Located between Vero Beach and Port St. Lucie, Treasure Coast RV Park & Campground is the only Florida RV resort located within one mile of Interstate I-95 and the Florida Turnpike. It provides easy access to all south Florida attractions as well as a tranquil place to stop for a day or longer.
The park is a beautiful and serene setting. It offers activities for children and adults including arts and craft classes, a photo club, karaoke, line dancing, poker, bingo and water fitness. This Treasure Coast, FL campground is a great place for a family vacation and is convenient for visiting other Florida attractions. It is a highly rated Good Sam RV park in Treasure Coast, FL.
“I was really impressed with this place. One of the things I liked was of all the places we have stayed in our RV, this has been the only place that gave us emergency personnel phone and address in case of an emergency. With being new to a town, I think that would be helpful just in case.” – Janice, Google review
Road Runner Travel Resort is a family-based Treasure Coast campsite and travel resort that focuses on family fun. It has an on-site restaurant, market, and three-hole golf course. There are walking, cycling and jogging trails throughout the park.
It is near a wealth of activities in Fort Pierce, including jazz festivals, theatre, Farmer’s Markets, the fabulous beach and much more. It is conveniently located for visiting Disney World, Kennedy Space Center, Lion Country Safari, and several championship golf courses. It is a highly rated Good Sam RV park.
“This is a very nice park with a lot of sites. They are mixed between park homes, permanent RV sites, and transient sites. Some of the sites are very nice with brick pavers and a fireplace. We stayed in a transient site…” – Lisa, Google review
Pitchford by the Sea RV Park provides Old Florida camping along the Indian River Lagoon at Jensen Beach. It is within walking distance of restaurants, boat launches, fishing and the beach. It offers beautiful waterfront sites.
The location is the main reason you will love Pitchford by the Sea RV Park. It is a no-frills Treasure Coast campsite but has enough to make your stay comfortable. You can walk to just about all the local attractions, and the major Florida attractions are easy to reach by car.
“I love this place! I stay here all winter until June. It’s a great location, right on the river in Jensen Beach. The people are great too. It has no pool and not many amenities but a great spot. A little piece of paradise.” – Rick, Google review
PSL Village RV Park is a 55+ mobile home park that welcomes daily and weekly guests. It has lakefront nature walks and wide grassy areas. It is suitable for slide-outs, satellite dishes and each site has a picnic table.
This is a comfortable, convenient campground in Treasure Coast, FL. It has good resort-style facilities for a comfortable stay and is near many of the attractions in the area, including surfing, sailing, horseback riding, a planetarium, river cruises and fishing charters.
“We chose PSL Village park to stay during our home renovation nearby and planned on calling it home for about four weeks. We considered this park due to the fact it was clean, well-managed and the cement sites with full hookups were large.” – Steve, Google review
Jonathan Dickinson State Park is run by the Florida State Park Department. It is located five miles north of Jupiter on U.S. 1. It is an excellent place to view a variety of wildlife as well as enjoy outdoor recreation such as boating and fishing.
Florida State Parks are well run, and Jonathan Dickinson State Park has a long list of outdoor recreation starting with swimming, boating, and fishing. It has equestrian trails, mountain biking, geo-seeking, canoeing and kayaking and boat tours of the locality. For an outdoor vacation with children, this is a great place.
“Beautiful park displaying Florida’s varying ecosystems and biodiversity. If you are ‘on the fence’ head on over. Pleasant staff and a wonderfully maintained park await. You won’t be disappointed.” – James, Google review
Causeway Cove Marina RV Park is a great place if you have a boat and an RV. The RV sites are double size. If you have an RV, you get a discount on marina slips. Each site has a view of the Indian River Lagoon.
“There only a week…but excellent location and services. Restaurants and great beaches within easy walking distance. The marina is new and has an excellent infrastructure and welcoming management and support personnel.” – jrhamp, Google review
Savannas Recreation Area and Campground is managed by the Florida Department of Environment Protection. It offers 550 acres with five distinct biological communities. The office is in a historic cabin where you can sit and watch the wildlife.
