Roadtrip with RVshare Little Rock to Key West

Enjoy every moment of your Little Rock to Key West road trip as you explore the wilderness of Everglades National Park or soak in the relaxing thermal waters of Hot Springs National Park. In the fabulous cities of Memphis and Atlanta, you'll be treated to some of the best barbecue joints, blues clubs, and historical sites in the South. A stop in Miami allows you to absorb all the tropical vibes you can handle at breezy rooftop cantinas and beautiful oceanfront marketplaces. On your way through Orlando, you'll also experience six of Disney World's amazing parks and feed a collection of alligators at GatorWorld Parks of Florida in Gainesville. 

Little Rock to Key West Road Trip Itinerary

  • Trip Length: 20 hours
  • Mileage: 1,345 miles
  • Fun Fact: The city of Atlanta was originally called Terminus since it was located at the end of a railroad.

Nearby National Parks

Explore a couple of fantastic national parks on your road trip from Little Rock to Key West for a few one-of-a-kind experiences. 

Hot Springs National Park

Hot Springs National Park features nine historic bathhouses that are perfect for a few days of relaxation and exploration of this unique park. Start Bathhouse Row for a history lesson and then jump to Fordyce Bathhouse for a tour. From there, you can enjoy the soothing thermal waters at the Buckstaff Bathhouse before stepping into a cleansing steam cave at Quapaw Bathhouse. Outside, you can hike up to Hot Springs Mountain Water Tower for spectacular views from the observation deck and visit the Valley of Vapors on your way down. You'll also want to check out the Superior Bathhouse Brewery, the only beerhouse located within a national park, and sip water from thermal spring fountains along the Grand Promenade. 

Biscayne National Park

Biscayne National Park offers endless days of aquatic adventure as you snorkel, scuba dive, fish, and kayak at this thrilling underwater park. Boat tours include spearfishing excursions and sightseeing jaunts to popular destinations such as Jones Lagoon, Boca Chita Key, and Biscayne Bay. The Maritime Heritage Trail is a popular attraction that allows you to explore the remnants of a shipwreck in a colorful coral reef. Lobster fishing is also available in certain areas of the park. 

Everglades National Park

At Everglades National Park, you'll have over 1.5 million acres of biodiverse land to explore. Check out Shark Valley for the phenomenal bike trails that wind through tropical hardwood forests and sawgrass fields, and then hop into a kayak for a self-guided tour of the Wilderness Waterway, a 99-mile stretch where you'll see plenty of Florida's unique wildlife. Stop at Grimm's Stone Crab in Everglades City to munch on some stellar stone crab claws and to drink a cold beer while bonding with the locals. Be sure to go on an airboat tour at Jungle Erv's, catch the alligator wrestling show in the Miccosukee Indian Village, and go slough slogging on a ranger-led tour through the River of Grass. 

Nearby State Parks

Keep the great outdoors vibe rolling with visits to some spectacular state parks on your Little Rock to Key West RV road trip. 

Wall Doxey State Park

Wall Doxey State Park allows you to kick back and relax on the shores of a 60-acre well-stocked fishing lake surrounded by wooded areas that are perfect for hiking. You can check out the visitor center for park information and history, and then you can enjoy a round of disc golf and a peaceful picnic near Spring Lake. Within the park, boat ramps are available, along with playing fields for football and softball. 

High Falls State Park

High Falls State Park is an outdoor wonderland with cascading waterfalls, scenic hiking trails, and excellent fishing spots in the lush backyard of Macon, Georgia. Enjoy some quiet time as you boat on High Falls Lake, splash the day away in the on-site swimming pool, play miniature golf, and picnic at any one of the park's scenic areas. Boat rentals are also available and include watercraft such as kayaks, aqua cycles, and stand-up paddleboards. 

Devil's Millhopper Geological State Park

Devil's Millhopper Geological State Park is a National Natural Landmark that's home to a rainforest located 120-feet down in the bottom of a sinkhole. Amenities and activities at this park include an interpretive center, a visitor center, and a nature trail that takes you to and from the sinkhole with boardwalk access that allows you to descend into the small rainforest. Wildlife viewing and picnicking are more fantastic ways to enjoy the mystical beauty of Devil's Millhopper. 

Along the Way

Vulcan Park and Museum

Explore Vulcan Park and Museum on your Little Rock to Key West road trip to marvel at the city's coolest statue, representing the Roman god of forge and fire in an homage to Birmingham's iron roots. Head into the museum for the rotating exhibitions and history about the park, and then check out the view from the observation deck below the city's iconic iron symbol. A stop at The Anvil is a must so that you can pick up your own pair of Vulcan socks and some Earth Born Pottery before you take off. 

GatorWorld Parks of Florida

GatorWorld Parks of Florida is a great drive-through attraction where you can view alligators in their habitats before experiencing the park's most unique activity: feeding a swirling frenzy of young gators from a pole on a raised platform. You can also hold baby gators and spend some time with cuddlier animals at GatorWorld's Petting Zoo. 

Disney World

Disney World is another must-experience destination that'll have you hopping from park to park on nonstop adventures at Epcot, the Magic Kingdom, Disney's Animal Kingdom, and Disney's Hollywood Studios. Two mind-blowing water parks at Typhoon Lagoon and Disney's Blizzard Beach allow you to soak up as much fun in the Sunshine State as you can. Sample cuisine from around the globe at Epcot, and then grab every park goer’s favorite treat, the classic Dole Whip. You can also dine with a few Disney princesses at Cinderella's Castle and spend some of your souvenir money at It's a Wonderful Shop and the Main Street Emporium, two quintessential Disney shops. 

Main Cities You Will Pass Through

Memphis, Tennessee

Memphis has you rockin' and rollin' at some of the most iconic Southern attractions in the city. Pay homage to the King himself, Elvis Presley, on a tour of Graceland. Then, cruise over to Beale Street for a blues extravaganza at B.B. King's Blues Club, Rum Boogie, and Earnestine & Hazel's, an actual Memphis haunt where the jukebox turns itself on and voices can be heard upstairs. Ghost River is a fantastic place to sample a few homegrown brews before you dig into a massive plate of slow-smoked Memphis-style ribs at Central BBQ. You should also check out the Blues Hall of Fame, Sun Studio, and Sprock n' Roll Party Bikes. 

Campgrounds in Memphis offer excellent amenities and quick access to the city's best attractions. There are also plenty of dump stations in town to meet your RV's sanitation needs. 

Atlanta, Georgia

Atlanta offers the perfect balance of fun and antiquity with its historic background. Start your time at the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historical Park for interactive exhibits about the civil rights leader's life and work, and then head to Auburn Avenue for a free and informative tour of Martin Luther King Jr.'s birth home. Shake things up at Six Flags Over Georgia and the World of Coca Cola, and then wind down at the Wrecking Ball Brewpub for savory tap beers and craft cocktails. 

Stay at a campground in Atlanta to experience more of what this unique city has to offer. You'll find numerous dump stations within the city limits. 

Miami, Florida

Relax on the beautiful beaches or sip cocktails at luxurious rooftop bars, you can easily lose track of time at seaside hotspots such as Bayside Marketplace and the historic Venetian Pool in Miami. Scarf down Miami's best cinnamon rolls at Knaus Berry Farm, and then walk them off at Vizcaya Museum and Gardens. Flamingos and other exotic animals await at Jungle Island, where you can watch Winged Wonders and Wild Encounters shows in a lovely tropical paradise. 

Extend your time in Miami by relaxing at a beautiful campground near the city. Many parks also have dump stations on the premises for your convenience. 

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