Motorhome RV Rentals in Lakeland, FL

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Coachmen RV Freelander 31BH Ford 450
2018 Class C Motor Home

Coachmen RV Freelander 31BH Ford 450

Sleeps 10 33.0ft
19.0 miles from Lakeland, FL
(11)
$155 /night
Thor Motor Coach Chateau 28Z
2018 Class C Motor Home

Thor Motor Coach Chateau 28Z

Sleeps 6 30.0ft
16.5 miles from Lakeland, FL
(3)
$165 /night
Thor Motor Coach Freedom Elite 30FE
2019 Class C Motor Home

Thor Motor Coach Freedom Elite 30FE

Sleeps 8 30.0ft
6.6 miles from Lakeland, FL
(11)
$160 /night
Coachmen RV Mirada 35BH
2016 Class A Motor Home

Coachmen RV Mirada 35BH

Sleeps 9 36.0ft
17.0 miles from Lakeland, FL
(2)
$209 /night
Thor Motor Coach Freedom Elite 24FE
2017 Class C Motor Home

Thor Motor Coach Freedom Elite 24FE

Sleeps 5 24.0ft
19.5 miles from Lakeland, FL
(11)
$155 /night
Coachmen RV Freelander 27QB Chevy 4500
2019 Class C Motor Home

Coachmen RV Freelander 27QB Chevy 4500

Sleeps 7 27.0ft
19.5 miles from Lakeland, FL
(6)
$165 /night
Jayco Greyhawk 29MV
2017 Class C Motor Home

Jayco Greyhawk 29MV

Sleeps 8 32.0ft
18.9 miles from Lakeland, FL
(3)
$159 /night
Forest River RV Berkshire XLT 45
2021 Class A Motor Home

Forest River RV Berkshire XLT 45

Sleeps 10 45.0ft
13.1 miles from Lakeland, FL
(1)
$630 /night
Thor Motor Coach Miramar 37.1
2023 Class A Motor Home

Thor Motor Coach Miramar 37.1

Sleeps 6 39.0ft
13.3 miles from Lakeland, FL
(1)
$386 /night
Thor Motor Coach ACE 30.3
2018 Class A Motor Home

Thor Motor Coach ACE 30.3

Sleeps 6 31.0ft
13.7 miles from Lakeland, FL
$221 /night
International Bluebird RE 300
2024 Class A Motor Home

International Bluebird RE 300

Sleeps 7 42.0ft
7.2 miles from Lakeland, FL
New Listing New Listing
$100 /night
Forest River RV Georgetown 3 Series 33B3
2020 Class A Motor Home

Forest River RV Georgetown 3 Series 33B3

Sleeps 7 34.0ft
5.8 miles from Lakeland, FL
(1)
$229 /night
Jayco Redhawk 31F
2021 Class C Motor Home

Jayco Redhawk 31F

Sleeps 9 33.0ft
13.4 miles from Lakeland, FL
New Listing New Listing
$150 /night
Forest River RV Georgetown 364TS
2017 Class A Motor Home

Forest River RV Georgetown 364TS

Sleeps 8 38.0ft
12.2 miles from Lakeland, FL
(6)
$254 /night
Forest River RV Georgetown 374TS
2006 Class A Motor Home

Forest River RV Georgetown 374TS

Sleeps 6 37.0ft
18.6 miles from Lakeland, FL
$109 /night
Forest River RV Georgetown 328TS
2014 Class A Motor Home

Forest River RV Georgetown 328TS

Sleeps 6 35.0ft
11.0 miles from Lakeland, FL
$249 /night
American Coach American Eagle 45A
2016 Class A Motor Home

American Coach American Eagle 45A

Sleeps 8 45.0ft
13.3 miles from Lakeland, FL
$700 /night
Four Winds RV Hurricane 34B
2008 Class A Motor Home

Four Winds RV Hurricane 34B

Sleeps 8 35.0ft
19.2 miles from Lakeland, FL
$385 /night
Winnebago Spirit 31K
2020 Class C Motor Home

Winnebago Spirit 31K

Sleeps 8 33.0ft
22.2 miles from Lakeland, FL
(11)
$180 /night
Jayco Redhawk 29XK
2019 Class C Motor Home

Jayco Redhawk 29XK

Sleeps 6 32.0ft
8.7 miles from Lakeland, FL
(3)
$180 /night
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Road Trips Starting from Lakeland, FL

Best National Parks Near Lakeland, FL

There aren't any national parks particularly close to Lakeland, but you will have a few excellent options if you don't mind traveling a bit.

If you head about 185 miles south of Lakeland, you can visit the breathtaking Everglades National Park, which comprises roughly 1.5 million acres across Southern Florida. The park is a massive tropical wilderness that's home to many amazing wildlife species, including manatees, panthers, alligators, and many more. While visiting, you can embark on an airboat tour to enjoy a unique perspective of the huge park. You can also partake in activities like boating, camping, hiking, and birdwatching.

