BayLakeFlorida RV Resort - An Exclusive Florida RV Park
Bay Lake Florida RV Resort is an exclusive gate-guarded Florida RV Park community of 260 premium Class A motorcoach pad and casita sites located in beautiful Central Florida. Nestled along the shores of Lake Mattie’s 1,079 acres of spring fed fresh water is this “Key West Inspired, Nature Refined” Florida RV Park motorcoach resort. This Florida RV Park is close to everything that makes central Florida the vacation capital of the world. The sparkling waters and sandy beaches of either the west or east coast are 65 miles away. BayLakeFloridaRV Resort is 30 minutes from major theme parks and Orlando and Tampa airports.
Central Florida’s mild climate amid the backdrop of beautiful nature makes Bay Lake Florida RV Resort the perfect place to live the true Florida lifestyle in an affordable, Florida RV Park community. Residents may enjoy all types of water sports, including fishing for large mouth bass, bream, speckled perch, red-finned pike, bluegill, and sunshine bass in the pristine waterways of LakeMattie.
One of the two focal points of Bay Lake Florida RV Resort is the 12,000 square foot Bay Lake Yacht Club with its grand ballroom, adjacent pool and spa, fully appointed fitness center, private movie theatre, pool room, card room, library and media center, poolside barbeque and fire pit, and complete laundry facilities.
The refined natural beauty and tranquil waters of LakeMattie provide the second focal point of this world-class resort. Amenities include a private boat ramp with dock, motorized pontoon boating for resident’s use and a full canoe and kayak livery. A trailer/boat storage area and pet run round out the amenities.
A full time rental program is in place to afford you the opportunity to rent your site, when your travel plans take you elsewhere.
Bay Lake Florida RV Resort is the Florida RV Park you’ve dream about! Now is the time to visit and see for yourself the “Key West inspired nature refined” Florida RV Park everyone will want to call home.
Fort De Soto Named America’s Top Beach for 2009 Pristine Area Favorite Lauded as “Portrait of Tranquility” Fort De Soto Park was named America’s Top Beach for the second consecutive year by TripAdvisor, the world's largest online travel community. Citing a “spectacular combination of soft white sand, calm, clear water and a laid-back atmosphere,” the popular online travel network put the park’s North Beach at the top of its annual best-of list, based on TripAdvisor's Popularity Index. This marks the second time in three years the pristine Pinellas County beach has received top honors on an annual “best-of” list. In 2005 Dr. Stephen P. Leatherman, a.k.a. “Dr. Beach,” named Fort De Soto the nation’s #1 Beach .
Beaches are the number one recreational destination for Americans. These sandy playgrounds that line our coasts are the most extensive natural parks in the country.
Fort De Soto Park 3500 Pinellas Bayway S., Tierra Verde, FL 33715 Park Office - (727) 893-9185 Campground Office - (727) 893-9185 Automated Information Message: (727) 582-2267
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Annual County Boat Ramp Permits Permits may be obtained by calling the Parks office or by visiting one of three locations:
Fort De Soto Park 3500 Pinellas Bayway S., Tierra Verde Parks & Recreation Office 12520 125th St. N., Largo Belle Harbor Marina 307 Anclote Road, Tarpon Springs.
The largest park within the Pinellas County Park System, Fort De Soto park consists of 1,136 acres made up of five interconnected islands. First opened on December 21, 1962, when the state toll road named the Pinellas Bayway was completed, this park was dedicated May 11, 1963, in perpetuity as a public park. Annual park attendance averages more than 2.7 million visitors.
Anastasia State Park welcomes hundreds of thousands visitors from all over the world to enjoy our natural and cultural treasures. At Anastasia you can enjoy camping, nature trails, beach time, water sports, and an archaeological site where coquina rock was mined to create the nearby fortress, Castillo de San Marcos National Monument. Anastasia State Park, located just south of historic St. Augustine on Anastasia Island, has 4 miles of pristine beach, a tidal salt marsh, and maritime and upland hammock.
