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Florida glamping:
What you need to know

Why Choose Glamping in Florida?

Home to world-famous beaches, theme parks, and year-round sun, Florida is a diverse vacation destination with a host of unforgettable experiences. 

Get up close and personal with an alligator, discover a hidden, underwater paradise, and ride horseback across white sand beaches in Florida. This provides the perfect place to enjoy all that the outdoors has to offer. 

There are also some excellent cities to explore in Florida such as Miami, Orlando, and Tampa. Whether you’re seeking an adventure trip with the whole family or would prefer to wander bustling hubs, you will find it all here.

Top Things to Do in Florida

With over 200 days of sun a year, Florida’s subtropical climate is ideal for outdoor recreation. Beaches, bays, inlets, islands, and estuaries all provide the perfect places for swimming, surfing, glamping, hiking, fishing, and more! 

There are 500 miles between Northwest Florida and the Florida Keys with a range of landscapes and ecosystems in between. From the Apalachicola National Forest to the Gulf Coast islands like Captiva, all the way down to the Everglades National Park, there are plenty of places to explore here. 

Before you get to the Florida Keys, be sure to spend some time exploring Everglades National Park. Here is the only place on Earth where both freshwater alligators and saltwater crocodiles coexist. Beginning with the Kissimmee River as it leaves Orlando and heads south, the Everglades are an expanse of wetlands, best scoured from an airboat. You can also choose to rent a kayak and paddle through the park’s waterways, spotting manatees, alligators, and tropical birds as you go.

If you prefer a different perspective of the coast, swap your kayak for some scuba or snorkel gear. The reefs around the Florida Keys are the best places to explore. Looe Key National Marine Sanctuary, just off Big Pine Key, has amazing coral and marine wildlife, like eels, barracuda, and angelfish. Head to the Crystal River, inland in Citrus County, where you can snorkel with manatees (between November and April). 

With so much to see and do in Florida, it comes as no surprise that so many tourists go here for a jam-packed getaway. Be sure to spend some time researching all of the different activities for your stay, as you may find yourself needing more time just to experience them all! 

When is the Best Time to Visit Florida?

Florida is a year-round vacation destination because of its great weather. It has a subtropical climate, with winters rarely dropping below 48/50°F. 

Summer can be quite hot, with normal daily temperatures in the 90s F. Florida is also a very popular spring break destination and sees an influx of visitors from March to April. 

It’s important to note that hurricane season in Florida is from June through November. This will be something to bear in mind when planning your next glamping getaway here.

Can you go glamping in Florida on the beach?

Florida is home to some stunning beach houses, meaning that you can stay right on the sandy shores while glamping here. This provides the perfect location to spend your days by the sea with the whole family, alongside a great opportunity to make the most of the coastal vistas from your accommodation.

Where is the best glamping in Florida?

There are so many incredible glamping places in Florida, it is hard to narrow it down to one. Some fantastic spots to help get you started include Marathon, Sanibel, and Sarasota. However, there are much more worth checking out for your next break.

Can you glamp in central Florida?

There are plenty of glamping accommodations throughout Florida, with some excellent options providing central locations. This is a great way to explore your surroundings, all whilst making the most of the outdoors during your trip.