Originally Posted by CampingGator
The OP asked for suggestions about RV places from north to central Florida, but most of the ones mentioned here are in south Florida. I hope you can find a place for one month at this late date. Most places book up by fall, and many by the summer. State parks are also difficult to get in to. I love Williston Crossings RV Resort, as was suggested above. Suwannee River Rendezvous is decent, but very rural. Anastasia State Park in St. Augustine is very nice and on the Atlantic Ocean. There are no planned activities there, however. We are Florida residents working full time and get frustrated that we can't find places to camp when our weather is more pleasant in the winter. Good luck with finding a spot!
Where you can find a site available might be the deciding factor and figure on high prices.
I agree with CG, Williston Crossing is very very nice. Its close enough to Gainesville with lots to do. Suwannee River Rendezous is also okay, but might be too rural for some. I'm not sure you can get to a mall in 25 minutes in one piece from there.
I do agree with Decon Blue and bend302, 3 Lakes would be a good choice further south.
I hate to tell you a secret place of mine, but Sunset Isle RV Park and Motel in Cedar Key is one of my all time favorite Florida places, bar none. There is something about Cedar Key that is hard to describe, it might be the community and the people there. I love it. Cedar Key is not in the keys, its a hour or so west of Gainesville on the Gulf of Mexico; the park is on an island just before you get to Cedar Key proper. The recent hurricane blew down lots of the mangroves that used to restrict your view of the bay, but now its clear, or clearer depending on the site. The sites are tight, but its not a problem for me. Sunsets are fabulous.
State parks only allow 2 week stays and you have to move and there is even a restrictive yearly limit. I would try to swing into one of the panhandle state parks, on the way.... Henderson, Topsail Hill, Grayton Beach is three in the Destin area (beautiful white sand beaches) and worth the stop over. There is also a newer resort between Fort Walton and Destin, but not my cup of tea, as they say.