Camping, beachcombing, swimming, fishing, picnicking, windsurfing, hiking, wildlife-viewing, canoeing and kayaking are popular activities. Nature trails meander through the ancient dunes shaded by hammock forest. The full-facility campground is located in a wooded area within easy bicycling or walking distance of the beach.
Island Joe's camp store, rental shop, and grill sells beach sundries, camping and fishing supplies, rents bicycles, beach chairs, ocean toys and umbrellas. Their grill has been voted the second best lunch restaurant by the St. Augustine populace via the St. Augustine Record. They have a great selection of delicious food. Call 904-461-9322 for more information. Anastasia Watersports rents canoes, sailboards, paddleboats, and kayaks. Lessons on various water sports are available. Call 904-460-9111 for more information.
Neighboring Park: Fort Mose Historic State Park--Many visitors to Anastasia do not realize that just a short drive north is Fort Mose Historic State Park. (Anastasia administers Fort Mose, pronounced “Mo-say”.) Fort Mose was the first free black community in the United States. Fort Mose represents an amazing story of human endurance and the drive for freedom. For more information go to: Fort Mose.
Florida Monthly magazine recognized St. George Island State Park as the best beach in Florida and was given honorable mention as second best State Park in their Septembers Best of Florida addition.
The East End Road Stabilization project started October 19, 2009. The East End 4 wheel drive access road will be closed to the public until the project is complete. The contractor has until March 1, 2010 to complete work. Early completion is expected. I will advise when permitted access is available again.
Our Beach Concession closed November 1 and will be closed through the winter. The Beach Concession will reopen in March 2010.
The park has 60 campsites that fill up quickly so be sure to make reservations. Pets are permitted in the campground but are not permitted on the beach or in our facilities. Reservations for camping can be made online at www.reserveamerica.com or by phone 1-800-326-3521, TDD 888-433-0287.
For park updates or other information, please call our office at (850) 927-2111.
Experience Georgia's #1 campground - as rated by Woodall's, located in the heart of state's most popular attraction.
We have 452 wooded campsites-159 with full hook-ups; 246 partial hook-ups with water and electricity (for tents, pop-ups and motor home camping); plus 47 primitive tent sites.
Welcome to Stone Mountain Park
A Family Vacation Destination in Atlanta, Georgia
Located on 3,200 acres of natural beauty, Stone Mountain Park features a wide variety of fun family activities and things to do in the Atlanta, Georgia area. Amazing adventures await as you discover interactive children's attractions. Plus you'll not want to miss dozens of fun annual events such as the Yellow Daisy Festival, Stone Mountain Christmas, or the Indian Festival & Pow Wow. Stone Mountain activities are suitable for all ages:
Trek through the treetops on Sky Hike, the nation's largest adventure course.
Take a skyride to the top of Stone Mountain and get an up-close look at the Stone Mountain Carving.
End your day at the world's largest laser light show featuring a fantastic fireworks finale!
Stone Mountain is open year-round, but attraction hours vary by season. Check our hours of operations and events calendar for schedules on the date(s) of your visit. Buy annual attraction passes online and be sure to check out our special offers and vacation packages.
Welcome to T.H. Stone Memorial St. Joseph Peninsula State Park
With miles of white sugar sand, this park has one of the top rated beaches in the United States. Sunbathing, snorkeling, and swimming are popular activities along the Gulf of Mexico and St. Joseph Bay. From offshore, canoeists and kayakers can take in a superb view of the high dunes and sand pine scrub. Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy camping, fishing, hiking, and bicycling. As a coastal barrier peninsula, St. Joseph provides excellent opportunities for bird watching; over 240 species have been sighted in the park. A boat ramp is located at Eagle Harbor on the bay side. Campers can stay in a full-facility campground, a short walk from the beach, or at primitive campsites in the wilderness preserve. Eight cabins on the bay side offer alternative overnight accommodations.