From the bloggers at Roadtreking.
We RVers may wander far and wide but it’s true for most of us that we end up with some favorite “go-to” places – places that draw us back again and again. Montana is one such place for us. So is Wyoming. Michigan’s Upper Peninsula is on that list. And so is that spectacular stretch of Florida Panhandle shoreline known as the Emerald Coast.
Stretching from Panama Beach to the east and going all the way to the Alabama border (and beyond) this is an area of contrasts. There are more upscale shopping centers, fine restaurants and busy little chic boutiques along the main east-west route of US 98 than you will find just about anywhere else.
In this post, I want to talk about the three state parks you can camp along the Emerald Coast. In a follow up post, I’ll tell you about a couple of our favorite private campgrounds.
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