Robert’s Resort is the closest RV park to downtown St. Petersburg, one of the country’s most popular destinations. Guests will find themselves just minutes away from award-winning Florida beaches like Fort de Soto and St. Pete Beach (named TripAdvisor’s #1 beach in the U.S for 2021 and #5 best beach in the world), beautifully designed top golf courses like that of the Seminole Lake Country Club, critically acclaimed centers of art like the Dali Museum, and luscious parks like the Sunken Gardens.
With 361 days of sunshine a year, St. Pete is ideally situated near all major Florida attractions, including the Kennedy Space Center, Walt Disney World, and Busch Gardens. Whether it’s kayaking at Weedon Island, watching baseball at Tropicana Field, hiking on Pinellas trail, indulging in delicious food from highly rated restaurants, or stopping by charming waterfront shops on nearby Beach Drive, there’s a nearby adventure for everyone at Robert’s Resort.
Explore the world’s largest collection of Salvador Dali’s works within a surreal looking building, known as the enigma building. Take a stroll through their tranquil Avant-garden along the waterfront and features an outdoor maze made of tall shrubs.
Whether your preference is dance, family, pop, rock, or theater, come see a spectacular show at the European-style Mahaffey Theater while enjoying the downtown waterfront views of Tampa Bay.
Visit this iconic pink 1920s hotel, frequented by the likes of F. Scott Fitzgerald, and take advantage of their top-class beach, relaxing spa, and luxurious amenities.
Take in the awe-inspiring visual experience of the Chihuly collection featuring sculptures by renowned glass artist Dale Chihuly.
Step into a botanical wonderland at the Sunken Gardens as you wander through lush flora and fauna filled with thousands of tropical plants, beautiful flowers, and refreshing waterfalls.
Stroll through 26 beautiful acres connecting the tranquil Tampa Bay waterfront to bustling downtown St. Petersburg and take advantage of the shops, restaurants, parks, spas, fishing spots, and live entertainment that make this landmark USA Today’s #2 best attraction in the country.
St. Petersburg has the third largest downtown waterfront park in the country.
Camp, canoe, kayak, bike, or lounge throughout these five stunning interconnected islands.
Sail into Tampa Bay and St. Pete’s dazzling Municipal Marina after coasting through the refreshing blue waters of the Gulf of Mexico.
Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned paddler, take part in thrilling water sports or join an unforgettable tour with some of Sweetwater Kayaks’ fun and safe sit-on-top, recreational, fishing, and surf kayaks and paddleboards.
Known for its powdery white sands and stunning sunsets, St. Pete Beach is TripAdvisor’s #1 beach in the U.S. for 2021.
Watch the Tampa Bay Rays play an exciting game at the uniquely designed, historical Tropicana field.
Discover a city landmark with a world class art collection while getting a rare opportunity to view famous pieces by the likes of Claude Monet and Georgia O’Keeffe.
Watch a suspenseful IndyCar series race at one of the most sought-out motorsport events and festivals in the country incorporating streets from downtown St. Petersburg.
Cast a reel, try parasailing and jet-skiing, or watch dolphins at this turn-of-the-century, top-rated Pinella’s county fishing village and tourist attraction.
Play a match or take group lessons on one of the 20 lighted clay courts at the St. Petersburg Tennis Center. Ninety tennis legends, including Chris Everett and Billy Jean King have played here.
Taste delectable seafood, shop at quaint boutiques, cruise on a boat tour, or lay on the lovely white sand at charming Pass-a-Grille beach.
Explore this protected tropical paradise showcasing exotic wildlife and various natural habitats from swamp woodlands to pine flatlands along the shores of Lake Maggiore.
Choose the perfect spot among the four miles of beaches on Treasure Island or take in a beautiful sunset after exploring the spot’s charming beachfront hotels, restaurants, and shops.
Walk, jog, skate, or bike down this 47-mile paved trail while taking in Pinellas County’s breathtaking natural beauty and waterfront views.
Dance on the oak floor at the “finest ballroom in the South.” Located in downtown St. Pete, this multi-use building hosts many entertaining events, including concerts, trade shows, and festivals.
Learn about the history of St. Petersburg by exploring exhibits surrounding the world’s first commercial flight, the largest collection of baseballs, a 3,000-year-old mummy, or museum archive photo collections.
Listen to a classic symphony or concert performed by the talented musicians and conductors at the Florida Orchestra.
Divide your time among the unforgettable rides and shows throughout Magic Kingdom, Hollywood Studios, Epcot, and Animal Kingdom at the world’s most famous theme park.
Enjoy a once in a lifetime opportunity to have personal experiences connecting with and learning about marine life, from snorkeling with fish and rays to swimming with dolphins.
Experience a world class amusement park with thrill rides, safaris, live entertainment, and 12,000 animals before watching brilliantly colorful fireworks at the new Nighttime Spectacular.
Get a feel for the Hollywood experience while sipping on Hogwarts butter beer in Harry Potter World, riding on the backwards coaster to flee Imhotep from Revenge of the Mummy, or hanging out with Gru and his minions in a 3D experience.
See the space shuttle Atlantis up close, travel to the Red Planet, watch a rocket launch, or look at historical spacecraft and memorabilia at this educational NASA visitor center on Merritt Island.
Get inspired by the stunning grounds and over 40,000 works of art at one of country’s finest art museums, located in Sarasota.
Sink your toes into the powdery white sand while you enjoy the warm blue waters at award-winning Siesta Key Beach. Named #1 beach in the U.S. and #11 in the world by the 2020 TripAdvisor.
Located in downtown Sarasota on beautiful Sarasota Bay, these unparalleled botanical gardens are one of the only sanctuaries in the world dedicated to the study of orchids. Relax at this 15-acre sanctuary before catching lunch at nearby Sarasota Pier.
Sightsee, dine, and shop at this continental marketplace founded by circus pioneer John Ringling.
Enjoy a performance, concert, or lecture at this Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation theater on the Sarasota Bay.
Play at top rated courses or watch the PGA Tour’s Valspar Championship at nearby Palm Harbor.
Known for our southern hospitality, our family business has for 60 years been catering to mobile home and RV travelers. We know what makes vacationers happy. We invite you to drive through our lovely community, meet the neighbors and join us!