Heading down to Florida on the ultimate RV road trip? We’ve got the place for you! In the past couple of years, many travelers have taken to the adventure of RV-ing to St. Lucie and our area has continues to develop amazing and unique places to stay that while make your vacation worthwhile.
Unique Places to Stay
When you book through Harvest Hosts, visitors can stay on property of a beautiful winery & vineyard. Enjoy relaxing on the grounds at Summer Crush, wine tasting and exciting events on property each weekend.
Camp out in the Florida Savannas where you can be close with nature and get away for some peace & quiet. Covering 550 acres, the Savannas provides access to pine flatwoods, wet prairie, marsh, lake, and scrub habitats for exploring.
Stay minutes away from the action in St. Lucie West! Walk or golf-cart to Clover Park and catch a baseball game or drive over to a huge selection of restaurants and shopping.
Stay at this brand-new property in Fort Pierce, located just down through road from i95 & the turnpike. Enjoy amenities on site such as the pool, gift shop, fishing & more.
Stop in for a relaxing stay at the Port St. Lucie RV Resort located just off US 1 with local restaurants and shops a short drive away.
While many visitors already know that Port St. Lucie’s McCarty Ranch Preserve is excellent for enjoying nature, many don’t know about their RV sites. Stay at this beautiful preserve as also enjoy activities like canoeing, biking and horseback riding.
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