Road Runner Travel Resort

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Camp Type: Tent, Cabin, RV
Dogs Allowed: Yes
Restroom: Flushing
Permit: Not required
Shower: Yes
Wifi: Available
Entrance Fee: $42.40
Campfire: Allowed
Pet Fee: None
Leash Rule: On Leash

The sun-kissed state of Florida is an alluring destination for snow birders wanting to escape the harsh winter and holidaymakers seeking a campground for summer fun.

Road Runner Travel Resort is a 38-acre paradise with first-class amenities including pristine restrooms and showers with various styles of accommodation to meet most people’s stopover or holiday needs. You can bring your pets, but your precious pooch must be on a leash when outside a vehicle. Canine caregivers are also asked to pick up their waste with litter bags provided by the hosts. There is a limit of two pets a site and some breed restrictions. 

If you’re looking to park up your RV, the sites are spacious enough for the bigger motorhomes with a grass pad and mix of native trees and Florida palms for shade. Get connected to electricity (30/50 amp) with water and sewer, plus easy pull-through and back-in choices. You'll find a picnic table and fire ring on each site, and you can stay connected to the internet with hotspots throughout the resort.

Pitch a tent in a space with a tropical island appeal, or opt to stay in a rustic cabin or chic, fully furnished cottage with a  functional kitchen and bathroom. The grounds are expertly manicured with gated security and a mini lake for fishing. Three acres are dedicated to a three-hole golf course, a great opportunity to test your skills, while birdwatchers may be keen to spot the many species making the camp their home. Tennis and basketball courts provide family fun with a catch-and-release pond.

The resort swimming pool allows you to cool off and build an appetite for the Coyote Diner, where delicious snacks and meals are available all day. A camp supermarket is filled with groceries, camping supplies and souvenirs to spoil loved ones back home.

If you want to spend time at the beach, a 15-minute drive gets you to Fort Pierce, where the Atlantic Ocean greets the platinum, sandy shores. If you have a thirst for military history, the Navy UDT-Seal Museum is a fascinating tribute to Navy Seals and their role in keeping America safe. Pine Lands Preserve is an epic journey along three spectacular trails with amazing views of wildlife.

Back at the Roadrunner Travel Resort, you might be intrigued to learn the owners' endearing story of their humble beginnings and how they created this popular, year-round resort.

Wag! does not allow or encourage Pet Care Providers to bring dogs to parks.
Beach, Lake, Easy Incline, Urban
5500 St Lucie Blvd
Fort Pierce, FL 34946
Open Year-Round
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5500 St Lucie Blvd
Fort Pierce, FL 34946
Open Year-Round