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Tales From A Haunted RV…

Halloween is just around the corner, and we are gearing up our RV’s to hit the open road and visit some of Florida’s best holiday “hot spots”! So, pack up the family and your scaredy pants for some good ole’ haunted fun!

First Stop Orlando!

What better place to start off your haunted RV road trip, then with a few days in Orlando! Florida has so many fun seasonal spots to visit, but Orlando has two of our favorite destinations… Halloween Horror Night & Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween!

Halloween Horror Nights is definitely for the adults in your RV. With mazes and haunted houses that take after smash movie and TV hits like American Horror Story and The Walking Dead…there will be plenty of terrifying mazes and houses to keep you up at night. Luckily, you will have a cozy RV to head back to.

Now, if you are looking for something the whole family can enjoy, then look no further than Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party! Disney will be decked out in their Halloween decorations and your family will even have the chance to meet some of the Villans of Disney during the party! Keep in mind that the party takes place on selected nights.  

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Second Stop Brooksville!

Is there anything better than a haunted house? The May-Stringer House was erected around the year 1856. Now a museum, the home is packed with antiques and collectibles from the 1800 & 1900’s, but that isn’t what makes this historic home a haunted Gem in Florida…it is the home’s previous residents. A long line of the May & Saxon families have resided in this historic home, where many of them have passed, including the young Jessie May.

Employees of the museum often find toys in disarray in the morning and have had a few unexplained images in photos, which is why it is known as the most haunted home in Florida. If you are planning a Halloween tour in your RV, this is a must. Be a part of the haunted history by taking their night tour! …this is not for the little ones so keep that in mind when planning your visit.

Book your tour by calling 352-799-0129 or email at!

Where to stay? Clover Leaf Forest RV Resort!

Third Stop St. Augustine!

We are going to travel up to Northern Florida for the next Halloween “hot spot”.. St. Augustine! St. Augustine has some incredible history, and with history comes a few haunted tales. One of our favorite Halloween tours is the St. Augustine Ghosts & Graveyards Frightseeing Tour! On this night tour you will head to the “Old Jail”, “Old Drug Store” and Potter’s Wax Museum. The 1hr and 20 minute trolley tour is the perfect way to end your day in the beautiful St. Augustine area… and is a great way to learn about the darker history of this Nation’s oldest city.  

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Camp USA is now ready for a Halloween Road Trip! If you are planning a “haunted” adventure for your family, be sure to book your luxury rental from any of our Camp USA locations!

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It’s Time: Ford Championship Weekend at Homestead-Miami Speedway

Don’t wait any longer to get your tickets and book your RV for Ford Championship Weekend at Homestead-Miami Speedway, November 18-20, 2016. On November 20th, the Homestead will be buzzing to the sounds of cheering fans as the best drivers on the planet compete in the 2016 Ford EcoBoost 400, the NASCAR Sprint Cup Championship Race. There are a range of tickets, camping options and build your own packages available at, but let us be your guide to the ultimate Homestead experience in a Camp USA RV!

Getting the Most Bang for Your Buck with Multi-Day Tickets

The Homestead-Miami Speedway offers numerous ticketing options including single-day tickets to the Ford EcoBoost 200, 300 and 400 races but the best deals for those looking to take in the entire weekend are Multi-Day Tickets. There are both 2 and 3 day options available for just a few dollars more than a single-day ticket. If you are really looking to take your trip to the next level, pick up a FanVision Fan Zone package that includes food and beverages, special gifts and souvenirs! Each FanVision Fan Zone purchase comes with a FanVision and a Pre-Race Pit Pass so you do not need to purchase this as well!

Ride and Camp in Style with a RV Rental from Camp USA

Securing an RV camping spot at Homestead is easy with two options, Reserved and Non-Reserved, with the difference being you are not assigned a parking spot until arrive at the venue with the latter. With either option make sure to contact us and secure a rental for one of our many luxury RVs. With units starting at just $225/day, book anything from a Class C unit to a Class A Luxury unit complete with more amenities then you will find in any hotel. Not sure what unit is best for you, just give us a call and we will help you plan the perfect getaway to the Ford EcoBoost 400!

