6 Best RV Parks in Cape San Blas, FL

Sure, hotels are nice, and renting out private lodgings via Airbnb or VRBO can make for a good experience. But if you’re one who likes things their own way and enjoys a bit of adventure and independence with your travels, then nothing quite matches up to RV camping. This is especially true when your destination is someplace like Cape San Blas, FL with its many gorgeous beaches, waterways, parks, and local bars and restaurants with patios. In other words, this is a place to be outside, and RV camping offers the best type of lodging to do just that. Especially when one considers all of the great RV parks in this area! Just take a look at the following snapshot of the best RV parks in Cape San Blas, FL to see just where you’ll want to take your road warrior on your next tour of the Florida Panhandle:

1. Water’s Edge RV Park

8300 County Rd 30A, Port St Joe, FL 32456
(850) 229-8600

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The Water’s Edge RV Park is nestled on a cut of land just a few blocks from the Gulf of Mexico and Indian Lagoon. It’s a quiet place tucked away from more touristed areas and with just sixteen spacious RV spots. Each of the RV lots at Water’s Edge RV Park likewise features all the amenities you need to enjoy a comfortable stay, including 30 and 50-amp electric connections, sewer, water, and complimentary Wi-Fi. They also have a large general store that’s conveniently located at the RV park’s entrance and the popular restaurant and bar of Indian Pass Raw Bar is located just across the street. 

 2. Old Salt RV Park

340 Co Rd 386, Port St Joe, FL 32456
(850) 227-4246

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Old Salt RV Park is located in a beach neighborhood of Port St. Joe. Though, they aren’t technically on the beach itself, guests of Old Salt RV Park can enjoy a short and easy walk to the white sands of Mexico Beach from here. This RV Park features 28 generously sized spaces, each of which offers 20 and 50-amp electric, sewer, and water hook-ups as well as featuring a fire ring and picnic table. We also love Old Salt RV Park for the community spaces they’ve built up, which includes a comfortable outdoor, but roofed pavilion area set beside a gas and charcoal grill. A 24-hour laundry facility and upscale bathhouse further offer home-like amenities for all guests. 

3. Indian Pass Campground 

2817 Indian Pass Rd, Port St Joe, FL 32456
(850) 905-3220

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Indian Pass Campground is located at the easternmost tip of the landmass, Cape San Blas. This is the place you want to book if you want to enjoy waking up to water views at the campground itself. Indian Pass Campground is one of the oldest RV parks in this area and features plenty of shaded spots with older trees and beautiful natural landscaping throughout the park. They boast 7 waterfront sites and 22 interior sites that each have access to electricity and water (no sewer hook-ups, but there is a dump station near the park’s entrance). 

4. Aqua Bay RV Park

2764 Victoria Ave, Port St Joe, FL 32456
(850) 247-3025

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Aqua Bay RV Park is a bustling RV park that’s located just one block from the beautiful St. Joe Bay and one mile from Mexico Beach’s public access point. This RV campground is popular among families with young kids as not only do you get to enjoy easy beach access, but there’s also an onsite playground and community fire pits for families to enjoy. Aqua Bay RV Park also makes traveling easy with their onsite bath and laundry houses and with water, sewer, and power available at every RV site. We only wish that Aqua Bay RV Park had a bit more trees or similar shaded spaces, but as it stands their affordable lots and convenient access to the water make it deserving of a spot on this list of best RV parks in Cape San Blas, FL. 

5. Port Saint Joe RV Resort 

153 Redfish St, Port St Joe, FL 32456
(850) 280-6177

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If you are on the hunt for something a bit more upscale with a bit more amenities, then check in to the Port Saint Joe RV Resort. This is a newer RV park and campground that’s located just outside of Cape San Blas in Port St. Joe. But don’t let that newness deter you as they made sure to really outfit the park before opening their booking. Port Saint Joe RV Resort features its own heated swimming pool, sand volleyball court, dog park, children’s playground laundry facilities, general store, and community pavilion for guests to enjoy and take advantage of.  This RV campground is likewise located within a short walk from the beaches and calm waters of Saint Joseph Bay. In fact, while the RV park itself isn’t on on the beach, you can see the waters from your RV spot. 

6. Presnell’s Bayside Marina & RV Resort

2115 County Rd 30A, Port St Joe, FL 32456
(850) 848-4914

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But maybe you do value being on on the beach. Well, if so, and while it might be a bit pricey, we have to recommend the Presnell’s Bayside Marina & RV Resort for that true on-the-water RVing experience. Presnell’s Bayside Marina & RV Resort is an upscale RV resort that features waterfront spots as well as an adjoining marina where guests can dock their boats. This makes it a must-visit for boaters looking to camp and get some quality Gulf Coast fishing in. Other amenities at this location include a heated swimming pool, volleyball court, corn hole, and fire pits. They even have their own boats, ranging from kayaks to pontoons and fishing skiffs, available for rent. 

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