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Escape to a Winter Wonderland with Miami RV Rentals

The end of summer doesn’t mean the camping season is over. Miami RV Rentals allow you to experience the fun of camping with the comforts of home. Escape to a winter wonderland for a memorable family experience this year.

Winter RV Camping

RV Rentals allow you to camp year-round, but if you’re seeking snowy locations to experience with your family and friends, winter-friendly campgrounds are best. Amenities like full-hookup campsites, hot tubs, hot showers, indoor laundry, game rooms and more make your winter vacation enjoyable for everyone.

Here are a few family-friendly RV campgrounds that let you experience those cold months in the best way possible!

Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Florida

With Miami RV Rentals, you can stay close to home by visiting the Magic Kingdom. Small crowds and full hookup campsites with easy access to the theme park make this an excellent choice for your family. You can even see Disney’s nightly fireworks from the campground.

Hocking Hills State Park Campground in Logan, Ohio

Check out the frozen waterfalls or enjoy a snowy hike to the caves. This destination has electric sites with a game room and a playground to keep your children busy and entertained.

Dakota Ridge RV Park in Golden, Colorado

Enjoy the Rocky Mountains in this campground with full-service sites that include a library with books and games, a fitness center and a billiards room.

Zion River Resort in Virgin, Utah

This park includes a game room, social hall and spa, as well as an off-leash dog area for your furry family members.

Hot Springs National Park KOA in Hot Springs, Arkansas

If you want a warmer winter holiday, Hot Springs National Park KOA offers full hookup sites. Besides the hot springs, the campground also has billiards, an arcade room, a pet playground, hiking trails and laundry facilities.

Contact Camp USA at (954) 520-0075 to reserve RV Rentals in Miami, or fill out the online contact form for more information.

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How to Find the Right Fort Lauderdale RV Consignment Company

Did you know that your motorhome could earn you monthly revenue? If you’re like most people, you don’t use your RV all 12 months out of the year. So instead of putting your RV in storage for the winter, why not rent it to those who are looking to vacation throughout those months? If you’re considering renting out your vehicle, you don’t have to manage the process alone. Consignment programs are designed to help RV owners rent their vehicles, and eliminate the hassle and guesswork of doing it on your own.

To find a quality Fort Lauderdale RV Consignment program, ask these three questions:

What Does the Rental Agent Provide?

When you enter into a consignment agreement, there are many benefits. A trustworthy RV consignment company performs background checks on all potential renters, inspects and charges renters for any damages and maintains the RV when in its hands.

A good consignment agency should also provide:

  • Bedsheets, towels and other linens
  • Kitchen utensils, grills and other appliances
  • Exterior and interior cleaning

Also, you should expect the Fort Lauderdale RV Consignment program to handle the marketing. This takes a lot of the stress off renting out your RV on your own.

Is the Rental Agent Transparent?

Transparency matters when you put your coach in another company’s hands. The company should be clear about fees and how they split the revenue. Camp USA’s consignment agreement splits the rental revenue 50/50 with the owner, while additional services ordered by the renter, that Camp USA provides, are not split. Items such as grills, cleaning charges and delivery charges are solely the revenue of the company.

To find the right Fort Lauderdale RV Consignment program, be willing to ask the right questions. Find out what benefits the company offers, and whether the company has a reputation worth trusting. Camp USA has been in the business of RV Consignment in Fort Lauderdale since 1999! It has some of the best cared for coaches on the market. If you own an RV that’s 5 years old or newer, contact Camp USA at (954) 520-0075 or fill out the online contact form for more information. We’d love to have you join our fleet!

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How to Experience a Scenic Autumn Trip in South Florida Motorhome Rentals

If you are native to Florida, you know that the state isn’t known for its changing seasons. But this doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy the changing autumn leaves or crisp weather. In Florida, the best time for fall travel is in the early weeks of November. Look for Motorhome Rentals in South Florida at Camp USA in Pompano, then plan a trip to any of these scenic parks for the best camping and fall sight-seeing.

Torreya State Park

Torreya State Park also has campground amenities and RV spaces. The park opens all year round and you can reserve a space anytime after opening at 8:00 a.m. This is by far one of the most famous places in all of Florida to see the fall colors. The park is on the edge of the Appalachians, with an altitude high enough that you can see the change of colors from green to yellow and orange.