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Fourth of July Fireworks RV Camping Guide

The Fourth of July is just around the corner and that means one thing, FIREWORKS! This month we are going to help you navigate some of the best visual displays and excellent parties as we celebrate our independence in the great state of Florida.

Fireworks at the Fountain (Orlando)

When most people think about amazing fireworks shows in Orlando, they think of Disney World, whose regular performances are nothing short of breathtaking. However, the Fireworks at the Fountain event at Lake Eola Park is an incredible (and more cost effective) alternative. Fireworks at the Fountain is a patriotic celebration of fun, food and fanfare with live entertainment and an area just for kids. The days’ events begin at 4 pm so if you want an ideal viewing spot of the fountain and the fireworks, we recommend getting there nice and early. The fireworks will begin at 9:20 pm.

One of Orlando’s best kept secrets, this campground offers lake view RV sites, private boat ramps, pools, hot tubs, and much more! For more information please visit

Pier Park Star Spangled Spectacular (Panama City Beach)

Your Fourth of July shouldn’t be complete without the largest fireworks display on the Gulf Coast! This family friendly event will include live music and dueling fireworks from the City (Russell-Fields) and County (MBMiller)Piers.The best place for viewing is right on the beach so be sure to bring your beach chairs and enjoy the Star Spangled Spectacular Fireworks Show at Aaron Bessant Park.

Local Panama City Beach RV Camping: PINEGLEN
Pineglen is the perfect RV campground for enjoying the Florida’s Emerald Coast. Nestled away among the palm trees, pine trees and fishing ponds we offer a quiet retreat just minutes Panama City Beach. For more information please visit

Fourth of July Spectacular (Fort Lauderdale)

So you want to see one of USA Today’s 10 Best Fourth of July Fireworks in the USA? Well look no further than Fort Lauderdale’s Fourth of July Spectacular. This celebration will feature a patriotic extravaganza with a kids zone, a DJ and a dazzling fireworks display that will rival some of the best in the world.

Local Fort Lauderdale RV Camping: PARADISE RV
An oldie but a goodie, this park is an extremely well maintained campground that offers unprecedented access to all that Fort Lauderdale has to offer. The spaces and roads are known to be a bit on the narrow side but call ahead first and they will happy to accommodate you and find the best site for your RV. For more information please visit


3 State Parks You Have To Visit

The good ole’ USA is full of amazing state parks, and we are fortunate to have some of the country’s best right in our backyard. A RV offers the perfect opportunity to embrace these incredible parks, spend as much time as you want without breaking the bank on lodging, and truly enjoy luxurious accommodations at the end of each day. Today we are going to highlight our favorite spots in Florida, Georgia and Tennessee. From breathtaking waterfalls to epic coastal views, any of these 3 parks would be sure to yield a vacation of a lifetime.

Bahia Honda State Park – Big Pine Key, FL

Once a remote island, Bahia Honda Key is now one of Florida’s southernmost state parks offering some of the most beautiful beaches, sunsets and unparalleled snorkeling experiences. The park provides the perfect balance of nature and modern amenities including kayak and snorkeling gear rentals, a Sand and Sea Nature Center and concessions. Guests will enjoy swimming in the beautiful water alongside sandy beaches were wading birds are commonly seen, fishing, boating, cycling, and much more. With 42 RV ready campsites accommodating a range of vehicle lengths, your dream camping in the Keys adventure is just a click away.

