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Endless sunshine, crystal-clear coastal waters, and some of the best family-friendly attractions in the US make Florida a must for your next RV adventure. Nicknamed the Sunshine State, Florida receives an average of 237 days of sunshine per year, making it ideal for vacations year-round. And with around 825 miles of beaches, you're sure to find a secluded spot to soak up the sun. Accessing the seaside is a breeze regardless of your destination, as you'll never be further than 60 miles away from the coastline during your stay.
But Florida isn't all about sun, sea, and sand. Florida is also the theme-park capital of the world, home to seven of the top 10 most-visited amusement parks in the country. Campers looking to make their next family vacation magical will want to stop off at Disney World Resort, the most popular theme park on the planet.
Heading to South Florida? Experience Miami's unique Latin American culture, road-trip down the stunning Florida Keys, or take an airboat ride across the Everglades. The Sunshine State offers adventure seekers unlimited opportunities for fun and excitement.
The best time to plan an RV rental in Florida is in the spring, when the weather is warming up, tourist hotspots are less crowded, and the infamous hurricane season is still months away. Many of the state's best events also take place during spring, including SunFest, the Sarasota Jazz Festival, and the International Fringe Theater Festival. Make lasting memories with your loved ones and discover some of the best beaches in the US with a camper rental in Florida.
Whether you're road-tripping with your family or just fancy spending a few days lazing on pristine beaches, Florida motorhome rentals are suitable for every type of traveler. Driving across Florida is also super simple — with I-95 and I-75 covering the entire length of the state on the east and west coasts respectively. You won't have to navigate confusing country roads to get around.
No road trip in Florida is complete with spending a day or two at Walt Disney World Resort. America's premier theme park, Disney World gives campers of all ages the chance to meet iconic cartoon characters, ride adrenaline-fuelled coasters, and experience spectacular shows. Disney World is also RV-friendly, with the Fort Wilderness Resort providing modern full hookup sites within 5 miles of the Magic Kingdom. As well as Disney World, Orlando is home to many other thrilling attractions, like Universal Studios and SeaWorld, in case you fancy visiting several of America's top amusement parks in one go.
Miami is one of the most vibrant cities in the Southeast and is among the country's most popular vacation destinations. If you plan on visiting, cruise down Ocean Drive and admire the Art Deco architecture. Or, take a tour of the picture-perfect Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, once owned by renowned businessman John Deering. You'll find several highly-rated campgrounds in and around the Miami metro area, and you can always escape to the Everglades if you have trouble sleeping near the bright lights of the city.
If you're staying in Miami, consider taking a road trip in the Florida Keys. The journey from downtown Miami to Key West spans 160 miles of some of the country's best coastal scenery. During your road trip, swing by the Ernest Hemingway House and Museum to learn about one of America's most influential authors. Looking for somewhere to stay along the way? You'll find well-equipped campgrounds like the Sunshine Key RV Resort and Boyd's Key West Campground, where you can park up along the Keys.
There are few better places to get outdoors than the Sunshine State. With sundrenched barrier islands overlooking the Gulf of Mexico, subtropical swamps in the Everglades, and a fascinating array of flora and fauna throughout the state, Florida offers adventures you won't find anywhere else.
If you're looking to step off the beaten track and discover the best of Florida's wilderness, spend a few days at the Everglades National Park. The biggest subtropical wilderness in the country, the Everglades encompasses over 1.5 million acres of lush wetlands, forests, and marshes. One unique way of seeing the Everglades is on an airboat. Glide across the region's swamps while keeping an eye out for elusive critters like manatees, alligators, and Florida panthers. Despite the vast area it covers, Everglades National Park is less than an hour from downtown Miami and some of the best RV campgrounds in Florida — perfect for those looking to mix the big city with the great outdoors.
Campers searching for an epic wilderness adventure closer to Tampa and Orlando should check out the Kissimmee Prairie Preserve State Park. One of the few remaining dry prairie ecosystems in the state, this park is superb for hiking and birdwatching, with rare species like grasshopper sparrows, swallow-tailed kites, and burrowing owls frequenting the area. Kissimmee Prairie Preserve State Park is also one of the only parks in the state recognized by the International Dark-Sky Association, making it ideal for a night of stargazing from your campervan.
Alternatively, head north towards Jacksonville and escape civilization at Ocala National Forest. The second-largest national forest in the US, Ocala National Forest boasts over 600 rivers and lakes making it ideal for water sports, including kayaking, swimming, and even snorkeling. Ocala National Forest is also excellent for RVers, with several year-round campgrounds within two hours of major cities like Orlando, Jacksonville, and Tampa.
But what about Florida's iconic beaches? Anybody planning an RV rental along the Florida Panhandle should swing by the beaches at Henderson Beach State Park near Destin. Or, take a short detour from Tampa to Sarasota and check out Siesta Key. These beaches are renowned for their dazzling white sand made primarily from Appalachian quartz. Miami's South Beach is also great for campers looking to catch some rays during the day and party through the night.