Three Rivers State Park

Three Rivers State Park provides you with opportunities for several recreational activities. Take advantage of hiking, biking, canoeing and even bird watching. If you’re interested in the Florida birding trail, Three Rivers State Park is a part of it! Not only can you experience the beauty of autumn nature, but the park has spaces for your South Florida Motorhome Rentals.

Lake City

If you love the outdoors, then this North Florida location is a perfect stop. The city is home to beautiful, natural springs. During your visit, you can also travel to O’Leno State Park, about half an hour from the city. There, you can enjoy hiking, biking and other recreational activities on the park’s trails. On the bank of the Santa Fe River, you will experience swamps and sandhills. Through the rural areas of Lake City, you’re sure to spot autumn foliage.

South Florida Motorhome Rentals from Camp USA can provide you with the necessary equipment to hit the road and experience the beautiful fall colors near home in Florida or beyond. Contact Camp USA at (954)-520-0075 or fill out the online contact form to receive more information about our South Florida motorhome rentals and start planning a great fall adventure!

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Experience the Colorful Southeast this Fall in Miami Motorhome Rentals

You are ready to head out for an adventure, and there’s no better time than when you can take in the brilliant, beautiful colors of fall. Get out of the house and on the road to a lovely travel experience with Miami motorhome rentals.

There are many destinations in the southeast United States where you can enjoy all the beauty that autumn offers. Fall colors in this region peak around mid-October through the beginning of November.

Florida

Escape the heat and humidity with motorhome rentals in Miami. Drive along the Gulf Coast this fall and feel the delicious ocean breeze.

Georgia

There are many scenic mountain trails in the northern part of Georgia. Keep in mind that trees in the higher elevations may peak earlier.

South Carolina

Warm fall weather typically causes this state to peak later in the season. The marsh grasses of South Carolina also change color in the fall, which creates beautiful sights along your route.

North Carolina

The most vibrant fall leaves occur here in the western Blue Ridge Mountains. The state’s varied elevation makes it easier to get on the road without missing the peak colors.

Virginia

Bright red oaks, golden ash trees and deep purple dogwoods make Virginia a fantastic place to experience the season.

Alabama

See the best of autumn on the Circle of Colors Trail, a scenic drive across the state.

Mississippi

The scenery along the Natchez Trace Parkway is a great way to enjoy an autumn RV trip.

Arkansas

Scenic Byway 7 in Arkansas goes through four geographic regions, giving you access to several can’t miss spots along the way.

Tennessee

The diversity of trees in this state makes it one of the most amazing places to see fall foliage.

Kentucky

Fall colors show up first in the eastern, mountainous regions. Later on, the Woodlands Trace National Scenic Byway is perfect for an October road trip.

If you know where to look, nature’s changing colors is a reward that is well worth the drive. Contact Camp USA at (954) 520-0075 or fill out the online contact form for more information to get started with choosing Miami motorhome rentals for your scenic and colorful fall road trip.

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No-Hassle Florida RV Consignment at Camp USA

Do you own an RV that sits in storage a good part of the year? It’s time to take it out of storage and start earning some extra cash. Your RV can work for you when you become part of the Florida RV consignment program at Camp USA!

Camp USA Florida RV Consignment Program

When you put participate in our RV consignment program in Florida, Camp USA will make your experience hassle-free and convenient. Your investment will be minimal and will likely include standard expenses you already incur from ownership of your RV, yet help you save on others such as storage fees.

You provide for maintenance expenses, commercial insurance and Coach Guard membership, and Camp USA will handle the marketing, reservations, providing linens and cleaning the RV from the inside out after ever rental.

Camp USA Rules for Renters

When your RV is rented out in the Camp USA Florida RV consignment program, you can be sure it comes back to you just the way it left. Camp USA has a no smoking policy and requires a security deposit from each renter to cover any damages that may occur.

Owner Rights and Reimbursements

As the owner of the RV, you have the right to schedule your own time with your RV, though Camp USA asks that you not schedule during high-demand holidays. These busy times are the best opportunity for earning rental income.

The owner of the RV and Camp USA split all base rentals 50/50. Each month, the owner will receive payment as well as a detailed accounting of every rental that took place during the previous month.

There is so much to gain from renting your RV out with a Florida RV consignment company, including having extra cash to cover the expenses related to owning an RV. To learn more about offering your RV to travelers who are looking to experience RV life on the road, contact Camp USA at (954) 520-0075 or fill out the online contact form for more information.

