West Volusia LOVES Camping!

Right now, we could all use a break to get away and experience West Volusia County. We’ve put together some ideas to help you explore the variety of experiences and attractions you’ll find in West Volusia County. Whether you have a day to spend or a week to relax, you’ll run out of time long before you run out of things to do.

Our Favorite Campsites

From RV Resorts and Marinas to State Parks and more, West Volusia has somewhere for your inner adventurer to rest their head.
Parramore’s Family Resort

A tranquil spot where you can observe the wildlife, try your hand at fishing, enjoy the Ocala National Forest with it’s many natural springs.

Riviera Resort & Marina

Enjoy the misty morning sunrises and serene sunsets with mixtures of vibrant red, gold and orange. One of the best things about this park is the family atmosphere.

Orange City RV Resort

You’ll be right at home in this quiet, charming resort that’s secluded from the rest of the world

St. Johns River Campground

Enjoy camping in one of the shady camp sites located just 1/4 mile from the beautiful St. Johns River which features some of the best bass fishing in West Volusia County!

Highbanks Marina

Beautiful 25-acre wooded RV campground along 2,300 feet of the St. Johns River. A ‘Camelot on the River’ offering many amenities.

St. John’s Marina & DeLand KOA

St. John’s Marina & Resort is a picturesque 20 acre property located on the St. Johns River. The resort has a full service marina, boat storage, boat rentals, a KOA campgournd, RV service, canoe and kayak rentals, a restaurant and rooftop tiki bar.

Pine Island Campground

Great fishing and beautiful sunsets. RV sites and RV rentals. Activities such as swimming, canoeing, and hiking are nearby at Ocala National Forest, Lake George State Forest, DeLeon Springs State Park, Lake Woodruff National Wildlife Refuge.

Luna Sands Resort

This relaxing, shady spot offers you a wonderful break from a day of fun in the Florida sun with mature oaks, native palms, and tall pines.

Highland Park Fish Camp

Highland Park Fish Camp is an authentic “Old Florida” fish camp located on the Norris Dead River, a portion of the St. Johns River that is neatly situated on the boundaries of Lake Woodruff National Wildlife Refuge, a 23,000 acre preserve that has been left untouched by development. It is a nature lover’s paradise. Highland Park Fish Camp offers boat rentals, boat ramp, bait and tackle, fishing guides, fuel and covered wet and dry boat storage. The campground offers RV sites, tent camping sites and modern cedar cabins.

State and County Parks

Blue Spring State Park

The largest spring on the St. Johns River, Blue Spring, is a designated Manatee Refuge and the winter home (November – March) to a growing population of West Indian Manatees.

The park features seasonal swimming, tubing, canoe and kayak rentals, narrated river cruises, Segway tours, a walking trail, snack bar, picnic pavilions, outdoor grills, camping, and cabins.

Hontoon Island State Park

Evidence of Native American habitation over thousands of years as well as abundant wildlife can be witnessed on this island located on the St. Johns River. Accessible by free passenger ferry or private boat only. Hiking and biking trails meander around Indian shell middens. Picnic areas, playground, gas grills, restrooms, canoe and kayak rentals, primitive camping and overnight boat slip rentals.

Gemini Springs Park

Gemini Springs is a 210-acre park with a 3/4 mile nature trail, bike trails, equestrian trails, a fishing dock, picnic pavilions, a playground, dog park, and primitive tent camping. Each campsite is equipped with a fire ring, picnic table, lantern-hook pole, grill and groomed sand. All are in proximity of restrooms.

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For more information about West Volusia and all of the other attractions we have available, be sure to check out the rest of our website!