RV Rental Okaloosa, FL

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2019 Heartland Prowler 29LX Instant Book
$120

2019 Heartland Prowler 29LX

9.8 miles from Okaloosa, FLTravel Trailer / Sleeps 8
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2014 Cruiser RV - Enterra 29RBS Instant Book
$125

2014 Cruiser RV - Enterra 29RBS

16.1 miles from Okaloosa, FLTravel Trailer / Sleeps 4
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2017 Thor Freedom Elite 29FE Instant Book
$150

2017 Thor Freedom Elite 29FE

11.6 miles from Okaloosa, FLClass C Motor Home / Sleeps 7
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2012 Keystone Outback BH312
$100

2012 Keystone Outback BH312

27.4 miles from Okaloosa, FLTravel Trailer / Sleeps 10
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2017 Forest River Wolf Pup 16BHS Instant Book
$79

2017 Forest River Wolf Pup 16BHS

69.7 miles from Okaloosa, FLTravel Trailer / Sleeps 5
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2018 Forest river  Salem Instant Book
$85

2018 Forest river Salem

31.7 miles from Okaloosa, FLTravel Trailer / Sleeps 5
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2016 THOR Freedom Elite 29FE Instant Book
$195

2016 THOR Freedom Elite 29FE

70.9 miles from Okaloosa, FLClass C Motor Home / Sleeps 7
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2008 Fiesta Terra 36T
$185

2008 Fiesta Terra 36T

46.7 miles from Okaloosa, FLClass A Motor Home / Sleeps 7
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2013 Keystone Bullet 22RBPR
$75

2013 Keystone Bullet 22RBPR

27.4 miles from Okaloosa, FLTravel Trailer / Sleeps 4
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2018 Hurricane 31z Instant Book
$100

2018 Hurricane 31z

10.4 miles from Okaloosa, FLTravel Trailer / Sleeps 6
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2014 Keystone Outback Instant Book
$105

2014 Keystone Outback

62.0 miles from Okaloosa, FLTravel Trailer / Sleeps 7
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2017 Salem Hemisphere Lite 312QBud
$100

2017 Salem Hemisphere Lite 312QBud

8.9 miles from Okaloosa, FLTravel Trailer / Sleeps 10
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2016 Fleetwood Excursion 36K Instant Book
$300

2016 Fleetwood Excursion 36K

31.8 miles from Okaloosa, FLClass A Motor Home / Sleeps 5
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2015 Coachmen leprechaun Instant Book
$180

2015 Coachmen leprechaun

29.8 miles from Okaloosa, FLClass C Motor Home / Sleeps 7
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2004 Winnebago Journey Instant Book
$180

2004 Winnebago Journey

20.2 miles from Okaloosa, FLClass A Motor Home / Sleeps 5
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2013 Shasta Oasis 26DB Instant Book
$90

2013 Shasta Oasis 26DB

69.8 miles from Okaloosa, FLTravel Trailer / Sleeps 7
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2010 Gulfstream conquest Instant Book
$79

2010 Gulfstream conquest

80.4 miles from Okaloosa, FLTravel Trailer / Sleeps 6
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2016 Forest River 265bh Instant Book
$144

2016 Forest River 265bh

10.9 miles from Okaloosa, FLFifth Wheel / Sleeps 6
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2007 Itasca Ellispe Instant Book
$189

2007 Itasca Ellispe

68.7 miles from Okaloosa, FLClass A Motor Home / Sleeps 4
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2012 KEYSTONE OUTBACK BUNKHOUSE
$120

2012 KEYSTONE OUTBACK BUNKHOUSE

63.6 miles from Okaloosa, FLTravel Trailer / Sleeps 8
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2018 Coachman Freedom Express Instant Book
$93

2018 Coachman Freedom Express

85.5 miles from Okaloosa, FLTravel Trailer / Sleeps 6
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2018 Panama City   WE DELIVER IT !  Available Feb 1st Instant Book
$115

2018 Panama City WE DELIVER IT ! Available Feb 1st

66.7 miles from Okaloosa, FLTravel Trailer / Sleeps 4
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2014 Keystone Montana FL3750
$119

2014 Keystone Montana FL3750

58.0 miles from Okaloosa, FLFifth Wheel / Sleeps 4
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2006 Thor Four Winds Chateau Citation
$140

2006 Thor Four Winds Chateau Citation

11.1 miles from Okaloosa, FLClass C Motor Home / Sleeps 4
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2016 Grand Design Reflections 323 BHS
$145

2016 Grand Design Reflections 323 BHS

28.6 miles from Okaloosa, FLFifth Wheel / Sleeps 6
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2016 Jayco Flight 28H Instant Book
$150

2016 Jayco Flight 28H

17.4 miles from Okaloosa, FLTravel Trailer / Sleeps 6
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Motorhome, Camper and RV Rentals Okaloosa, FL

Okaloosa / Walton, Florida

Located in the Western portion of the Florida Panhandle, Okaloosa and Walton counties in Florida are rural and relatively undeveloped, having less than 230,000 people in total between the two counties. Climate wise, the Florida Panhandle is much more similar to the rest of the Southeast than it is to the rest of Florida. It’s still listed as humid, subtropical, but you’ll see the occasional freeze here, and sometimes even snow flurries, although this is fairly rare. Come explore this beautiful area in an RV rental Okaloosa FL!
 

