Brighton RV Resort – Located in the “Fishing Capital of the World”!

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February 1, 2016

Brighton RV Resort

So you want to go fishing during your next RV adventure?

Then, load your rods, reels and tackle into your RV, point the vehicle south, and head to Brighton RV Resort.  Located in the “Fishing Capital of the World,” Brighton RV Resort is a stone’s throw away from every type of fishing imaginable.

Are you a freshwater angler?  Want to catch one of the biggest large-mouth bass in the Southeast?  Brighton RV Resort sits on the peaceful shores of Lake Okeechobee – the center of freshwater fishing in Glades, Okeechobee, Martin, Palm Beach and Hendry counties – so grab your rod and reel.  You can also launch your boat from one of the many boat ramps located around Lake Okeechobee for a day of exploration and hunting down a world-class large-mouth, black crappie, bluegill or catfish.

Do you have the soul of an old salt or an affinity for a deep-sea adventure?  A short drive from Brighton RV Resort takes you to some of the best saltwater sport fishing in all of Florida.  Point your compass east towards Florida’s Treasure Coast or head west to the Gulf Coast, fishing paradise awaits.  The local landscape is peppered with a number of boat ramps and marinas for a chance to catch the bounty of the Atlantic Ocean from your own vessel or with one of Florida’s top fishing captains.  From near-shore fishing on the reefs to bottom-fishing for grouper to hunting down monster marlin, sailfish, dolphinfish and other pelagic species off shore, visitors to Brighton RV Resort will net more than enough filets for the grill.

Looking for the best of both worlds?  A trip from Brighton RV Resort to the Everglades National Park – which includes Biscayne National Park, Big Cypress National Preserve, John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park on Key Largo, Ten Thousand Islands National Wildlife Refuge and Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary – opens up anglers to a fishing experience unlike any other.  Welcome to Florida’s backwater.  Sea trout and redfish and snook!  Oh my!  Your rod will be bending before you know it.  Just beware the alligators and mosquitos.

Are your bags packed yet?  Your rods lined?  Reels oiled?  Tackle sorted and prepped?  What are you waiting for?  Put the “Gone Fishing” sign on your front door, and beat a trail to Brighton RV Resort.  Your next fish tale is already in the making.

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