Florida - A Perfect Motor Home Vacation
Get ready for some eye-opening adventures! From sunny state parks to historic points of interest, Florida is teeming with amenities and activities. In fact, if you were to visit a different Florida state park every day, it would take more than five months to see each one !
If you love the outdoors and enjoy getting your feet wet, Florida is the perfect vacation choice. With an RV from one of our rental stations - located in the major Florida cities - you can travel throughout the state to enjoy the weather and make a splash on the Florida coast.
There are numerous places to enjoy the sand and surf throughout North and South Florida. With a motorhome, you'll maximize your vacation time and enjoy total travel flexibility.
Southwest Florida - Naples
The temperate waters of the Gulf are ideal for parasailing, jet ski, and wave runner expeditions. You can also try your hand at manning a powerboat through the easy-flowing Naples canals to get a peaceful look at the scenic waterways. A distinctly beautiful town, Naples is considered the crown jewel of Southwest Florida.
Northwest Florida - Beaches of South Walton
The perfect destination to get the most out of our Florida RV vacation is at the Beaches of South Walton, a charming area nestled between Panama City and Fort Walton. One of the best places in Northwest Florida for fishing and water sports, the Beaches of South Walton feature many shops for equipment rental, from boogie boards to wave runners.
Southwest Florida - Venice
Venice, Florida draws thousands of visitors to its superb waterfront communities and attractions each year. Much of this can be attributed to its convenient location south of Tampa and to the perfect year-round climate. With swimming, surfing, fishing and boating all at your fingertips, you can always find the perfect way to spend your day in the water.
Best Places to Visit When You Rent an RV in Florida
To get acquainted with Florida’s scenic side, visit its state parks. No park is the same: Some have sun-drenched beaches with sugar-white sand; others are highlighted by wildlife habitats or steeped in history. Yet state park camping won't break your travel budget – entry fees are nominal, and an annual family pass is available for extra savings.
When you rent an RV in Florida, try one of these great destinations:
Some of the world’s best beaches are located in the Panhandle area. Arguably, the South Walton-Destin area has the most family-friendly beaches. Henderson Beach is all about walking the pristine shoreline and sand dunes, while Rocky Bayou State Park is an ideal fishing, canoeing and kayaking destination. RV camping is available at stunning St. Andrews, Three Rivers and Topsail Hill.
The Everglades National Park
Measuring 1.5 million acres, the Everglades National Park is the largest subtropical wilderness in the United States. The guided Shark Valley Tram Tour offers a leisurely way to learn about the park's "River of Grass" and ecology. Boat tours, fishing and hiking are also very popular. The National Park Service offers two drive-up campgrounds in the "frontcountry." The Long Pine Key Campground is first-come, first-serve, while reservations are strongly recommended for the Flamingo Campground.
The Florida Keys
"Wastin’ away" is a way of life in this long, narrow chain of islands. You just might get hooked on the good fishing and peace and quiet. Just grab a fishing pole and see for yourself! Long Key State Park is a destination for South Florida RV rentals, offering some of the best sport fishing in the Keys and a trio of nature trails.
Visit America's Best Amusement Parks in Orlando
Orlando is most popular family attractions within easy reach. A Motor Home lets you experience Disney World, Sea World, Epcot and other Florida destinations with the freedom and flexibility to travel wherever you choose, whenever you want.
Go RV Camping at Disney World - Skip the expensive hotels and stay at a Disney World RV park in a spacious and comfortable motorhome instead.
You'll love the freedom and ease of RV camping at Disney World.
Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground
RV camping at Disney World is easy thanks to Disney's Fort Wilderness, the only campground at Walt Disney World Resort. Enjoy easy access via shuttle - or drive your Cruise America RV - to all Orlando's attractions, including Epcot Center and the Magic Kingdom, as well as water slides and swimming at Disney's Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach.
Tropical Palms FunResort
Only five miles away from Walt Disney World, Tropical Palms FunResort is a full-service RV park with wireless Internet access, a pool and discount tickets to major attractions. Located in Kissimmee, Florida, the campground is walking distance from Old Town Kissimmee, featuring unique shops, restaurants and rides - perfect for a relaxing evening of shopping and dining after an action-packed trip to Disney World.
At Busch Gardens Africa, it's all three and so much more. Located in Tampa, about an hour south of the amusement park madness of Orlando, Busch Gardens Africa feels like a whole new world. Unique amongst all the Florida amusement parks, the park first opened its doors in 1959 as a free attraction next to the Anheuser-Busch Brewery. Today it's got everything: family safari rides on the Serengeti Plain, wild roller coasters full of loops and drop-offs, and even Adventure Island, a 30-acre water park next door. If you go, don't miss SheiKra, Busch Gardens' newest roller coaster. With a 138-foot drop at a 90-degree angle, it's unlike anything you’ve seen at other Florida amusement parks.
With so many destinations for fun in the sun, you may want to travel from city to city to experience everything Florida has to offer - and what better way to travel than with RV rentals Florida hotels, rental cars and other accommodations can get pricey, but with an RV, you'll save money on lodging, food and more.
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