Moon Florida Camping

The Complete Guide to Tent and RV Camping

Fourth Edition, August 2007
Pages: 630

Price: $22.95 USD
ISBN: 9781566918251

Florida resident and avid camper, Marilyn Moore, knows the best places to pitch a tent in Florida from accessible beachfront sites to island retreats. Moon Florida Camping guides both seasoned campers and first-timers to the best campsites, hiking trails, and fishing spots throughout the state of Florida. This edition includes up-to-date post hurricane coverage of camping areas. Moore includes unique lists of “Bests” like Best for Biking, Best for Families, Best for Natural Springs, and Most Unusual. Complete with easy-to-use regional maps, descriptive keynotes for every geographical region, and facility and fee information, Moon Florida Camping provides campers with first-rate expert advice and all the necessary tools to head outdoors.

What’s inside Moon Florida Camping

Enjoy the very best of Florida Camping with these itineraries:
    • Best Beachfront Campgrounds
    • Best for Biking
    • Best for Families
    • Best Island Retreats
    • Best Natural Springs
    • Most Luxurious
    • Most Unusual
Discover the best camping spots in:
    • Pensacola
    • Panama City
    • Tallahassee
    • Gainesville
    • Jacksonville
    • St. Augustine
    • Ocala
    • Daytona
    • Lakeland and Sebring
    • Orlando
    • Space Coast
    • St. Petersburg
    • Sarasota and Bradenton
    • Lake Okeechobee
    • Tampa
    • Fort Myers and Naples
    • Gold Coast
    • The Everglades
    • Florida Keys
    • Treasure Coast

Marilyn Moore has been camping in both tents and RVs since her teens. She is the author of Moon Florida RV Camping, and is widely considered to be the expert source on RV and tent camping in Florida. While researching these books, she and her children, TJ and Andrea, crisscrossed the state numerous times, wearing out the axle on their Scamp trailer and the transmission on two different towing vehicles.

Marilyn is also an avid bicyclist who has circumnavigated Lake Okeechobee atop the levee and ridden hundreds of miles on trails and gravel roads in the Big Cypress Preserve and the Everglades.

A former newspaper reporter and editor, Marilyn works at Miami-based Latin Trade, the leading publication for international executives doing business in Latin America. She is fluent in Spanish, having grown up in Mexico City, and speaks just enough French, Portuguese, and German to get by. When she retires from her day job, she plans to become a campground host and full-time camper.