Once you’ve decided to rent an RV, you’ll need to decide which type of RV you’ll want to procure. You’ll have to contemplate your budget, the size of your party, and how much space you require. Fortunately, there are multiple types of RVs available to rent.
If you’re interested in motorhome rentals in Daytona Beach, then you’ll need to choose between three different classes. Class A motorhomes are large, spacious, and luxurious. If you want to travel with some of that luxury and space but not as much as that found in a Class A, then a Class C might be for you. Class B motorhomes are budget-friendly options for those who don’t mind less space and want better fuel economy.
Those who wish to look into pop up camper rentals in Daytona Beach will find several sorts of RV trailers on the market. Fifth-wheel trailers are the largest trailers while traditional travel trailers come in all shapes and sizes. Foldable trailers generally have the least space but are more portable than their counterparts.
One of the most convenient RV campgrounds near Daytona Beach is Daytona’s Endless Summer Campground. Located only 10 minutes from both Daytona International Speedway and Daytona Beach, this family-friendly campground has a pool, Wi-Fi, laundry facilities, and other amenities.
If you want to stay on the beach, then Coral Sands Oceanfront RV Resort may be the campground for you. In addition to the usual amenities, guests can enjoy fine dining and fishing or just sit back to watch the whales and dolphins.
The closest national park to Daytona Beach is Biscayne National Park. After traveling roughly four and a half hours down the Florida coast, you’ll arrive at a national park that includes more than 172,000 acres of tropical landscape. Biscayne is known for its excellent snorkeling and scuba diving, but you can also walk on more than 12 miles of trails.
Those who want to experience the best of Florida’s wetlands may want to take their Daytona Beach RV rental a little farther to Everglades National Park. More than 1.5 million acres of tropical wilderness provide a home for manatees, crocodiles, panthers, and various endangered species. There are many RV campgrounds in this area, so you can typically find a place to stay overnight here with little difficulty.
There are plenty of attractions closer to Daytona Beach for those who want to stay in the vicinity of their original destination. Tomoka State Park is located in nearby Ormond Beach and boasts a variety of canoeing, hiking, and bird-watching opportunities. Bulow Creek State Park is in the same area and is filled with ancient oaks, historical ruins, and trails.
Beverly Beach Camptown RV Resort is 30 miles from both St. Augustine and Daytona Beach. In addition to RV storage, it has showers, Wi-Fi, cable TV, and a convenience store. Also, in the nearby St. Augustine area, you'll find Compass RV Park and Stagecoach RV Park. Compass RV Park has many more amenities than Stagecoach RV Park, but the latter has small-business charm and affordable rates in its favor.
In Daytona Beach, International RV Park and Campground and Daytona/Speedway KOA Campground offer dumping services. Other nearby dumping stations include Bulow Plantation RV Resort, Tomoka State Park, Daytona Beach RV Resort, and Thunder Gulch Campground.
One obvious attraction for those with camper rentals in Daytona Beach is Daytona Beach itself. The 23 miles of beachfront comprise what some refer to as the “World’s Most Famous Beach.” Another popular attraction is the Daytona International Speedway, which is home to the prestigious Daytona 500. Even on non-racing days, you can still tour this famous racetrack.
Those who are interested in history may want to take in the Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse and Museum, which features one of the tallest lighthouses in the USA. For travelers who want to combine both racing and history, the Halifax Historical Museum caters to both interests.
Orlando is home to both the Orlando Magic and Orlando City SC, which are NBA and MLS teams, respectively. Games of the Jacksonville Jaguars, an NFL franchise, are also within driving distance. Those willing to make the drive to Tampa Bay will also be able to watch the Tampa Bay Rays of the MLB, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers of the NFL, and the Tampa Bay Lightning of the NHL.
There are plenty of restaurants in Daytona Beach that cater to a variety of tastes. Whether you want to savor the seafood of Caribbean Jack’s, steaks from Hyde Park Prime Steakhouse, or a cold beverage from Daytona Taproom, Daytona Beach has a restaurant for you and your culinary preferences.
No one knows how to celebrate Independence Day weekend quite like NASCAR! Enjoy the pageantry and patriotism that will accompany the Coke Zero Sugar 400. Then, get ready for thrills and excitement as drivers battle three-wide in a nail-biter of a race to the finish.
Interstate 95, Highway 1, and A1A all parallel the Florida coast and go through or near Daytona Beach. Many travelers to the Daytona Beach area are unaware that they can actually drive directly on some sections of the beachfront. This may be an option if you're driving a smaller motorhome or are planning to unhitch your tow vehicle for a day of exploring.
Motorhomes are divided into Class A, B, and C vehicles. On average expect to pay $185 per night for Class A, $149 per night for Class B and $179 per night for Class C. Towable RVs include 5th Wheel, Travel Trailers, Popups, and Toy Hauler. On average, in Daytona Beach, FL, the 5th Wheel trailer starts at $70 per night. Pricing for the Travel Trailer begins at $60 per night, and the Popup Trailer starts at $65 per night.Do you need to be a certain age to rent an RV in Daytona Beach?
Yes. The minimum age is 25 to be eligible to get an RV Rental in Daytona Beach from RVshare.Does RVshare have emergency roadside assistance?
Yes. Every RV rental booked through RVshare receives 24/7 emergency roadside assistance.Does RVshare offer one way RV rentals in Daytona Beach?
Yes. Prior to renting any RV, check with the owner since not all will offer this particular option.