Another Florida national park worth visiting is Biscayne National Park, situated on the Atlantic Coast approximately 250 miles southeast of Lakeland. Encompassing about 172,000 acres, the park offers both land and sea features, including shallow-water shipwrecks, a wonderful art gallery, and much more. The park is most known as one of the best destinations for scuba diving and snorkeling in the country, providing opportunities to observe bottlenose dolphins and various other sea species.

Dry Tortugas National Park is located about 375 miles southwest of Lakeland, but if you enjoy adventure, it's worth the trip. The picturesque park consists of seven separate islands as well as their stunning coral reefs. These islands boast many unique landmarks and features, including a historic fortress and charming lighthouse. You can only reach the park by boat or seaplane, and during your visit, you may be lucky enough to observe the local sea turtles. Other activities you can enjoy at this remote park include scuba diving, swimming, paddling, snorkeling, and fishing.

Popular State Parks Near Lakeland, FL

One of the nearest state parks to Lakeland is Colt Creek State Park, located about 20 miles outside the city. Comprising around 5,000 acres, the park is a great destination for activities like hiking, wildlife viewing, mountain biking, horseback riding, paddling, and camping. Visitors can observe wild animals such as alligators, bobcats, and bald eagles. There are excellent opportunities for water-based fun at spots like Colt Creek, Gator Creek, and Little Gator Creek.

Hillsborough River State Park is found about 25 miles northwest of Lakeland and is known for its lush green forests and its serene atmosphere. The park is a wonderful place for a peaceful camping adventure as well as activities like hiking, mountain biking, fishing, and paddling. Visitors can also check out the on-site swimming pool, explore the replica Fort Foster, or just lounge by the river and enjoy the beautiful weather.

If you travel 30 miles southwest of Lakeland, you can visit Alafia River State Park. Located on the banks of the Alafia River, this unique park is known as one of the best mountain biking destinations in Florida. During your visit, you could go kayaking on the river or enjoy activities such as geocaching, hiking, horseback riding, or birdwatching on the park's extensive trail network.

National Forests Near Lakeland, FL

Although Lakeland isn't particularly close to any national forests, you can visit one if you're up for a drive.

Ocala National Forest is found approximately 115 miles north of Lakeland. The forest covers about 387,000 acres across Central Florida and contains four protected wilderness areas. It's accessible to RVs, and the Salt Springs campground offers full hookups. The forest features over 600 bodies of water, including numerous ponds, lakes, and springs as well as two rivers. Visitors can enjoy a wide variety of recreational activities throughout the forest, like snorkeling, wildlife viewing, canoeing, kayaking, waterskiing, and fishing. The area boasts quite a few scenic hiking trails as well, such as the popular St. Francis Trail Loop and Timucuan Trail.

Must-see Monuments and Landmarks Near Lakeland, FL

While there aren't many national sites around Lakeland, you'll have a few excellent options if you travel outside of the city.

One of the closest national sites to Lakeland is the De Soto National Memorial, located about 75 miles southwest of the city. The memorial, which was created in 1948, commemorates Hernando de Soto's arrival in Florida in the mid-16th century. The parking lot can't accommodate larger RVs, so alternate transportation is advised. The site features a fascinating living history museum, and the surrounding park is a great destination for activities like hiking, boating, or lounging on the beach.

Situated about 120 miles northeast of Lakeland, Canaveral National Seashore is a gorgeous natural area that boasts 25 miles of pristine beaches with breathtaking ocean views. During your visit, you can hike along the seashore, sunbathe on the beach, or head out into the water for a memorable day of paddling. RV parking is limited, so plan ahead.

Another unique national site worth visiting is Fort Matanzas National Monument, which you can see roughly 150 miles northeast of Lakeland along the Atlantic Coast. Dating back to 1742, the monument was built to protect St. Augustine from attacks along the Matanzas River. Today, visitors can explore the amazing remains of the fort while enjoying the stunning views of the area. On weekends, the monument often features live re-enactments of a historic attack on the fort. There isn't RV parking at the visitor center, so you'll want to use a car or other transportation.

RVshare’s Top Picks for Nearby RV Parks & Campgrounds

One quality campground to consider near Lakeland is Camp Margaritaville RV Resort and Cabana Cabins, located in nearby Auburndale, FL. The campground has 183 RV campsites available for between $72 and $200 per night. These campsites offer oversized RV pads and full RV hookups, and they can accommodate RVs of all sizes. There are also plenty of amenities, including a brand-new pool with a waterslide, a hot tub, showers, laundry facilities, and nearby access to several awesome theme parks.

If you're seeking luxury and enjoy golfing, you should certainly consider staying at the upscale Torrey Trails RV & Golf Resort. The beautiful campground, located in Bowling Green, FL, has 368 RV campsites priced at $79 per night. Weekly and monthly rates are also available. This modern resort is only available to guests over the age of 55 and provides many luxurious amenities, like its heated pool, nine-hole golf course, fitness center, and hiking trail.

