A South Florida RV rental is your ticket to year-round enjoyment of America’s national parks. Here are five of the best parks and a few ideas to get you thinking about how an RV rental in South Florida is the best way to enjoy them.

When you stand on the Continental Divide in Glacier National Park, you can choose which ocean your tears of joy will ultimately flow into, simply by turning your head. This geological formation can elicit unpredictable weather, and camping in an RV is the safest way to enjoy surprise snow days.

Grand Teton
The Grand Tetons are a must-see on any trip out west. You can choose from several campgrounds at the park that accommodate RVs up to 45 feet long, including some with laundry facilities.

A South Florida RV rental can propel you all the way to the peak of Beartooth Highway on your way to Yellowstone National Park. To see a bear’s teeth from the safety of your RV, try Fishing Bridge RV Park, the only campground in Yellowstone with hookups.

Rocky Mountain
Rocky Mountain National Park is the ultimate place to unplug in an RV. You can even park it in Estes Park and catch a ride on the Hiker Shuttle Express Route to scenic areas such Fern Lake, Glacier Gorge, and Bear Lake trailheads.

Florida’s river of grass is a sight to behold during the day; but when night falls, watch out for Florida’s unofficial state bird, the mosquito. Staying in an RV is the best way to ensure you come home without donating too much blood to the natives.

Nothing beats a South Florida RV rental for transportation to all the national parks. Contact Camp USA at (954) 520-0075 or fill out the online contact form for more information about how you can secure an RV rental in South Florida today. Then, plan the ultimate roundtrip to one of our Nation’s great parks!