Roadtrip with RVshare Boston to Miami

Your road trip from Boston to Miami is filled with exciting opportunities to see a few of America's most intriguing cities and beautiful national parks. Some of the sights you'll encounter on your route include Shenandoah, Biscayne and Everglades national parks, the haunted former residence of Edgar Allen Poe in Baltimore and Disney World in Orlando. The must-see cities of New York, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. invite you to explore such historically rich locations as the Statue of Liberty, Independence Hall and the National Mall. 

Boston to Miami Road Trip Itinerary

  • Trip Length: 23 hours and 40 minutes
  • Mileage: You'll drive for 1,542 miles from Boston to Miami.
  • Fun Fact: Boston Common, established in 1634, is the oldest public park in the country.

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Nearby National Parks

National parks are perfect additions to include on your road trip from Boston to Miami. Some of the most beautiful and wild land is located not far from the coast of the Atlantic Ocean. 

Shenandoah National Park

Shenandoah National Park is a quick 90-minute drive from Fredericksburg, Virginia, with plenty of fun outdoor activities to enjoy and beautiful places to explore. Some of the top sights you'll want to see are Old Rag Mountain, Luray Caverns, Skyline Drive, and Dark Hollow Falls. You can also trek or bike over 500 miles of trails, fish in 70 pristine mountain streams and check out informational exhibits about the park at the Dickey Ridge Visitor Center. 

Congaree National Park

Just one hour from Turbeville, South Carolina, is Congaree National Park, a lush 26,000-acre area that's home to the largest bottomless hardwood forest in the U.S. At this park, you can take a canoe or kayak ride down Cedar Creek and explore some of the tallest forests west of the Atlantic coast. Fishing is available in all areas of the park, and there are a variety of short or long backcountry hiking trails to check out before you visit the Milford Plantation Historic Site located southeast of Congaree. 

Biscayne National Park

A visit to Biscayne National Park near Miami is a must on your Boston to Miami RV road trip. Here, you'll have boat-required access to numerous islands, reefs, and popular scuba diving spots. Take the Maritime Heritage Trail, an underwater series of dive sites where you can explore several shipwrecks. At Biscayne Bay Lagoon, the water teems with sea life and is perfect for viewing turtles, dolphins, and a variety of bird species. 

Everglades National Park

Not to be missed, Everglades National Park in Florida has 1.5 million acres of wetlands and hundreds of miles of kayak trails to explore. Check out the Everglades Alligator Farm for an up-close glimpse of a working alligator farm where you can hold baby gators and feed the wandering ducks. More places you'll want to experience here are the Shark Valley Visitor Center and Tram Tours, Everglades Safari Park, Mahogany Hammock Trail, and Dolphin Plus, which allows you to swim with dolphins in a closed-off lagoon.

Nearby State Parks

Adding a few state parks to your Boston to Miami road trip itinerary is a fantastic way to extend the length of your trip and enjoy some of America's most naturally beautiful destinations. 

Cheesequake State Park

Located in New Jersey, Cheesequake State Park is perfect for a day of fishing for largemouth bass, trout, or catfish on Hooks Creek Lake or hiking one of the park's five nature trails. You can also stop by the nature center to learn about the ecosystem, wildlife, and history of the park. Picnicking and camping are available year-round, and boating, winter sports, and swimming are offered seasonally. 

Susquehanna State Park

On your way through Maryland, stop at Susquehanna State Park to hike 15 miles of breathtaking forest trails, fish on the Rock Run River, and explore the Rock Run Historic Area. Boating, horseback riding, camping, and mountain biking are more fun ways to spend a couple of days enjoying this park and the nearby city of Havre de Grace. 

Lake Kissimmee State Park  

Lake Kissimmee State Park offers a variety of relaxing activities from horseback riding the park's 6 miles of equestrian trails to stargazing the dark night sky. Boating and viewing rare wildlife on the Kissimmee, Rosalie, and Tiger lakes, picnicking under beautiful shaded pavilions, and spending a couple of days camping and hiking are some other fantastic ways to experience everything that's available at this location.

Along the Way

Liberty Bell

On your way through Philadelphia, check out the Liberty Bell, an iconic American symbol of freedom and liberty. While you're at this site, you should also explore Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell Center for an interesting historical journey back to the founding of the United States. 

National Mall

Stroll down the National Mall, and enjoy gazing at a few of Washington, D.C.'s most visited historic treasures at the Lincoln Memorial, the Washington Monument and the 2,028-foot-long Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool. While you're here, check out any one of the 11 Smithsonian museums located along the mall. 

Edgar Allen Poe House Museum

At the Edgar Allen Poe House Museum in Baltimore, you can expect to explore numerous exhibits featuring some of Poe's personal artifacts and a history of the author's life and death. Poe's house is also said to be a prime site for paranormal activity, so be on the lookout for apparitions, spooky vibes or sudden drops in temperature. 

Disney World

An adventure at Disney World is a must on your RV road trip from Boston to Miami. This massive area features four amazing amusement parks that include the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Animal Kingdom and Disney's Hollywood Studios, in addition to two exciting water parks at Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach. You'll also enjoy world-class eateries, shopping and entertainment throughout each of the parks.

Main Cities You Will Pass Through

New York

As you pass through New York City, you'll want to visit some famous hot spots for a few lessons in American history at the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, Times Square, Central Park and the Guggenheim. You should also plan to spend time at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Rockefeller Center, One World Trade Center and Coney Island. Architectural wonders to explore include the Brooklyn Bridge, St. Patrick's Cathedral and the 22-story Flatiron Building. Nearby campgrounds are great for extending your stay in this city. You can find dump stations to help you keep your RV fresh and clean in the surrounding areas. 

Washington, D.C.

No drive through Washington, D.C. would be complete without a stop at the U.S. Capitol, the White House and the International Spy Museum. More locations you'll want to explore are Arlington National Cemetery, the Pentagon, the Thomas Jefferson Memorial and the Library of Congress, the world's largest library. Beautiful campgrounds in the area allow you to continue your exploration of this city with dump stations located close by for your convenience.


Stop in Savannah, Georgia, for some authentic Southern cuisine at Sisters of the New South, Vic's on the River and Alligator Soul Restaurant. A walk along River Street treats you to waterfront views with a variety of unique boutique shops, tasty eateries and historic buildings to enjoy. You'll also want to see the pre-Civil War architecture in the Savannah Historic District and stroll through the Bonaventure Cemetery, a famous site from the movie "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil." You can lengthen your time in this city with an overnight stay at a local campground. Nearby dump stations allow you to keep up with your RV's sanitation needs. 


While you're in Richmond, be sure to enjoy a self-guided tour of the Colonial-style Virginia State Capitol, and peruse the historic exhibits of one of America's most famous authors at the Poe Museum. You can check out some local history at the Hollywood Cemetery, the American Civil War Museum and the first museum established in Richmond called The Valentine. Local campgrounds with great amenities and dump stations are available near this city, so you can explore Richmond at your leisure.

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