasting 3,700 feet of private lakefront property, this campsite is designed for the nature lover. At this campground, you're able to go fishing or explore the trails from an ATV or OHV. There are activities for all ages including volleyball, kids craft time, live music, and a playground. This campground also features a 6,000-square-foot clubhouse that offers dancing, reunions, and sponsors other events. There's also an Olympic-size swimming pool that's open year-round.
Enjoy a visit to the east coast of South Florida at the Fort Pierce KOA. The smallest KOA in the USA, this campground is located less than a mile from historic downtown Fort Pierce. Most nearby beaches offer free parking, there are local museums to visit, and dining options provide delicious food. The park has a minimalist appeal. Its world-class fishing is what attracts most visitors. With fresh ocean air, enjoy a wonderful view of the harbor from the park. Anglers, boaters, and divers flock to this park because it offers free boat slips as well as some of the best fishing and diving on the East Coast. You can also take your dogs to KampK9 -- KOA's dog-friendly area -- conveniently located nearby.
The palm-fringed Okeechobee KOA Resort is a tropical holiday campground with a 9-hole golf course, driving range, and putting green. The nearby Lake Okeechobee, also known as Florida's Inland Sea, is the state's largest freshwater lake and offers some of the best boating and fishing in the vicinity. The resort offers a plethora of activities, including tennis, pickle ball, hiking, and swimming. This park also offers a plethora of social events, including parades, parties, and seasonal holiday celebrations such as Mardi Gras and Christmas decor contests.
The Naples/Marco Island KOA is the perfect spot to enjoy the east coast of South Florida and the Everglades. On your trip to Naples, Florida, stroll along the historic Naples Pier, relax on gorgeous sandy beaches, and visit interesting attractions. The Rookery Bay Research Reserve surrounds this campground. Right out of the campground, you may enjoy floating down the established canoe track into the Gulf of Mexico. There are several activities available at the campground, including a pool, hot tub, shuffleboard, fishing, and a playground, if you choose to relax during your stay. For your canine companion, visit the Kamp K9 dog park.
The Sugarloaf Key/Key West KOA is a beachfront resort located directly between the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean. As many are aware, Hurricane Irma wreaked havoc on this campground and the surrounding neighborhood. Rebuilding takes time, but this campground has completed the work necessary to re-open. For the most up-to-date information, like the campground on Facebook or visit the website. This KOA is an entirely new facility. Future guests will have access to a gorgeous pool and a poolside pub serving cocktails, frozen drinks, and ice cold beverages. This campground also offers waterfront sites, a Kamp K9 for the four-legged campers, and a fully equipped marina store.
West Palm Beach
The West Palm Beach/Lion Country Safari KOA is located in the town of Loxahatchee, Florida. This KOA provides a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to camp near more than 1,000 animals from throughout the world that live in a drive-through safari enclosure. They also have a year-round, resort-style swimming pool, a basketball court, shuffleboard, volleyball, and a playground. Your dog will be able to play off-leash in the on-site dog park. It's also close to restaurants, shopping, and the area's beaches.
North Florida KOA Campsites
If you're searching for KOAs closer to northern Florida, this is the place to look. Northern Florida offers several unique KOA campgrounds for you to choose from.
The Starke/Gainesville Northeast KOA is centrally located just off Interstate 10 in the city of Starke, Fla. Some of the best bass fishing in the state is close to this KOA. Horseshoes, an exercise area, a tranquil clubhouse for reading, and a heated pool are all available at the campground. There is also free Wi-Fi access at this KOA. Crosby and Sampson Lakes, both nearby, provide excellent boating opportunities. It takes around an hour to get to the Atlantic and Gulf beaches. You can walk to a number of restaurants and shops in the town of Starke and drive a short distance to visit Gainesville.
At the Florida Georgia Line, the Jennings KOA Holiday is conveniently located off exit 467 of the I-75. As you approach Florida along this route, the first campground you'll see is Jennings KOA. Wild Adventures Theme Park is 20 minutes away, Valdosta, Ga., is 20 minutes away, and Disney World is four hours away. Visit for a night, a week, or a month. Take time to fish in the lake, swim in the pool, and enjoy all the amenities. Crazy Italian Pizza and Wings are baked and delivered to your campsite by this KOA. Have you forgotten something at home or are you shopping for a souvenir? This KOA's well-stocked store has just what you need.
The Milton/Gulf Pines KOA is one of Florida's top-rated campgrounds, which comes as no surprise. It's a site that's immaculately kept. Spend some time relaxing in the pool. This campground is an excellent place to stop for the day (it's less than a mile from I-10) or remain for the season. The National Naval Aviation Museum is in Pensacola, and the sugar-sand beaches of Florida's Panhandle are nearby. Canoeing and tubing trips are available from outfitters. The pool is open throughout the year.