Amicalola Falls State Park – Dawsonville, GA

With amazing scenery and numerous hiking trails, Amicalola Falls is one of Georgia’s most popular state parks. The waterfall itself towers at 729 feet, making it the tallest cascading waterfall in the Southeast. This park has everything to satisfy a true outdoorsman coupled alongside the luxuries of a beautiful lodge and scenic mountain-view restaurant, Maple Restaurant. Some popular activities of Amicalola Falls State Park included hiking (with over 12 miles of trails, including the Canyon Climbers Club and access to the Appalachian Trail), trout fishing, geocaching and many other family centric activities. The 829 acre facility features numerous accommodations from hotel rooms to cottages to 25 campsites ready for you and your RV.

Fall Creek Falls State Park – Spencer, TN

Tennessee’s largest and most visited state park is Fall Creek Falls State Park, with over 26,000 acres of cascades, gorges, waterfalls, streams and incredible scenery. The park is perfect for a family adventure with four playgrounds, horse stables, and an Olympic-size swimming pool. It is also equally suited for a couples getaway with more than 34 miles of trails including 2 overnight long distance trails as well as a challenging 18-hole golf course. Fall Creek Falls features an inn with 145 hotel rooms, a restaurant, extensive meeting space, 30 cabins and 222 campsites, making it the perfect place to park and enjoy your RV rental.


RV’ing This 4th of July Weekend

It doesn’t get more American than taking an RV trip on the 4th of July and thankfully Florida has tons of great options. Like we said, there are no shortage of great weekend events here in the Sunshine State, the challenge is choosing the right one for you. We figured we would help you out by giving you all the details on two of our favorite events!

Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway

This year the Coke Zero 400 is back and better than ever on July 2nd at the newly improved Daytona International Speedway in Daytona, FL. This fan-favorite event has all the patriotism you could want alongside some of the best anticipating racing. With new and improved seating options, there isn’t a bad view in the house. Enjoy unparalleled experiences in the Spring FANZONE as well as an epic Pre-Race Extravaganza.

RV camping options are abundant in the Geico Campgrounds with affordable options like Geico Park West starting at just $220 all the way up to the Premium Gecko Shores at Lake Lloyd at $990. At any price level you will be sure to find top of the line grounds with plenty of entertainment. Spring for the Gecko Shores and you will have infield access, 50-amp electric and water hookups, access to the Boardwalk Club, and most of all absolutely amazing views of the famed Backstretch!

4th of July Celebration and Fireworks at Disney World

Disney World is known for delivering an unforgettable experience everyday of the year but Independence Day is one of the few holidays each year were they truly pull out the stops, especially during their fireworks performance at Magic Kingdom. They will be announcing their official plans soon so get in early and book your trip with the expectation of a one of a kind concert in the sky choreographed to music (generally on both Friday and Saturday evening).

There are tremendous accommodations available at Disney but few better than the beautiful Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort. With fully-equipped campsites nestled into 750 acres of pine and cypress forest this is a vacation stay your family won’t soon forget. Enjoy winding woodland trails, beautiful beachfront, and incredible entertainment such as archery experiences, ranches, animal rides, and all sorts of outdoor activities.

No matter where you decide to celebrate our nation’s Independence Day, do it from the comfort and convenience of a luxury rental from Camp USA!


Camp USA Road Trip: Peace River, River Ranch & Ginnie Springs

Is it summer yet? If you are anything like the Camp USA Crew we know you are prepping your summer plans and eyeing a few RV rentals for the trip. There are so many camping options in Florida that it’s hard to choose just one. With the variety in landscapes, culture and entertainment the sky is the limit when it comes to your summer camping plans, but just incase you are stumped on where to take your RV, we came up with a list of customer and Camp USA favorites!

#1 Peace River

If you are planning to head to Southwest Florida this summer, then Peace River is your goto spot. This location is for the ultimate outdoor campers. With massive cypress trees and an abundance of wildlife the area offers a peaceful retreat for those who want to be surrounded by Florida’s incredible greenery.

We know that wildlife is a beautiful backdrop for your RV road trip but that isn’t all that Peace River has to offer. If you are an avid outdoors enthusiast than the variety of hiking, kayaking, fishing, swimming and even fossil hunting will be right up you ally.

Where to stay?

