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People love our location between Orange Beach, Alabama and Pensacola, Florida because everything you need for a perfect vacation is within easy reach in this friendly, laid back RV Resort.
Perdido Cove RV Resort & Marina is located on the Intracoastal Waterway, near one of the most peaceful and scenic snow white sand beaches on Florida’s Gulf Coast. Here you can enjoy the white sand beaches and Gulf Islands National Seashore State Park, voted one of the best beaches in the world.* All without the crowds!
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Gulf Islands National Seashore was rated one of the top beaches in the world in 2013 by Trip Advisor Voters!
We LOVE this park! We stayed here over the Christmas Holidays and had a wonderful time. We had plenty to do with social activities going on. Staff was great. Clean gravel & level sites with paved roads. Great for walking in the area. Really good restaurants close by with excellent grocery too. We stayed in a waterfront site which is so nice with views of the dolphins, barges and lots of boating. The bridge is close but we did not even notice any noise at all. Small, sandy beachfront with lounge chairs, games etc. Fishing from marina dock available. Our big rig had no problem getting in/out of site. Would definitely recommend this location for a nice long visit.
-RV Park Reviews, December 2012
“We were surprised to learn how many things there are to do here at this barrier island, Perdido Key, FL. More than 60% of it’s 16 miles is set aside as protected land and off limits to development, making it one of the last remaining unblemished stretches of wilderness in the Florida panhandle. This means opportunities for outdoor fun are plentiful. Aside from boasting some of the purest, whitest sand anywhere in Florida, they also lay claim to some of the best trails and parks around. Naturally, we were excited to do some exploring. The Key is truly off the beaten path, for there were no crowds at any of the places we checked out – even though spring break was still in full force!”
Steve and Mona Liza, from their blog Lowes RV Adventures. March 2012.