Another excellent campground to visit is Lakeland RV Resort, which is found in the city and offers RV campsites with full hookups. Located very close to wonderful attractions like Walt Disney World and Busch Gardens, this campground is the perfect spot for a family camping trip. While you're there, you'll have access to a family game room, full kitchen, hot tub, and pool area. Plus, the nearby lake is fully stocked for angling enthusiasts.

RV Dump Stations Near Lakeland, FL

There are quite a few RV dump stations to choose from in and around Lakeland. One option located right on the highway is Lazy Dazy Retreat, which is open year-round. If you're a registered guest, you can use the dump station for free; otherwise, you'll need to pay a nominal dumping fee.

There's also Woodall's Mobile Home Village & RV Park, which is conveniently located on New Tampa Hwy in Lakeland. This RV park and dump station is open all year long. If you're visiting just to use the dump station, you'll be charged a small fee.

Located about 15 miles southwest of Lakeland, Citrus Hills RV Park is another great option for dumping your RV's waste. The dump station is open year-round and has both potable and non-potable water available. This dump station is free for registered guests and open to the public for a small fee.

RV Rentals Near Lakeland, FL

If you're spending time in the Lakeland, FL area, you'll have a wide variety of RV rental options available to you through RVshare. With an RV rental, it's convenient to camp in peaceful, remote areas as well as popular campgrounds like the Saddle Creek Campground or Colt Creek State Park. RVshare offers various types, styles, and sizes of RVs, including travel trailers, Class A and C motorhomes, and Class B camping vans.

If you rent an RV during your visit to Lakeland, you'll have no problem visiting awesome destinations such as Alafia River State Park, Canaveral National Seashore, and the De Soto National Memorial. At these great sites and many others, an RV will allow you to camp in the area you're exploring, and you'll be able to bring any necessary equipment for outdoor recreation with you.

Each type of RV rental offered by RVshare offers unique advantages. If your main priorities are luxury and comfort, you may consider a Class A motorhome. These RVs can usually sleep between five and 10 people and tend to offer numerous amenities and lots of space. Class C motorhomes are a bit more compact, but they're still very comfortable and are more affordable than Class A options. You could also go with a Class B camping van, which will accommodate two to four people. These vans are smaller and easier to drive, but they still come packed with quite a few luxuries. Alternatively, if you're seeking a towable RV to pack with camping gear or other equipment, there are many travel trailers available to rent around Lakeland.


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Frequently Asked Questions About Renting a Motorhome Near Lakeland, FL

Do I maintain or service the motorhome rental during my rental period?

No, it is the responsibility of the RVshare owner to ensure the motorhome is properly maintained and serviced before your rental period. Just take good care of your rental and keep it clean.

Are there any special driving considerations or techniques I should know when operating a motorhome rental in Lakeland, FL?

Yes, motorhomes are larger and heavier than most passenger vehicles, so it is important to allow for more time and space when turning, merging, or stopping. Additionally, it is recommended to drive slower than the posted speed limit and to use caution when driving in windy or wet conditions.

How do I properly level and stabilize a motorhome at my campsite or RV park?

Motorhomes typically have built-in leveling jacks or blocks that can be adjusted to ensure the RV is level and stable. Some RV parks may also provide leveling pads or blocks if needed. Discuss your campsite with the RV owner ahead of time and they can provide you guidance on stabilizing.

What kind of maintenance or upkeep do I need to perform on the interior and exterior during my rental period?

You should keep the interior clean and tidy, empty waste tanks as needed, and report any damages or malfunctions to the RVshare owner. Exterior maintenance such as checking tire pressure is also recommended.

Does my motorhome rental come with bedding, linens, or other items I would consider to be personal?

This varies by RVshare owner. Some owners may include bedding and linens, while others may require renters to bring their own. It is best to check with the owner prior to renting.

Should I bring entertainment equipment or appliances for the motorhome rental?

While some motorhomes may come equipped with entertainment options or appliances, it is always a good idea to bring your own if desired. However, be mindful of any limitations on power usage or space restrictions. Check the RV listing or ask the RV owner what kind of entertainment is included.

Are there any limitations on where I can park or store a motorhome rental in Lakeland, FL, such as zoning laws or homeowners' association regulations?

There may be restrictions on where motorhomes can be parked or stored in certain areas. It is best to research local laws and regulations or to ask the RVshare owner for guidance.

What fuel efficiency considerations do I need to consider when operating a motorhome rental?

Motorhomes are not typically known for their fuel efficiency, but there are steps you can take to improve gas mileage such as driving at a lower speed, avoiding excessive idling, and keeping tires properly inflated.

How do I properly operate and maintain the various systems in a motorhome rental?

The RVshare owner should provide you with detailed instructions and manuals for operating and maintaining the various systems in the motorhome. It is important to follow these instructions carefully to ensure proper use and prevent damage.

Are any unique features or amenities available in motorhome rentals that may not be found in other RVs in Lakeland, FL?

This varies by RV owner and motorhome class, but some motorhomes may have unique features such as slide-outs, outdoor kitchens, or luxury finishes that may not be found in other types of RVs.