Florida is known as the sunshine state for good reason. If you are thinking about traveling around Miami and seeing all this exciting area of Florida has to offer, then there is no better way than with an RV rental in Miami. Whether your tastes run to urban venues or natural preserves, Miami, Florida, has it all right outside the doors of your rental RV.
Before choosing your rental from RVshare, it is helpful to be familiar with the different types of RVs and motorhomes that are available. Class A RVs are the largest motorhomes and are almost like small homes. They have all the amenities and room you could want and are ideal for large groups. Some of these motorhomes are elaborately customized. Class C RVs are the next size available. They are smaller than Class A but are still quite roomy. They typically have a sleeping area in the front and another in the back, and they usually have a separate bathroom area.
Class B motorhomes are campervans, which, as the name suggests, are vans that double as campers. These campervans are very convenient to drive and park. Towable trailers come in various sizes with fifth wheels being the largest of this group. Pop-up camper rentals in Miami are small, foldable campers that are towed. They are very convenient to set up and great for small groups.
A big part of a great RV trip is staying at a fun campground.The best campgrounds offer lots of activities, have close proximity to the places you will visit and are full of friendly campers. Paradise Island RV Resort is located near Fort Lauderdale and is only 4 miles from the beach. There are 232 RV sites, a fitness center and even a lending library.
Miami Everglades RV Resort is just south of Miami and situated in a quiet rural area. It is close to Zoo Miami and the beach. It has 330 RV sites, a dog park and a large clubhouse. There is a pickleball court and a minigolf course. It is owned and operated by Thousand Trails and is a very clean facility.
Miami is next to one of the most unique national parks in the US, Everglades National Park. It is home to the Everglades, a 1.5-million-acre wetlands area that covers a huge section of South Florida. You'll find coastal mangrove trees, pine trees, and sawgrass marshes. There are panthers, alligators, and manatees as well. Visitors can enter the park from three different entrance points, and there are plenty of drivable and walkable trails. You can also tour the marshes on an airboat. While you're exploring the sunshine state, check out these beautiful state parks!
If you are taking an extended RV trip, sometimes it is necessary to park your rental RV for a short period during your travels. Fortunately, there are plenty of RV storage facilities in Miami that offer safe and secure storage for your vehicle. These facilities typically feature a fenced storage area with a keyed entry and often will have surveillance cameras on-site.
There are lots of available dumpstations in and near Miami. Gator Park, Larry & Penny Thompson Park & Campground, Miami Everglades Campground and C.B. Smith Park Campground (Broward County Park) are all open year-round and have water.
There are many fun and interesting attractions to see and visit around Miami. The Everglades National Park is at the top of the list, but there are also other sites of equal interest. Miami Beach is the beach to visit when you want to see and be seen. Day or night, this is a happening ocean hot spot. The city of Miami is quite large and has all the shopping and entertainment options you could want. Ocean Drive is a great place to start your city tour.
If you are a sports fan, there are five major professional sports teams that call Miami home: the Florida Marlins baseball team (Dolphin Stadium), the Miami HEAT basketball team (America Airlines Arena), the Miami Dolphins football team (Dolphin Stadium), the Florida Panthers ice hockey team (BankAtlantic Center in Sunrise) and the Miami FC soccer team (Tropical Park Stadium).
Interstate 95 runs from Maine to Miami and terminates south of downtown and feeds into US 1. Airport Expressway (SR 112) runs from I-95 to Miami International Airport and requires a $1.25 toll. Palmetto Expressway (SR 826) runs from Kendall to North Miami Beach. Dolphin Expressway (SR 836) runs from downtown Miami past Miami International Airport to Sweetwater and charges tolls.
Florida’s Turnpike Homestead Extension (SR 821) runs from Broward County through Miami-Dade County in an arc through Miramar, Hialeah, Kendall and Homestead. There are tolls, but cash is not accepted.