Popular Tourist Attractions

As a fairly rural area, this region doesn’t boast any major theme parks or attractions, but this is not to say that it is devoid of them, either. Here are a few of the interesting things you can find to see and do in the two counties in an RV rental in Walton, Florida or an RV rental in Okaloosa, FL.

John Beasley Park

If you’re looking for a relaxing beach getaway, then the John Beasley Park, located just outside of Fort Walton Beach might be exactly what you’ve been longing for. The beach is pristine, and you’re just two dunes away from the Gulf of Mexico. Two large pavilions and twelve picnic tables, coupled with abundant parking means you’ll be able to get in and find a spot to enjoy the day with your family and friends without difficulty. Enjoy this beautiful beach in an RV rental in Fort Walton Beach, Florida.

Eldredge Park

This is a small park located at the edge of Garnier’s Bayou that contains picnic facilities and a short, level, easy walking path. There’s no boat ramp, but if you’ve brought your canoe or kayak, you can portage to a launch site along the shore of the park without difficulty, and once you’re in the water, photo opportunities abound.

Fort Walton Mound

A historic site built around 800AD, Fort Walton Mound is archaeological evidence that suggests that this was once a thriving town center and was also the location of the residence of the High Chief for an Indian tribe that once lived in the area. There’s not much to see, since the buildings have long since been destroyed by the forces of time, but you can feel the quiet power and history of the place, making it well worth the stop for photos.

Campgrounds Near Okaloosa & Walton

Given its relatively undeveloped state, it should come as no surprise that camping opportunities abound in the region. Here are two of the more interesting campgrounds you may want to check out when planning your visit here.

Blackwater River State Forest

The state forest is actually home to four different and widely scattered small campgrounds, but all fall under the park’s purview. You’ll want to look specifically around Karick Lake and Hurricane Lake, and campsites here feature electrical hookups, clean restrooms and showers, but not a lot else by way of amenities, perfect for an RVer looking for a quiet and secluded spot for an RV rental in Walton, FL. Hiking and biking trails, plus horseback riding opportunities more than make up for the relative lack of amenities.

Fred Gannon Rocky Bayou State Park

Located not far from the town of Niceville, you’ll find things here similar to the campsites in the Blackwater River State Forest. Water and electrical hookups, clean showers and restrooms, but also an assortment of picnic tables and fire rings, in addition to a laundry facility on site. The fishing and hiking are both fabulous here, and the boat ramp allows for waterborne excursions into the Choctawhatchee Bay and Rocky Bayou, both good daylong outings in their own right. The Fred Gannon Rocky Bayou State Park is a terrific choice for an RV rental in Okaloosa, Florida, as it is just about 30 minutes away from Okaloosa.

Events

Here are a couple of examples of the types of annual festivals and events you can find in the region and where you can hang out in an  

Boggy Bayou Mullet Festival

Celebrated in the town of Niceville, every third Friday in October, the Boggy Bayou Mullet Festival is a weekend of music and food, with a variety of rides, arts and crafts playing supporting roles. As the name suggests, the highlight of this festival is the Mullet. It should come as no surprise however, that people sporting the haircut bearing the same name are commonly found in Niceville during the festival weekend. If you’ve been longing to show off your Tennessee Top hat, then keep the third weekend in October open and start making plans now. Come in an RV rental from Fort Walton Beach, which is only about 20 minutes away.

Billy Bowlegs Pirate Festival

Celebrated in Fort Walton Beach on Labor Day weekend, the Billy Bowlegs Pirate Festival was named after an infamous pirate, William Augustus Bowles. The ski show, music and food fest has more of a Mardi Gras flair than a historical focus. The festival is both interesting and colorful, and really gives you a taste of the local color of the area. It is a well-attended and fun celebration, which has been taking place since the 1950’s. Come in your RV rental in Ft. Walton Beach, FL during this weekend and have lots of fun!
 
Even though this region of Florida is somewhat sparsely populated and underdeveloped, it can still serve as a fascinating beacon for the right kind of vacationer. What it lacks in the typical charm of your usual vacation destination, it makes up for in local color, flair, and little hidden gems scattered throughout the region.
 
Safe travels from all of us here at RVshare in your RV rental Okaloosa County!