If you’re still trying to put together some last-minute plans for the long holiday weekend head, there’s no better way to celebrate than in the beauty of nature. There’s no shortage of ways to explore Florida’s natural beauty, and camping is a great place to start. So pack your backpack and pitch your tent at one of these Florida campgrounds with availability for Labor Day weekend.

You can use this three-day weekend to unplug from your busy life and slow down in the peace and quiet of nature. And with such a variety of campsites to choose from, you can have your pick of which corner of The Sunshine State you want to admire during your stay.

Head to the coast for some beachy views, or retreat to a lush state park for some forest vibes. You can hide away from the world for a bit and appreciate a side of Florida that travelers might not see too often.

Whether you’re roughing it in a tent or backing in your RV, you’ll want to reserve your spot soon and spend the holiday at these beautiful Florida camping spots.

Anastasia State Park

Price: $28 for tent or RV

Address: 300 Anastasia Park Rd., St. Augustine, FL 

Why You Need To Go: Hike, kayak, sail, or surf by the day, and camp by the seaside at night at this gorgeous state park. 

Big Lagoon State Park

Price: $20 for tent or RV

Address: 12301 Gulf Beach Hwy., Pensacola, FL 

Why You Need To Go: You can hike miles of boardwalk trails and even enjoy panoramic views from the watch tour when you adventure to this state park in The Panhandle. 

Colt Creek State Park

Price: $24 for tent or RV

Address: 16000 SR 471, Lakeland, FL

Why You Need To Go: Enjoy wild and open views of Central Florida and keep an eye out for neighboring wildlife at this expansive state park. 

Falling Waters State Park

Price: $18 for tent or RV

Address: 1130 State Park Rd., Chipley, FL 

Why You Need To Go: This amazing state park holds exotic boardwalk trails that lead to the state's largest waterfall.

Lake Griffin State Park

Price: $18 for tent or RV 

Address: 3089 U.S. Highway 441-27, Fruitland Park, FL 

Why You Need To Go: Explore the marshes by kayak or hike the forests and even witness a 400-year-old oak tree at this state park. 

Little Talbot Island State Park

Price: $24 for tent or RV

Address: 12157 Heckscher Dr., Jacksonville, FL 

Why You Need To Go: This undeveloped barrier island is a gorgeous beach escape with a unique and strange shoreline

Happy weekend adventuring!


Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your trip.

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