Southeast Florida, known as Florida’s Gold Coast stretches more than 200 miles from Ft. Pierce to Miami containing more than twenty state parks. Some of the towns and cities campers and RV'ers in this region should visit include Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood, Miami Beach, South Beach, Boca Raton, and Palm Beach Florida.
Located on Southeast Florida's Atlantic Coast between West Palm Beach to the north and Fort Lauderdale to the south, Boca Raton displays all the charm and beauty of an affluent Florida. Featuring picturesque Mediterranean Revival architecture visitors and residents alike are enchanted. Visitors enjoy more than 1500 acres of parks, miles of hiking paths and plenty landscaped greenery. Boca Raton is a haven for swimmers, and sun bathers who enjoy its more than four miles of tropical Florida beaches.
Fort Lauderdale, once known as the college spring break capital of the world is now a world class vacation destination with café-lined riverside walkways and Venice like waterways. This city has enjoyed a renaissance making it still popular to those who once came here in their college days but who have settled down a little and enjoy more refined entertainment. Of course there’s still Fort Lauderdale Beach it’s just a little calmer than its party days.
Discover Miami Beach’s heritage as America’s top entertainment destination, famous for Art Deco style architecture to well known nightclubs to designer fashion shops on Lincoln Road and Collins Avenue, Miami beach is where it's happening day and night. Miami Beach is the world’s elite playground, promising 24-hour day entertainment and delivering more than expected; and whether you are an art lover, enjoy fine dining, like to shop till you drop, a socialite or sun worshipper, Miami Beach offers plenty of options.
South Beach is the place to see and to be seen. This area attracts tourists from all over the world. Filled with the coolest nightclubs, fashionable shops and places to be seen restaurants frequented with affluent jet setters, SoBe is Miami’s own attraction.