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:
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Ken Burns’ recent eight-part documentary of country music brings to light the historical significance of this singularly American art form. Though the musical roots of country spread across the Nation’s many regions, Tennessee shines as one of its great placeholders. As the US opens up this summer, get in tune with this heritage in a motorhome rented from a top Miami RV Rental Company for an enriching travel experience. A family or group of friends could cross the state in six hours, stopping at prime campgrounds or parks along the way. The following are three destinations accessible via a vehicle from Camp USA’s RV Rental Company in Miami.
Entering Eastern Tennessee, your first stop must be Pigeon Forge to visit Dollywood, Dolly Parton’s country music inspired theme park. In addition to enjoying music-focused attractions and shops you can enjoy thrilling rides and water-park slides, setting the stage for a whole-family entertainment package. Then, after a long day, settle into your Miami RV Rental Company motor home in one of the local campgrounds situated at the base of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Musical Beacon, Nashville
Central Tennessee holds Nashville, country music’s center-stage city, where you will find far-ranging opportunities to explore American music. Start by touring the Ryman Auditorium, famous former home to the Grand Ole Oprey, then visit the Oprey’s current home, while taking in scheduled performances. Consider also taking in the historic Bluebird Cafe for more intimate performances.
Finally, make a pilgrimage west to Graceland in Memphis, the late Elvis Presley’s stunning home. Bask in the aura of this musical and cultural icon while exploring the mansion in small group tours. For convenience, Graceland provides onsite RV camping.
A Miami RV Rental Company motor home offers a family-friendly means to explore Tennessee’s musical legacy. Contact Camp USA at (954) 520-0075 or fill out the online contact form for more information.
If you are looking for where to take your South Florida motorhome rental for a perfect summer vacation spot, North Carolina is just the place. It’s close enough to be accessible and offers a wealth of activities and environments to suit every taste. Here are three of the best campgrounds for a fun-filled getaway.
Best for Family Fun
Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park at Daddy Joe’s will give the kids an experience to remember. The property is located on a farm in Tabor City. An aqua park, waterslide and miniature golf are just a few of the wealth of family-friendly activities available on the grounds.
Located in Eastern NC, the campground is close enough to Myrtle Beach for a coastal day trip. Nearby Wilmington offers ample opportunities for more urban experiences. Spend an evening out on the town or take the kids to see the ships at port.
Best for a Cultural Experience
Indian Creek Campground places your South Florida motorhome rental in the middle of tranquil surroundings on the Cherokee Indian Reservation. The kids can swim in the creek or play on the playground. The Reservation also offers trout fishing permits for on-site fishing.
Located on the southern end of the Great Smokey Mountains National Park and close to Mingo Falls, visitors can enjoy all these parks have to offer. Head to Saunooke Village on the Reservation for dining and Native American crafts and jewelry.
Best for Nature Lovers
Ash Grove Mountain Cabins & Camping offers a remote RV camping experience with plenty of nearby and on-site activities to keep visitors entertained for both short stays and long ones. Campsites are nestled among the trees, for a private and secluded experience. Located in Western North Carolina, the area boasts 250 waterfalls. Campers can quickly access the Blue Ridge Parkway, Pisgah National Forest and Dupont State Forest for hiking, biking or a scenic drive. The town of Brevard provides dining, shopping and entertainment opportunities.
If you’re ready for summer fun, a motorhome rental in South Florida is the way to go! Contact Camp USA at (954) 520-0075 or fill out the online contact form for more information. We’re standing by to help you select the perfect motorhome rental for your next adventure!
The sun is shining, the breeze is blowing, and the open road is calling you. Get out of the house and enjoy nature in the best way possible, with Fort Lauderdale motorhome rentals. With many luxury motorhomes to choose from, you’re sure to find the right one for your next family trip. Every motorhome is meticulously cleaned and sanitized after each use, so you can rent knowing that your health and safety are protected.
Class A Motorhomes
These gas-powered RVs have all the features you could want for a fantastic family getaway. With slide outs, sleepers, and queen beds, there is room for everyone. Other luxury features on various models include:
Kitchen with Corian countertops
Flat screen TVs with optional DirecTV package
Outside tailgating and barbecue area
Class A Luxury Diesel Motorhomes
If you’d like to travel in the utmost comfort that modern amenities can provide, then consider a diesel motorhome rental. These exceptional RVs are like a palace on wheels and will help your next vacation to be unforgettable. Choose one with multiple slides to maximize interior space or opt for awnings and more outside features to enhance your next tailgating event. You can find the following features on these RVs:
Motorhomes Make Vacations More Fun
Regardless of the features you choose, traveling by RV is a more convenient and comfortable way to go. You can enjoy the privacy of staying in your own space and having everything you need at your disposal. There’s plenty of room to bring along your favorite outdoor activities. Need hiking poles? Check. Mountain bikes? Check. Don’t forget the fishing poles, volleyball nets, and croquet sets. Plan your next adventure and choose from a wide selection of Fort Lauderdale motorhome rentals at Camp USA. Contact them at (954) 520-0075, or fill out the online contact form for more information.