The Savannas Recreation Area and Campground is the place to go for rustic, outdoor adventure. The waterways are amazing, and you can rent a kayak or canoe and visit several ecosystems. It is full of wildlife and a great place for children to learn about and enjoy the outdoors.
“This year was our second time visiting and we had a great stay. Friendly staff…well-kept restroom facilities…not at all crowded. Highly recommend that you make time to rent a canoe or kayak and explore the waterways.” – David, Google review
Phipps Park Campground is run by Martin County Florida Parks and Recreation Department. It is comprised on 55 acres of protected area with fresh and saltwater fishing. Many sites have waterfront views.
Phipps Park Campground is a quiet campground near Treasure Coast, FL. You can relax and watch the boats on the river as well as the abundant wildlife. If you have a canoe or kayak, you can enjoy exploring on the river and fishing. This is a back-to-nature campground with no frills.
“Excellent group campground but prepare for no electric on campsite. It was well kept and no debris lying around. The ranger was very accommodating and helpful to our group.” – Chris, Google review
The Sunshine Travel RV Resort is located near both saltwater and fresh water fishing. It is close to major outlet malls, upscale shopping, restaurants and golf courses. The Treasure Coast campground has a Certificate of Excellence 2016 from TripAdvisor.
With an impressive list of amenities, the Sunshine Travel RV Resort in Vero Beach is a great place for a full family vacation. The Treasure Coast campground is surrounded by pristine public beaches. It has a clean pool and grassy RV sites.
“This was a nice stop. They have a decent amount of sites for your travel trailer but they fill up fast. It’s conveniently located right off of 95 so a great stop if you need to spend a night or two on your journey.” – Susan, Google review
Fort Pierce/Port St. Lucie KOA is a small campground that is close to several beaches and many good restaurants. It is a few minutes away from the Navy Seal Museum, the Manatee Observation, and Education Center and the Fort Pierce Farmers’ Market. It is a good place to stop for a few days if you are traveling in Florida.
With few amenities, Fort Pierce/Port St. Lucie KOA is an RV park at Treasure Coast and a good place to stop when you are traveling. It is conveniently near stores and restaurants and is just a few minutes from the beach. An excellent seafood restaurant is just across the street.
“Great staff. The manager is wonderful if any problems willing to accommodate and rectify the situation immediately. The owner is wonderful and very pleasant, cares about the park. Wonderful place to stay, love the sound of the trains. Shopping, restaurants within walking distance.” – Valerie, Google review
The Treasure Coast of Florida offers much more than fantastic beaches. With marshes and waterways, it is a haven for waterfowl and other wildlife. You will find several scenic drives throughout Florida, and Treasure Coast is one. The Treasure Coast RV Park & Campground, Road Runner RV Resort, and Sunshine Travel RV Resort offer resort-style amenities for a fun vacation.
Phipps Park Campground, Savannas Recreation Area and Campground, Jonathan Dickinson State Park and Pitchford by the Sea RV Park have no frills, but the natural beauty and wildlife are the main attractions.
PSL Village RV Park is an RV park for people 55+ years old. It is one of the long-term RV parks in Treasure Coast, FL, but it welcomes overnighters and short-term visitors and has a long list of on-site amenities. If you have a boat, Causeway Cove Marina RV Park is your best choice. It gives discounts for boat mooring to RV guests. The Fort Pierce/Port St. Lucie KOA may be your best choice if you just want to stop for the night. Each of the above RV campgrounds in Treasure Coast, FL has something special to offer according to your needs and expectations.
The top 10 campgrounds we selected all show daily, weekly and monthly rates for you. Pricing will vary.
Pricing will vary. The top 10 RV Parks we selected all display daily, weekly and monthly rates for you.
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Yes. The majority of campgrounds we selected in this blog allow pets.