Florida RV parks and campgrounds
There are many rv parks in Florida but this park is nestled in a 38-acre, natural Florida hammock. We have 452 full hookup sites, with all of the amenities you have come to expect from a full-service campground. This is definitely one of the best Florida rv parks and campgrounds.
We are only 3 miles from the Atlantic Ocean, Indian River or, for the boaters, the Fort Pierce Inlet. So those who enjoy fishing, swimming and boating will be pleased with what this area has to offer.
The Treasure Coast is loaded with local attractions such as: PGA Golf Village, UDT-Seal Museum, Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute and the Smithsonian Mariane Exhibit and many more.
Most of Florida’s major attractions are within an easy 2 hour drive. You can watch a space launch at Cape Canaveral, visit Disney World, Epcot Center or Lion Country Safari. Its prime location makes this lodging one of the most convenient Florida rv parks and campgrounds.
So come for a day or come for a year. We offer short and long term arrangements in one of the best Florida rv parks and campgrounds. You may decide to never leave! Campers with tents are always welcome.
If you don’t have an RV and would like to experience the RV lifestyle, we offer fully furnished villas with all of the amenities. Again, we accommodate all our guests in this one of a kind Florida rv parks and campgrounds.
THE ROADRUNNER RESORT: BETTER THAN A HOTEL
Looking for a relaxing Florida getaway this summer? Why settle for a cramped, cookie-cutter hotel room when there’s a better alternative?
The Roadrunner Travel Resort in Ft. Pierce, Florida, offers 24 spacious villas that feature all the comforts of fine hotel accommodations – and then some! These cozy villas (available in one-bedroom, two-bedroom and suite floor plans) are so much more than a place to stay. Tucked in the lush natural landscape of a Florida hammock, they are a destination unto themselves.
Each beautifully decorated villa features private bedrooms as well as shared living spaces, including full kitchens equipped with dishes and cookware. (On vacation from cooking, too? Not to worry – the Roadrunner Country Café is right on site.)
Step outside the door, and you’re surrounded not with a parking lot, but with the scenic splendor of real Florida. When you’re done sightseeing for the day, you don’t have to stay cooped up in a boring hotel room. Take a leisurely stroll throughout the Roadrunner’s wooded 38-acre site, fish in the lake, even play a round of golf on the resort’s three-hole course (which becomes nine holes with simple tee adjustments). Additional perks just steps from your door include a laundromat, general store and free Wi-Fi on the Roadrunner’s big “front porch.”
Best of all is that you can enjoy these extra comforts and amenities for rates that are comparable to or even less than a standard hotel room. The Roadrunner’s summer specials are designed to let you get away from it all without breaking the bank. Various packages are available by the day, week or for longer-term stays.
The Roadrunner’s location is also ideal. Situated on Florida’s renowned Treasure Coast, it’s just three miles from some of the most pristine beaches the Atlantic Ocean has to offer, with countless uncrowded, unspoiled locales in which to swim, boat and go deep-sea fishing. Area attractions include the U.D.T. Navy Seal Museum, Heathcote Botanical Gardens, the IRSC Hallstrom Planetarium and the historic Sunrise Theatre, to name a few. There’s also an abundance of golf courses nearby, from affordable community courses to top-notch signature links (including three Tom Fazio and Pete Dye-designed courses at the nearby PGA Golf Club in Port St. Lucie, just 12 miles down the road).
The choice is yours: a standard hotel room, or your own personal paradise at the Roadrunner. So what are you waiting for? Visit http://roadrunnertravelresort.com, or http://roadrunnertravelresort.com/Web%20villas/ . Call us to 1-800-833-7108 to learn more, and reserve your space today!