Many of our customer’s favorite RV campground is the one and only Peace River Campground. It is the perfect spot to kickback and have access to Peace River’s many activities. Amenities include pull-thru sites, buddy sites, laundry, playgrounds, heated pool, camping store, full hook ups and long-term leasing if you’d like to stay for the summer.

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#2 River Ranch

Next up is one of our favorite destinations in River Ranch, FL. You will fall in love with River Ranch and the entertainment available. Keep in mind that this isn’t a typical camp out in the woods experience but more of a home on the range/luxury feel.

Horseback riding, archery, boating, mini golf, zip lines and rock climbing are just a few of the various activities you can take part in. We all love to be in the great outdoors but like a little luxury too, and is why River Ranch caters to both facets. So whether you are looking to have dinner at the Smokehouse Grill or spend your Saturday evening at the weekly rodeo, River Ranch is your place.

Where to stay?

The award winning Westgate River Ranch Resort & Rodeo is where all of the action happens. With the option to stay in rooms or camp with your RV, Westgate really is the best of both worlds. RV sites include power and water hookups, bathrooms, showers and picnic tables.

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#3 Ginnie Springs

Located in High Springs, Florida, Ginnie Springs is a perfect vacation spot for those who love water activities. As one of the clearest springs in the state at a nice 72 degrees Ginnie Springs has river tubing, swimming, snorkeling and even cave diving for the adventurous RV campers.

Equipped with their very own dive center, Ginnie Springs will be the perfect starting point for beginner divers and experienced, but if you want to relax a little more, then river tubing will be your favorite aspect. The lazy Santa Fe River allows you to drift for a little over an hour while you catch some sun and take in the gorgeous river surroundings. The best part is you can bring your own tubes or rent them depending on how much space your RV allows.

Where to stay?

Ginnier Springs offers convenient camping right on site. With electricity and water hookups you will be able to pull your RV right in and starting enjoying the crystal clear waters. Just remember that since the spots are limited for electric and water sites at Ginnie Springs be sure to book yours as early as possible.

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We cannot wait to get our summer road trips planned out and RV’s packed and ready to go. If you need to get an RV booked for your vacation get in touch with the Camp USA Crew and be sure to share your favorite Florida hot spots.


Camp USA Road Trip: Southern Fishing Destinations

There is nothing better than summertime travel. Renting an RV with friends and family and hitting the open road to enjoy a little sunshine and fresh air is what you might dream about all year long, and as far as we are concerned, it is never too early to get your summer vacation plans in line. 

Hitting up some of the south’s best vacation spots is always an idea, but traveling to the top fishing destinations is even better. So sit back, buckle up and follow us through some of the best hotspots for summer fishing. 

Andrew Jackson State Park in South Carolina

If you are looking for a little history, art and community events to go with your fishing trip, than Andrew Jackson State Park is your RV destination. The state park is equipped with living history programs that include a museum on Andrew Jacksons life, along with 18th century school replicas. In addition to the historical elements Andrew Jackson State park has beautiful campgrounds, nature trails and of course a fishing lakes available for use. 

What kind of fishing is available? Bass, bream, catfish and crappie fish fill the 18 acre state park lake. If you would like to rent a boat for your fishing excursion you can either hook it up to your RV or just borrow a rental. Fishing boat rentals range from $15/day to $3/per hour depending on your plans and vacation schedule. Keep in mind that a valid South Carolina fishing listen is required here.

While visiting the Andrew Jackson State Park in South Carolina you’re going to need a place to park your RV and this state park has great camping available right on the premises. Each site is equipped with individual water and electrical hookups and reservations have to be made a minimum of two nights.. and don’t forget about your furry friends this vacation, they are welcome too. 

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Smokies Angling Adventures in Tennessee

Bass fishing is in full swing during the summer months, and Tennessee offers some great spots to kick back and snag some great catches. Our next destination is to Douglas Lake in Sevierville Tennessee. This reservoir that stretches across 43 miles along the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains is one of the most beautiful fishing locations you will ever see. 

