Come snorkel, fish and watch entrancing sunsets at Riptide RV Resort in Florida’s Key Largo. Vistas of palm trees and rippling blue waters by day, along with a kaleidoscope of colors in the sky when the sun goes down will make your stay most pleasant.
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White sandy beaches and undersea wonders draw water sports enthusiasts to the Florida Keys like a magnet. Yet the area is also appealing to those looking for a beautiful spot in which to relax. Riptide RV Resort is an ideal vacation destination for anyone.
Lovely scenery and a plethora of water activities await you at Riptide RV Resort. You can swim, fish or snorkel in our private beach, as well as sit by the water and enjoy gorgeous sunsets. Because a special music event is coming up in May, you may want to plan a vacation here at that time
Come to Riptide RV Resort in the beautiful Florida Keys, where you can enjoy fishing, boating and other water sports. When you’re in the mood for an outing, take in one of the delightful concerts or classic movie matinees offered in nearby Islamorada.
As water is so much a part of life in the Florida Keys, it is featured prominently in holiday events. The Lighted Boat Parade and New Year’s Fireworks on Blackwater Sound are beautiful ways for residents of Riptide RV Resort to celebrate.
The wonders of sea life attract divers to Riptide RV Resort every year. During September, the area will offer two special events for visitors who love this sport – the Coral Spawning Night Dives and the REEF Fest.
Riptide RV park is a convenient distance to the Everglades, a mesmerizing area for nature enthusiasts. A visit to this unique locale involves adventures you won’t find in any other part of America.
Our area is fantastic for viewing the underwater wonders and above-water beauties of nature. Two such local attractions are the Molasses Reef and the African Queen.
Florida is a hugely popular spring break destination. People travel from all over the state to experience the many things our beautiful state offers, like Disney World, Universal Studios, Busch Gardens and the Everglades.
Being almost completely surrounded by water, one of the most popular things to do in this great state is diving. Many travelers and locals alike enjoy snorkeling and swimming into the deep blue.