Broward County has very good camping.
Not as convenient to downtown and the beaches as some of the other parks, but all of the facilities are first rate.
Beautifully maintained county park. If you’re staying for any length of time, you might have to move sites, but it’s worth it. Nice shower house and full hookups. When I stayed there, the trees had not yet grown in. The park can get a bit busy on...
The planes including big jets (Southwest 737s, Spirit A319/A320s) pass right overhead at very low altitude (perhaps less than 200 feet), shaking the trailer every 3-10 minutes. The air turbulence scrambles cell as well as tv/radio signals. The...
Yacht haven has a few nightly spots, but most people here are extended-stay residents (I was here during a consulting project.), fulltimers, and seasonal residents. From January through April every site is doubled up and may not be your idea of a...
This small county park is well maintained. Bathrooms and shower houses are rough, but you have full hook ups and shady sites. Popular with snowbirds, the park is usually fully reserved January through March. The campground is adjacent to a...
If you can get a space on the outside of the bottom loop, you'll get a great view of the canyon below and be relatively closed in. There is a steep (10%) decline to get into the canyon and the road winds a fair bit.
Palo Duro is our favorite...
"Good for an overnight stop (but it’s out of the way for that)"
"Come for the fishing (or bring a book)"
"The Campground Host should lose the campaign flag"
"Peaceful, convenient stop on way in/out of Florida"
"The park is an oasis in a desert"
"Clean, serviceable, plenty of road noise (but not a big deal). Double check GPS routes with atlas"
"(Maybe too) Remote but nice in general"
"Nice place to stay in South Florida"
"Nice park very convenient!"
"Under the landing path of FLL Airport’s South Runway"
"Best for extended stays."
"Great small county park"
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