Each year around 1.7 million people visit Douglas Lake. As one of the top 5 crappie lakes in the US and one of the top 10 in the nation for largemouth bass fishing, Douglas Lake is a must for fishing enthusiasts. During he day you can enjoy the various scenic opportunities, but it is the nighttime during June, July and August when fishing is at its best. 

Where to stay? Mountain Cove Marina and Campground is a great spot to park your RV and enjoy the outdoors. Equipped with a sanitary dump station, laundry facility, boat launch and volley ball courts it is a great location for the entire family. Don’t feel like cooking? The Harbor Grill serves up the best food on Douglas Lake, so if you are looking for a night of pure relaxation make sure to check out their menu and enjoy!

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Long Key State Park in Florida

Right in the middle of the Florida keys rests Long Key State Park. This popular destination offers beautiful aqua waters and ocean-front campsites. Along with fishing, Long Key State Park provides incredible hiking, kayaking, snorkeling and some of the worlds best bird watching. Keep in mind before visiting Long Key State Park make sure you are up to date on the latest fishing liscenes and regulations regarding size and fishing methods before anchoring in. 

Long Key State Park has one of the best campgrounds in the region offering direct views of the vast Atlantic Ocean. Water and electricity are provided at each campsite along with picnic tables and grills. Restaurants can be made up to 11 months in advance so no time is too early to get your scenic campsite. 

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There you have it, three of our favorite southern RV campgrounds and fishing destinations. Whether you want the aqua waters of the Florida Keys or the mountain ranges of the Great Smoky Mountains as your background the south has it all. So start planning your RV road trip with Camp USA and get ready for that summertime air and fishing bliss. 


Camp USA Roadtrip: Sebring International Speedway, Sebring FL

As the oldest track in the US, Sebring International Speedway is a piece of race history. 1952 marked the first 12 Hour Race, which the speedway is most known for. So many fans have walked through the gates of Sebring to be a part of the experience and walk among the track which screen legends like Steven McQueen have raced.

March 16th will mark the 64th Annual 12 Hour Race and will without a doubt be one of the highlights of the race year, but that isn’t all that the Sebring International Speedway has to offer.

Hall of Fame & Gallery of Legends

In 2002 during the 50th year of the 12 Hours of Sebring, The Hall of Fame was launched and each year since inductees enter the hall of fame alongside former members like Carroll Shelby, Mario Andretti and Rodger Penske, just to name a few. A few years after the Hall of Fame was formed the Gallery of Legends found its’s place at Sebring. There you can walk among legends and view cars from past 12 Hour Races. It is a chance for super fans to get up close and personal with the real vehicles that have made history.

Trail of History

Sebring International Speedway is located on what used to be Hendricks Field, a WWII airbase training center. Throughout the track you can see pieces of our history including original flagpoles, runways and the Hendricks control tower. One of the greatest things about this historical track is that various areas are unchanged and have the same concrete and straights used on the runways in the 1940’s and the first 12 Hour Sebring Race in 1952.

Paddock Area

As race enthusiasts we are always looking for ways to be a part of the action or at least as close to it as possible, and Sebring is the place to be for that fan experience. Your Sebring ticket allows full access to the Paddock areas where the teams are getting prepped and ready for the 12 hour event. There you can take photos, ask questions and get a closer look at the inner workings and preparation needed to endure a race of this magnitude, all for the price of a general admission ticket.

RV Camping at Sebring International Speedway

Like most race fans camping your RV rental is the best way to enjoy the festivities and stay close to the action while enjoying the perks standard camping doesn’t offer. Trackside spaces are available around the race circuit, however keep in mind that they do sell-out, so the earlier you purchase them the better. If reserved parking is no longer available there is non-reserved motorhome parking at a first-come first-serve basis.

