Floridians who love the great outdoors have faced hurdles in accessing overnight accommodations in state parks, especially in sought-after destinations with springs, on the coast or in the Florida Keys.
In a state bombarded by 137 million visitors last year, according to Visit Florida, it can be hard to come by reservations for campgrounds even months in advance. A new piece of legislation aims to address that problem, prioritizing Florida residents seeking access to overnight stays in 57 parks, 52 of which have amenities for RV campers.
Gov. Ron DeSantis signed House Bill 109 into law earlier this month, allowing
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