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Fort Lauderdale RV Rentals Lead to Fun in St. Augustine, Florida

Half a century ago, Ponce de Leon thought he had found the fountain of youth. Today the spot he discovered is called St. Augustine, Florida and the fun never gets old. Fort Lauderdale RV rentals ensure that families, nature lovers and history buffs can all find something to enjoy.

RV Accommodations

Travel in comfort and style by renting a luxury RV. Traveling by recreational vehicle offers the convenience of an onboard kitchen, bedroom and restroom. Self-contained motorhomes are easy to drive and highly maneuverable, for safe, stress-free travel. RV rentals in Fort Lauderdale include luxury diesel, class A gas and the popular class C options.

Camp at a state park or private campground around St. Augustine. Favorites include North Beach Camp Resort and the conveniently located Compass RV Park. South of town, stay at the riverside Faver-Dykes State Park.

Natural Beauty

St. Augustine Beach boasts two miles of sugary, white sand. It is known for its clear water and gentle waves. Fort Lauderdale RV rentals make it possible for you to camp at the 1600-acre Anastasia State Park. The park is next to a historical quarry and includes a beautiful, self-guided nature trail.

Animal lovers should visit the St. Augustine Wild Reserve. This sanctuary for exotic animals is home to leopards, wolves and bears that have been rescued over the last quarter century.

An abundance of marine animals dwell in the waters just off St. Augustine’s shore. Dolphins, manatees, eagles and various waterfowl are spotted often.

Historic Sites

Just five miles from St. Augustine Beach, go through the old city gates to enter the pedestrian haven called St. George Street. See the Oldest Wooden School House, shop at boutiques, and enjoy quaint eateries. On St. George Street you will find the Colonial Quarter. This experiential museum offers visitors a sample of life as it was centuries ago. Demonstrations include musket drills and leatherwork techniques.

Whether you feel like relaxing on the sand or visiting a pirate museum, St. Augustine has much to treasure. For Fort Lauderdale RV rentals, contact Camp USA at (954) 520-0075 or fill out the online contact form for more information.

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Beginner’s Guide to RV Travel – South Florida RV Rentals

Your first trip exploring the U.S. in an RV is sure to be a rewarding adventure you’ll always remember. During your trip, you’ll discover why some people become addicted to this lifestyle. To avoid any rookie mistakes, here are a few important tips to get you started.

Why an RV?

Every year, millions of people choose to enjoy their vacation in the luxury of their own space on wheels. Common reasons include:

  • Privacy
  • Saves money on extended vacations
  • It’s more peaceful
  • An RV allows for comfort over long distances
  • Stay in touch with the outdoors

Renting Your First RV

Camp USA can help you choose from a great selection of South Florida RV Rentals that best fits your needs. If you have several people traveling with you, you’ll want to make sure you have enough beds. Camp USA’s RV rentals come packed with varying amenities, so prices vary as well.  Expect to see mid-range prices of $300 per day. This will include 150 free miles for every day you travel.

Make Reservations

Just as you would with a hotel, it’s always a good idea to call ahead, especially if you’re traveling during a holiday. Most parks allow you to make reservations months in advance. This allows you to secure a desirable location within the campground.

Be sure the campsite you choose has the hookups you need. Some sites may only provide partial hookups, which would include electric and water. A full hookup would add sewer service.

Using hookups for the first time can seem intimidating. Camp USA RV rentals in South Florida will make sure you understand how hookups work prior to the start of your journey.

Be sure you know what the check-in and check-out procedures are for the campsite where you’ll be staying. Hours vary, so be sure you know the latest arrival time.

Start planning your RV adventure with Camp USA today. To get started with choosing RV rentals in South Florida, contact Camp USA at (954) 520-0075 or fill out the online contact form for more information.

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Explore Palm Beach to the Panhandle – Palm Beach Motorhome Rentals

If 2020 has left your family feeling cooped up and ready to explore more of our beautiful state, you can’t beat the exciting attractions of the Florida panhandle for natural beauty and outdoor fun. Check out our Palm Beach motorhome rentals so that you can travel in style, and get ready to visit the area’s many RV-friendly locations. The panhandle might only be a few hours away, but seeing it from the comfort of your own motorhome rental will let you see your state in a whole new way.

Hit the Beach

If white sand beaches and warm Gulf of Mexico waters are calling your name, the panhandle offers several RV parks that provide gorgeous Gulf views right from your driver’s seat. If you’re traveling with your furry friends, check out the fenced dog park, free Wi-Fi, and heated pool at Emerald Beach RV Park in Navarre. If wildlife watching, 30-foot sand dunes, and fishing in the clear waters are tops on your priority list, Henderson Beach State Park will be right up your alley. Don’t forget to visit the park’s hiking trail, where you can get up close and personal with the rich dune ecosystem’s native plant and animal species.

