Camping Florida

A Comprehensive Guide To Hundreds Of Campgrounds

Book Description

Florida hosts some six million campers annually, and many of them stay at the state’s public campgrounds and campsites—for reliability, affordability, and their beautiful locations in remote nooks and crannies of the state. Camping Florida is the most comprehensive guide available to the Sunshine State’s public campgrounds and campsites. Nearly exhaustive in scope, this guide covers everything from primitive sites to developed ones; and from youth and group sites to teepees, yurts, and cabins for individuals, friends, and families.

About Sapp, Rick

Rick Sapp has been camping all his life, first in his back yard, then in his father's World War II canvas shelter as a Boy Scout, and now in the latest camping equipment that makes camping easy for any outdoorsperson. An accomplished writer - "Writing for a living is the only thing I have ever wanted to do," he says - Rick Sapp has authored a dozen books and literally hundreds of magazine articles. As always, his subjects are travel, the outdoors, and people who are making the most of their opportunities. He is also the author of Road Biking Florida (FalconGuides), 2008. Rick now lives in Gainesville, Florida.

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