Florida - Dry Tortugas National Park
0 Campers Found
Glampers Only
Florida - Dry Tortugas National Park
0 Campers Found
There are no campervans or RVs found.
We're working on bringing new campervan rentals to Dry Tortugas National Park soon.

The best campervan rentals in Dry Tortugas National Park, FL

The unique seven island archipelago in Florida is a must-see for eco-tourists who want to experience the beauty of nature up close in a campervan rental. One such attraction on land is Fort Jefferson which was once used as a prison during America’s Civil War.

The remote archipelago is a hidden treasure trove of wildlife, and yet remains one of the least visited national parks in America. The Dry Tortugas National Park and its namesake species are just waiting to be discovered. Year-round, this area offers visitors an opportunity for exploration but late spring or early summer are the best times as bird migrations will put on shows that you won't want to miss!

Is this the most remote and exciting park you’ve ever seen? It may be because there are no cell phone towers or public restrooms on the island. Make sure to bring plenty of snacks for your trip, but don't worry—you won't get hungry during those long hours spent exploring since the food here is ALDOestro- approved (that's what they call their vegetarian cuisine).

Dry Tortugas National Park Fun Facts

Dry Tortugas National Park covers a total area of over 64,000 acres.

Dry Tortugas became a national park on October 26, 1992.

The lowest elevation found in Dry Tortugas is 0 feet at the Gulf of Mexico and the highest elevation found in Dry Tortugas is 10 feet on Loggerhead Key.

Nearby Destinations