Take It Inland

Of course, the Florida panhandle is more than just beautiful beaches. For a different perspective on the region, be sure to see some of its exciting inland attractions. There are several bustling RV parks around Pensacola which can serve as a base of operations as you visit the city’s historic Fort Pickens and Naval Aviation Museum. Head east on I-10 to reach the cool, refreshing waters of Ponce de Leon Springs and Falling Waters State Park, site of Florida’s highest waterfall and family-friendly hiking.

See It All in Style

When you’re ready to plan your visit to the panhandle, there’s only one place to go for the best motorhome rentals in Palm Beach. Contact Camp USA at (954)520-0075 or fill out the online contact form for more information.

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Your Guide to Disney’s Fort Wilderness – Miami RV Rentals

Disney World is a magical place to be, and it’s even more fun if you get to experience the wonder of Fort Wilderness. The best way to enjoy Disney’s Fort Wilderness is in our comfortable and reliable Miami RV rentals from Camp USA.

What is Fort Wilderness?

When most people visit Disney World, they stay in a hotel somewhere nearby. As much fun as that is, there’s nothing like being right near the action even when you’re not at the park. This is what Disney’s Fort Wilderness allows you to do. Fort Wilderness is a resort and campground that allows you to stay right near Disney World in a wonderfully serene setting.

The coolest part about Fort Wilderness is the fact that it puts you in what feels like the middle of the wilderness even though you don’t have to go far away to camp. Plus, there are lots of different types of campsites to accommodate different needs, so every family can find something that works for them.

Benefits of an RV Rental

If you’re going to stay at Fort Wilderness, the best way to do it is with Miami RV rentals. As much fun as it is to camp, tent camping can take a little bit of the luxury out of your vacation. A hotel, on the other hand, takes away the wilderness aspect that makes this spot so fun. With an RV, you have a comfortable place to sleep and do everything else but you can still enjoy the wilderness. The best part is that RV rentals in Miami come in all shapes and sizes, which means you can find an RV that’s the perfect size for your family. Plus, Fort Wilderness has campsites that can accommodate RVs as long as 45 feet.

Making the most out of your Disney World trip is easy if you decide to camp at Fort Wilderness. If you want to rent an RV, contact Camp USA at (954) 520-0075 or fill out the online contact form for more information.

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How to Make Your Florida Keys Vacation a Memorable One With a Camp USA RV Rental

Turquoise, green and deep blue waters teaming with colorful fish. Pristine, sandy beaches. Cool ocean breezes. The Florida Keys are an idyllic vacation location, and the best way to get the most out of your trip is in an RV from Camp USA. Florida RV rentals make it easy for you to experience the beauty of the Keys along with the comforts of home!

Sights Not To Be Missed

The archipelago that makes up the Florida Keys stretches approximately 120 miles off the southern coast of Florida. Driving down Highway 1 is a feast for the eyes. With both public and private campgrounds dotting the coastlines, you will have the greatest flexibility in where to visit and stay with RV rentals in Florida. There are, however, some stops that should not be missed.

  1. Explore John Pennecamp Coral Reef State Park. This state park is located almost entirely underwater! Its 70 square miles of protected ecosystems off the shores of Key Largo offers endless wonders and fascinations.
  2. Visit the Dolphin Research Center and Turtle Hospital. These two invaluable resources for wildlife conservation are located on Marathon Key. The important work they do is funded in part by visitor tours.
  3. Stay at Bahia Honda State Park. This quiet state park on Big Pine Key is an excellent place to set up your Camp USA RV. Explore the three beaches looking for the more than 150 species of rare flora and fauna.
  4. National Key Deer Refuge. Also on Big Pine Key, this preserve gives visitors a chance to bike, hike or kayak through the endangered key deer’s protected environment.
  5. Tour a brewery on Islamorada. Take a tour and sample the beers from the Florida Keys Brewing Company right where they are crafted.

While there are no campgrounds on Key West, there are RV parks available within biking distance to downtown. Visitors can also use the shuttles or bus services and avoid the traffic on the busiest key.

For the most flexibility, with many of the familiar comforts of home, tour the Keys in an RV! Contact Camp USA at (954) 520-0075 or fill out the online contact form for more information.