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Stay the Night

Tent at a campsite


Cabins and full facility campsites are available at many Florida state parks. Reservations are recommended and can be made up to 11 months in advance.

RV at campsite under a tree.


Choose a wooded campsite within walking distance of white sandy beaches, or camp beside river banks, lakes or woodlands. Find a site for your RV or tent. Primitive, youth and group sites are also available.

Cabin at Oleta River State Park


Nineteen parks from Pensacola to the Florida Keys provide cabins for overnight stays. For reservations, call toll free (800) 326-3521, (866) I-CAMP-FL or TDD (888) 433-0287. Make reservations online at

Wakulla Springs Lodge exterior


Located just south of Tallahassee at Wakulla Springs State Park, the Wakulla Springs Lodge is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Built in the 1930s the lodge features 27 guest rooms, each with a spacious marble bathroom, walk-in closet and antique or period furniture. All rooms have a telephone and data port.

Red tent set up at Fred Gannon Rocky Bayou State Park.


Find reservation details and policies pertaining to camping, such as cancelling or changing a reservation, discounts, length of stay and camping with pets.