3 Reasons to RV Camp at the Forgotten Coast This Fall
By Forgotten Coast Web Team | September 4, 2020
Are you feeling uncertain about traveling these days? RV camping in the Forgotten Coast might be the answer. A trip to Franklin County entails a leisurely, beautiful drive, various praiseworthy choices of places to camp, and cooler temperatures to boot. And, all the while, you will be able to maintain a controlled environment with the comforts of home.
If you’ve never visited Franklin County, you are in for a treat. The Forgotten Coast has been called “Old Florida at its Finest.” With quiet beaches, wooded trails, and scenic water views, there is no shortage of charm or outdoor activities here.
Here’s why you should give fall camping in Franklin county a try:
#1: Mild weather
For many, fall in Franklin county is the Best season. Most fall (and winter) days are plenty warm enough for outdoor activities, and the evenings cool enough to require a fleece or sweatshirt. Clear skies rule the forecast, and the humidity is lower than the steamy summer. You can enjoy everything outside this fall without the cold weather gear!
Franklin County has beautiful campgrounds ranging from traditional to resort-style. You won’t have to go far from your “RV home” to enjoy the best of the Forgotten Coast. Our five private campgrounds embrace Gulf views and Gulf breezes while accommodating your furry pet friends. And many feature docks, boat slips, pools, beach paths, and substantial amenities.
#3: Outdoor Activities
Franklin County is a paradise for wildlife and nature enthusiasts. From black bears and bald eagles to dolphins and sea turtles, the area is bubbling over with unique wildlife, including the monarch butterfly migration each fall. You can’t help but get excited about boating, fishing, swimming, eco-tours, and kayaking opportunities.
You won’t regret a trip to the Forgotten Coast this fall! Click here to learn more about all of our camping options.