At The Dyrt, we share camping tips from our community of campers and campgrounds. With so many campers staying home, we continue to share this info so you can plan future camping trips across the U.S.

Kampgrounds of America is affiliated with over 500 campgrounds across the United States, offering diverse outdoor getaways all over the country. KOA properties are known for providing family-friendly entertainment options. A favorite for all sorts of travelers, KOA campgrounds are full of fun activities, where you can meet other like-minded adventurers during your stay.

KOA Campgrounds in Florida

There are 23 KOA campgrounds in Florida, spanning from Miami and the Keys in the south, to Pensacola and Jacksonville in the north. Located near world-famous beachside getaways and entertainment resorts for people of all ages, Florida’s KOAs cater to travelers all year round. Our all-inclusive guide to KOA campgrounds in Florida provides you with the information you’ll need to plan your next trip. And if you’re in the mood for even more information on all 23 KOA campgrounds in Florida, check out The Dyrt PRO — this premium version of The Dyrt lets you search campgrounds, read reviews, and download maps without cell service or wifi!

KOA Orlando

RV parked beside picnic table at campground in florida.

Image from The Dyrt camper Rick B.

One of Florida’s most popular stops is Orlando, where many people come to enjoy incredible theme parks & entertainment options galore. KOA Orlando is just minutes away from Walt Disney World Resort, Universal Studios, SeaWorld, Legoland, and more. You can spend the day on rides, games, and tours, then return to your temporary home at this impressive KOA. Whether you are in an RV, want to rent a cabin, or pitch a tent, KOA Orlando has options for each!

They have five RV sites, including back-in, pull-through, and deluxe patio sites with full hookups. There are no posted limits on RV or trailer size. You can also enjoy lodging in one of their completely furnished cabins, or enjoy some classic camping in a tent. There are 9 cabins available with different levels of amenities, including bathrooms and plumbing. Restrooms are stationed conveniently around the campground.





No matter where you are sleeping, you can enjoy the pool, hot tub, lounge, and fitness room all year long. Additionally, there is a playground for children and an off-leash Kamp K9™ for dogs. KOA Orlando offers a great experience for every member of the family.

Some other nearby attractions include Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament, a high-energy dinner and show featuring knights, horses, and sword fights. Congo River Golf is a mini-golf course surrounded by waterfalls, caves, and rainforests. Or you can meander through Old Town, which is full of cute options for shopping, dining and more family fun entertainment.

KOA Madeira Beach

For those seeking a more relaxing getaway, KOA Madeira Beach is just steps away from beautiful white beaches, lush bayous, and hiking trails. Enjoy your day soaking up the sun or exploring beautiful nearby nature areas and return to one of KOA Madeira Beach’s deluxe camping sites. Offering RV, cabin, and tent camping, all travelers can enjoy this wonderful getaway.

KOA Madeira Beach has 7 RV sites, including a spacious patio, private back-in, and pull-through RV sites with full hookups. Their 11 deluxe cabins offer a comfortable place to spend your days and nights, including amenities such as private bathrooms, fresh linens, a fully stocked kitchen, and a patio with a grill. For those camping in tents, there are two areas designated for tent camping.

The campground has lots of amenities available to their guests, all year-round. Amenities include an outdoor swimming pool, two hot tubs, a beach volleyball court, shuffleboard courts, and much more. There’s even a dedicated area for your four-legged friends to play in. You can also take part in one of the many events/activities that KOA Madeira Beach offers—including outdoor movies, kayaking, and fishing trips in the summer, or yoga and painting during the winter.

Some other great nearby attractions are the Salvador Dali Museum, a museum housing 2,000 works of art in 20,000-square-feet of gallery space. You can also visit the Sunken Gardens, a 100-year-old garden that features waterfalls, flamingos, and over 50,000 tropical plants. The Florida Aquarium is also nearby, which is home to sharks, penguins, alligators, and much, much more!

Okeechobee KOA

Cranes walking around campground with palm trees and RV in the background.

Image from The Dyrt camper Mary M.

If you are looking for a more tropical vacation, you may enjoy the palm tree-lined Okeechobee KOA. This campground is located near Florida’s largest freshwater lake, Lake Okeechobee. The property features a 9-hole golf course, driving range, and putting green, which makes it great for golfers, boaters, and fishermen alike.

Okeechobee KOA has 7 RV sites, including pull-through, back-in, and full hookups options. Twelve deluxe camping cabins include patios, full bathrooms, kitchens, and great views of the campground. For campers who want to spend the night in a tent, there are 2 designated tent camping areas.

The resort has many amenities, including a full fitness center, tennis court, and 3 pools for kids, families, and adults only. The resort hosts a number of year-round activities as well, including parades, events, and seasonal celebrations.

Nearby, you can hike, bike, or run the Lake Okeechobee Scenic Trail. Or you can rent a boat and spend your day exploring Florida’s largest freshwater lake. Eat and drink at local favorites like the Lunch Box or Shanty Lounge. And if you want to add a little thrill to your trip, you can test your luck at the Seminole Casino in Brighton.

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