A few things to keep in mind about RV camping at Sebring is that there are no hookups for motorhomes, but showers are available for use and charcoal or gas grills are both fine to bring along for the ultimate tailgating experience. So, whether you are relaxing outside your RV before the 12 Hour Sebring Race or checking out the various car clubs gathered around the speedway, there is plenty to do, plenty to see and history to take part in.

Camp USA has RV rentals for any budget and family size, so get in touch and let us know how we can help make your Sebring experience one for the books!


Daytona Rising: Gearing up for 2016

As the year winds down and many of us are getting ready for the holidays, some of us are looking forward to the start of race season at Daytona International Speedway. The 480 acre track is a staple in NASCAR, and is why thousands travel each year to take part in the variety of events.

2016 will mark the unveiling of the new Daytona International Speedway (Daytona Rising). The $400 million redevelopment phase has fans gearing up for a new season in racing where they can look forward to more of the historic events they love, in the Daytona Speedway they’ve been waiting for. So what do fans have to look forward too in the new stadium? In addition to solar powered areas and escalators that bring you to various sections of the venue, the wider and more comfortable seats and twice as many bathrooms and concessions makes for a relaxing visit that will lesson the time fans stand in line. This means more time spent enjoying the races!

Upcoming Races & Events at Daytona International Speedway

Daytona 500

In addition to this being the 58th year of the Daytona 500, this particular race will be the official launch for fans get to experience the new venue in all of its’ glory. Along with the excitement of the Daytona Rising, race fans will also enjoy a few pre-race activities including a musical performance by country music stars Florida Georgia Line.

If you are a NASCAR and country fan, then we suggest purchasing your Sprint Fanzone tickets for pre-race access that will include a spot for the show and driver introductions in a private area. If there is one Daytona event you want to check out this year during your RV travels, then this is it.

Rolex 24

Celebrating it’s 54th year, the Rolex 24 is another race event that is not to be missed. The 24-hour race experience is like nothing else and serves as the kick-off for the 2016 IMSA Weather Tech Sports Car Championship season. This is the race that is always unpredictable and draws in a multitude of race fans.

Since the event is a relentless 24-hour competition, traveling by RV is the top choice, with the ability to rest in the comforts of a bed while still being close to the action and is no wonder why so many individuals and groups choose to camp out in the Geico Campground for this particular race.

Country 500

Although Daytona International Speedway is known as the “World Center of Racing” it is also the location for Country Fest 500. Even though there will be no racing happening during this time, there is the opportunity to see some of Country’s top music acts including Luke Bryan, Florida Georgia Line, Lady Antebellum, Willie Nelson and 40+ more. In addition to the incredible music line up, you can enjoy and even camp out on the infield of the track. The event is a perfect combination of country and race, as individuals will be able to roam the infamous tracks and participate in meet and greets throughout the pit road and garages that typically hold NASCAR’s top contenders.

So, now that you know which events you want to hit up this race season, do you know how you will travel? Our inventory of RV’s include top of the line rentals from various classes that fit any budget. We have included a few our motor coach rentals that offer luxury and convenience for your Daytona experience.

Class A Gas Unit: A36 Allegro Open Road Quad Slide Out #3283

As our most popular unit, it features three HD tv’s (including one outdoors), tiled flooring, roomy slide outs and DVD drop downs in the bunk. It is the perfect rental for a large family or group as it sleeps eight and features a queen in the master.

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Class C Unit: C34 Chateau Super C Double Slide Out #2129

The Super C is a great choice for a large family looking to camp. Offering a queen in the master, fold down dinette, sleeper sofa and bunk beds, it is a comfortable unit with an incredible value. Although the more modest choice for RV travel, it still offers incredible perks including additional storage and three tv’s with the option for in-motion satellite from direct TV.

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Class A Luxury Diesel Unit: A42 Fleetwood Discovery Double Slide Out #0276

If you want the ultimate RV rental for your NASCAR trip, then our most popular luxury Class A eight sleeper is it. We like to think of this unit as the ultimate tailgate rental and is why it is the perfect choice for Daytona International Speedway. Some of the additional features include four flat screens (including outdoor), an outdoor wet bar, power warning to keep the shade, washer/dryer and large refrigerator to house your tailgating necessities.

