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The La Mesa RV Port St. Lucie to Miami Road Trip Guide Part I


Ready to take Florida by RV? It’s the perfect time of year to load up your motorhome and head to South Florida where the weather is currently sunny, breezy and at an ideal 85 degrees. If your looking to explore the sunshine state for 6-10 days, this road trip guide is for you.

We’ve included the best of the best, from coffee to beaches and everything between. What are you waiting for? Enjoy our road trip guide from Port St. Lucie to Miami!



First Stop: La Mesa RV Port Saint Lucie 

Come make your way to our indoor, air-conditioned Port St. Lucie showroom that is packed with the nations top RV manufacturers being sold at our everyday low prices. We’ve got a kids corner and are pup friendly so you and your entire family are able to come browse our inventory without leaving anyone behind.

12 A-Buoy: It wouldn’t be a Florida guide without a seafood recommendation. Look no further than this scenic spot with large portions and great prices. The laid back vibe paired with out of this world meal options will have you coming back for more. Try their Homemade Smoked Fish Dip, Bahamian Style Conch Fritters, Steamed Clams and Oyster Po-Boy.




Port St. Lucie Village: This treasure on the coast offers 55 RV sites with 30/50-amp full hook-ups, lakefront nature walks and a designated dog walking area.

Port St. Lucie RV Resort: Features 117 paved sites with patios and a solar-heated pool.

MotorCoach Resort St. Lucie West: Luxury RV park for urban living in an outdoor setting.



Next Stop: Hutchinson Island 

Chuck’s Seafood Restaurant: Known for their “World Famous Fried Shrimp” this tasty spot was established in 1961 and offers scenic waterfront dining. Enjoy the sunset over Indian River Lagoon and don’t forget to try something off the Raw Bar!

South Causeway Park: This park offers clean beaches with salt white sand, a great ocean breeze, grills for cookouts and no waves, so it’s ideal for children to swim. The atmosphere is calm and relaxing and if you get hungry, Chuck’s is within walking distance.

Kimberly Bergalis Memorial Park: Are you a seashell enthusiast? If so, make your way down to this stunning beach that is tucked away from all tourists. The beaches are packed with numerous types of stunning seashells. You may even get lucky and find a sharks tooth!

Bathtub Reef Beach: This beach is ideal for folks with children. There is a natural rock barrier between the ocean and the shore that creates a gentle ‘swimming pool’ area for kids to play without you having to worry about rough Atlantic waves. The beach is stunning and equipped with a pavilion and picnic tables so you can spend the entire day at the beach in comfort.

Square Grouper Tiki Bar: Come enjoy live music, bar food, delicious tropical drinks and a stunning view of Jupiter Inlet. Check the surf cam before you come and bring your board to catch some waves before happy hour!



Next Stop: West Palm Beach

Subculture Coffee: Subculture was established by two local guys who believe in two simple things: the coffee and culture of their city. Grab one of their delicious avocado toasts and hang out in their courtyard in downtown West Palm Beach to take in all the wonderful sights.

CANVAS Outdoor Museum: This unique, outdoor museum champions art in public places. CANVAS works to transform landscapes, sides of buildings and random ally ways into an interactive art experience. Before you go, download the walking tour map to make sure you don’t miss any of the ever changing and completely inspiring murals scattered around West Palm Beach.

Juno Beach Pier: This pier offers 990-feet of saltwater fishing and is the perfect scenic spot to catch a stunning South Florida sunset. Enjoy a relaxed family outing where there’s plenty of parking at this known for being favorite spot for locals.


Juno Ocean Walk RV Resort: This RV resort offers 246 RV sites, has a public dog beach and access to the Juno Beach Pier as well as a heated pool, spa and clubhouse.

West Palm Beach / Lion Country Safari KOA: Open year round, this RV campground offers the unique experience of, “camping next to more than 1,000 animals from all over the world” and even offers their own “African Safari Experience.”

Vacation Inn RV Resort: This luxury RV resort is a gated, 5-star campground located on the Gold Coast. There are over 400 ownership lots and over 32 acres of beautifully landscaped property.


Need more in your quest to explore South Florida? Check out our most recent post A Locals-Only Guide to Port Saint Lucie and let us know where you plan to head to this fall!



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