Fort Lauderdale Camping Options
With its intricate canal system and expansive waterways, Fort Lauderdale is known as the “Venice of America.” A network of Fort Lauderdale RV resorts and campgrounds give guests premium access to these natural features, as well as a host of other outdoor opportunities, including boating, fishing and swimming. Fort Lauderdale campgrounds and RV resorts, located up and down the coastal town, are also connected to area beaches and parks.
For example, Hugh Taylor Birch State Park is a 180-acre park along the beach that boasts trails, picnic areas and canoeing. A stay at Fort Lauderdale campgrounds makes it easy to get to the park and enjoy a relaxing afternoon with the family. History buffs also appreciate the museums and abundant history of the region, something that has been bringing people back to Fort Lauderdale campgrounds for years.