What was always a little riddle for us are the RV Parks. For us they are too expensive as their cost range between 50 for a dry site to 90+ for Full hook up.
But what we don't understand is that they are very popular although there are often not more like a parking lot and sometimes they have a few trees.
In our opinion there is then no big difference to stay on a Walmart parking lot (but that is for free).
It seems like a paved ground and full hook up for the air conditioned Luxury homes on wheels is more important than being outside and in the nature. But there is also another camping culture in the U.S., we like a lot the National and State Parks.
The cost range from 10 to 30 for a dry site and 50 to 70 for full hook up.
And the campsites have what we like: a nice shady spot surrounded by trees and bushes, showers, a picnic table and a fire ring to make nice bonfires ;)
And as a bonus they are surrounded by beautiful nature to watch wildlife or you can hike on the trails or rent a kayak to discover a river or a lake.
And Florida's state parks are great. After visiting 31 states and more than 90 days it is soon time to leave the Americas and ship back to Europe.
So we slowed down our travel to organize the shipping and repack everything. Knowing after more than two shippings that it is always a hassle and the hot temperatures it is great to have a cool spring or the ocean just near you.
The best for last? It seems to be true for Florida's Emerald coast - it is really one of the most beautiful beaches we have ever seen with crystal blue water and sand that looks like snow and dolphins jumping out of the water in front of our drone :)