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We can’t wait to kick off race season with you, so get in touch and book your RV rental and get ready for a historic Nascar season at Daytona International Speedway.


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Camp USA Road Trip: Holiday Edition

As the holiday season approaches your family might be trying to think of a few ways to get into the spirit, and although Florida isn’t known for being a winter wonderland, it is still home to some of the best seasonal festivities.

From parades, to carnivals and Mickey, there are events that the whole family can take part in, and what better way to travel to the top seasonal destinations than in your RV rental. So pack up, bring the hot cocoa and prepare for Camp USA’s Road Trip: Holiday Edition.

First Stop: Orlando

What better way to feel the magic of the holidays, than traveling to the most magical destination on earth, Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida. A perk of living in the great state of Florida is that Disney World is in your backyard. Each holiday that comes through, you can count on Disney to put on a spectacular display, which is why so many families and individuals make the parks a staple in their seasonal traditions.

Halloween is one of the greatest times around Disney. The park is completely decked out in fall decor, and Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party is a huge event that allows children and adults to trick-or-treat throughout the park, meet their favorite Disney villains at the Hocus Pocus Spectacular and of course Mickey’s Boo-To-You Halloween Parade. Although Halloween is always a fun way to kick off the holiday season, it is Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party that is the event of the year.

Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party in Disney World, Orlando is guaranteed to get you into the holiday spirit. Like the Halloween Bash, Disney is completely transformed into a holiday haven, but for the winter season they pull out all the stops. Cinderella’s Castle is an Icy vision and Mickey’s Parade features gingerbread men, christmas tunes and of course an appearance by Santa himself. Throughout the day you can make your way down to the various shows, sip on complimentary hot cocoa and cookies, and witness the beautiful “snow” fall over Main Street in Magic Kingdom.

So, if you are looking for the ultimate seasonal event, look no further than Orlando and be sure to take advantage of the multitude of RV parks including Walt Disney World’s own Fort Wilderness.

Next Stop: Miami

Looking to travel a little further south for some holiday cheer? Next stop on our holiday excursion is the upbeat city of Miami. Now, when you think of Miami, holiday events don’t come to mind, but Santa’s Enchanted Forest is the world’s largest holiday themed park that is celebrating its 33rd year in operation.

At Santa’s Enchanted Forest in Miami, rides are in an abundance for kids, adults and thrill seekers, but it is the south’s largest Christmas Tree (90 ft.) & light show that really brings the event together. Along with your family, take a stroll through mistletoe lane, walk through life-sized christmas displays and take a seat for holiday shows that happen throughout the day.

Although Miami is known for it’s warm weather and spirited culture, it is home to one of Florida’s most well known holiday displays. So, be sure to add Miami to your holiday excursion list and stop your RV by the Homestead International Speedway, and get your Nascar fix along the way.

Last Stop: St. Augustine

On our last stop we are going to take you to North Florida to the beautiful city of St. Augustine. Known for it’s long standing history, St. Augustine brings in thousands of visitors daily looking to experience the historic coast, and the holiday season is no different.

Nights of Lights begins the Saturday before Thanksgiving and carries on through January 31, 2016. During this time St. Augustine is covered from head to toe in bright lights and has even garnered the city the honor of being selected as one of the 10 best light displays in the world by National Geographic in 2011 & 2012. With an abundance of ways to view the display including trolly, walking, biking, pedicab or even horse and carriage, it comes as no surprise so many travel to area. As the oldest city in the nation St. Augustine carries it’s charm through the holidays, and offers a glimpse at the 450 year old history while providing incredible food, shopping and ambiance.

Florida may be warm but that doesn’t mean we don’t know how to create winter settings and holiday cheer. So what are you waiting for book your RV Rental with Camp USA, plan your route and get start your season off right.