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. Fishing, hunting, canoeing, scalloping from July to September, and pristine beaches are all available in the Big Bend area. The Perry KOA is the ideal spot to stay while visiting northern Florida. There's also a children's playground and a pool for the whole family to enjoy. There's foosball, games, puzzles, and a TV in the clubhouse. Pedal cars, horseshoes, basketball, and a pavilion are among the other attractions available at the campground. The pool and hot tub are open all year.
If you are thinking about traveling to the historic beachfront town of St. Augustine, consider staying at the St. Augustine Beach KOA campground. From this Anastasia Island campground, you can easily explore the ancient city of St. Augustine. Visit the Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park, the St. Augustine Lighthouse and Museum, and the Lightner Museum, which are all rich with items from America's Gilded Age. On a deep-sea charter or from a mile away, anglers can cast for snapper, grouper, amberjack, and other delectable species. Take a 3/4-mile stroll to the beach from your campsite, or take advantage of the on-site amenities, which include a pool, fishing pond, paddleboats, and Kamp K9, where your dog can run and play while being off-leash.
This new KOA is great for relaxing with the rhythm of the quiet St. Johns River. Take a nice long paddle in one of the campground's rental canoes or kayaks, or rent one of the boats to throw a line in the bass-rich waters. The on-site St. John's River Grille provides fresh seafood and has one of the best river views in the county from its rooftop tiki bar. A screened-in patio, daily bargains, and live music on Fridays and Saturdays are also available. Discover majestic architecture, shopping, restaurants, a Friday night farmers' market, and unique events in this historic town. At adjacent De Leon Springs State Park, take a dip in a freshwater spring. Famous Daytona Beach and miles of sandy Atlantic beaches are only a half-hour drive away. Orlando's theme parks and nonstop entertainment are less than an hour away.
Central Florida KOA Campgrounds
Central Florida offers a variety of attractions to choose from, ranging from the theme-park-focused Orlando KOA to the beach-focused KOA in Madeira Beach.
Titusville/Kennedy Space Center
Whether you're interested in space walks, beach combing, or seabirds, the Titusville/Kennedy Space Center KOA in the heart of Florida's Space Coast has lots to offer. This KOA offers a heated pool, playground, pavilion, rec room with pool table, and clubhouse. The shuttle launch experience, shuttle replica, rocket garden, IMAX movies, and much more await the entire family at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, which is open daily for tours. In training modules at the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame, you can experience once-in-a-lifetime G-force conditions. Swim and sun at Playalinda Beach, or visit the Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge to see shorebirds and gators. Walt Disney World, SeaWorld, and other central Florida attractions are all within an hour's drive.
Discover all the fantastic things that Central Florida has to offer when you stay at the Orlando/Kissimmee KOA. The Walt Disney World Resort, Universal Studios, SeaWorld, Gatorland, LEGOLAND, and other attractions are all just minutes away. Go have some fun and return to this KOA for a night of peace and relaxation. This campground offers a playground for kids, a jumping pillow for adults, and an off-leash K9 Camp for dogs. The pool, hot tub, and lounge are open year-round. This campground also offers discounted rates for local theme parks when you book your stay.
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. The beautiful mangrove-lined swamp and Pinellas Trail surround the camp, which is just minutes from the Gulf Coast's sugar white beaches. All year long, take part in the campground's countless activities! Outdoor movies, themed weekends, and fishing directly from the dock are popular among summer campers. Water aerobics, yoga, sewing, and painting are just a few of the activities that keep active snowbirds occupied during the winter months.
Two hot tubs (one of which is a private area exclusively for adults), a crystal clear outdoor pool, a sandy volleyball court, a pet-friendly play area, and shuffleboard are among the campground's features. Paddle the tranquil Long Bayou interior canal, which is home to herons, egrets, dolphins, and other animals. The popular 38-mile Pinellas County Fitness Trail is a great place to jog, walk, or cycle for some healthy enjoyment. If you wish to stay at this campground, make sure to reserve ahead of time because it's quite popular and virtually always booked to capacity.
The Clearwater KOA is located between Tarpon Springs and Clearwater, Fla., in a tropical setting. Camp here to visit the well-known Greek Sponge Docks and lovely coastal towns. Swimming, fishing, and boating are all available in both freshwater and saltwater. At Innisbrook Golf Resort, golfers can choose from a variety of demanding courses, including four championship courses. Visit a few of the area's museums and aquariums. This KOA features a tropical pool and cabana area, as well as modern laundry equipment and spotless bathrooms with showers, free Wi-Fi, and a K9 park for plenty of fun.
If you're searching for a place to visit that has both magnificent beaches and a farm-like environment, Bradenton KOA is the place to go. Enjoy the solitude and quiet of Florida's outdoors by camping in the country on a 50-year-old, family-owned farm. This KOA features an onsite petting zoo, food store, and pick-your-own veggies, and is close to two state parks, a rope course, and other attractions. With this unique campground, you may have the best of both worlds.
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.