Florida is known for its beautiful beaches and sunny climate, but did you know that Florida also has some of the most scenic and fun camping destinations in the South? Camp USA’s RV Rentals in South Florida can help connect you with the sunshine state’s stunning nature. Here are a few must-see-in-your-RV spots to consider:
Ocala National Forest
After picking up your RV, you can drive north on I-95, stop by Yeehaw Junction and travel northwest toward the center of the state. The Ocala National Forest amasses over 600 square miles throughout Central Florida. There are adequate locations to picnic with your family while staying sheltered beneath the cascading trees with seemingly endless Spanish moss. There are campsites near numerous lakes, tree-mendous trails if you bring your mountain bicycle or ATV along, and various paths for on-foot hiking and horseback riding.
Take your South Florida RV Rental further north to Ginnie Springs, where water activity adventure-seekers will explore the calm, clear springs via canoes, kayaks, paddleboards, and innertubes. Scuba divers gather from around the world to enjoy the freshwater splendor with near-perfect visibility. The RV area offers water and electric sites, so you can plan a hot shower and a comfortable night’s sleep in your air-conditioned RV after a breathtaking day.
A trip to Florida is not complete without a lovely drive through the Florida Keys via the Overseas Highway. The KOA in Sugarloaf Key offers ample parking options for your RV at a reasonable price, and you will feel as if you were on a remote island far away from the mainland. Fishing enthusiasts can book a charter boat experience, or you can rent a boat at a nearby marina to explore the Lower Keys from the Atlantic.
South Florida RV Rentals can help you experience pure paradise! Contact Camp USA at (954) 520-0075 or fill out the online contact form for more information. We look forward to helping you plan your next adventure!
If you’re thinking of planning a vacation this summer, now is the time to do it. One of the best ways to make vacationing easy is to rent an RV. So if you’re ready to start planning a summer vacation, here’s what you need to know about using RV rentals in South Florida.
RV Rental Benefits
Planning a vacation is a lot of work, so anything you can do
to make things easier on yourself is a big help. One of the coolest parts about
renting an RV for your next summer vacation is the fact that it takes care of
both travel and lodging. You can take a rental RV wherever you want to go as
long as you’ve got a place to park it and sleep for the night. Renting an RV is
also a fairly affordable vacation option. Best of all, you can choose between a
wide selection of different types and sizes of RVs so you can find an RV that
fits your family’s needs perfectly.
How It Works
The good news is, South Florida vacation RV rentals are a
lot easier than you might think. All you have to do is choose an RV you want to
rent from a website and click the “Reserve” button. You’ll be asked
to provide a few basic details such as your name, phone number and when you
want to rent the RV, and then you simply wait for a call. You’re given a
certain amount of free miles per day, as well as the option to purchase additional
features to make your trip more convenient – such as satellite TV. When your
vacation is over, you simply return the RV and pay any fees you may have
accrued. It’s that simple! The hardest part is figuring out where you want to
go because the possibilities are endless!
If you’re thinking about renting an RV for your summer vacation, Camp USA has tons of great choices for you. Call us today at (954) 520-0075 or fill out the online form to learn more or get started today. We look forward to helping your plan your next adventure!
A pandemic certainly brings its share of challenges to people all across the US, and it can be particularly hard to find a safe way to travel. With RV rentals in Fort Lauderdale you have everything you need in a truly self-contained vehicle. It’s easy to stock up on groceries and it’s much easier to practice social distancing. Even when you get to your destination, you can easily limit your contact with other people as you set up your RV and find a wonderful place to relax stress-free for any period of time. You will have a safe place to cook and sleep while enjoying the freedom and serenity of the great outdoors.
Now is a time when being with family takes on a whole new
meaning. What better way to ride out the current situation than with Fort
Lauderdale RV rentals. It will be reassuring to know that the interior of your
RV is clean and secure, and offers a safe, cozy place to spend some time with
loved ones. It’s a creative solution to a troubling time and gives you and your
family members a way to escape in comfort. You are in charge of when and where
you come in contact with others with RV rentals Fort Lauderdale.
For someone concerned with spreading “the
coronavirus” to a loved one, an RV rental is a solution to isolation. This
can be especially helpful to essential workers who are at a higher risk for
contracting the virus. During this time, you can even receive special pricing for
rentals for this purpose, making it affordable and a better answer than a
With Fort Lauderdale RV rentals you can spend time in the outdoors this summer and still keep you and your family safe. Or it’s a great way to quarantine in comfort. Contact Camp USA at (954) 520-0075 or fill out the online contact form for more information.