Snag a deal on an RV and explore the beautiful beaches and scenic coastal roads of Ormond Beach, Florida and the surrounding area. If you're looking for towable campers, a popup trailer averages $80 per night, a travel trailer is around $130 per night, and a fifth-wheel trailer can be had for about $145 per night. For drivable RVs, Class A, B, and C trailers can all be found for as low as $100 per night.
Orlando, Florida is considered the entertainment capital of Florida. With massive theme parks like Disney World and Universal Studios, there are endless options for family fun thrills. Head into the city for quality entertainment like live shows, professional basketball, and world-class cuisine.
Miami, Florida is a short drive down I-95 from Ormond Beach. The city's infamous South Beach has beautiful white sand and crystal blue waves while the glamor of the city is reflected in the local sun worshippers. After getting a nice base tan, head into the Little Havana neighborhood for authentic Cuban food and culture.
Take a drive further down from Miami, and you'll end up in Key West. The last stop on the gorgeous chain of islands known as the Florida Keys, Key West is a world in itself. Live the beach bum life as you peruse the tiki bars and local shops on Duval Street. You'll find exciting and eccentric street performers at Mallory Court while the sun sets in the background over the Gulf of Mexico.
Ormond Beach is a coastal city of 43,000 people. Sitting just north of Daytona Beach, Ormond Beach has a laid-back vibe with big-city amenities. The city was first settled way back in 1643 by Quakers who were blown off course on their way to New England. They ran aground on the coast of Florida and the rest is history. Almost 300 years later, the city served as the setting for the first-ever automobile race.
Ormond Beach has even more history to celebrate at the Ormond Beach Memorial Art Museum and Gardens. The museum features locally made artwork as well as rotating collections from around the world. Outside in the gardens, there is a World War II veterans memorial honoring all who served. The facility hosts lectures, classes, and educational programs year-round.
La Gourmandise French Bakery and Pastry has been serving up authentic French delectables in Ormond Beach since 1984. Located on the main strip, Granada Boulevard, the bakery is a community focal point of culture and cuisine.
The Ormond Beach Environmental Discovery Center is located in the city's Central Park. This 2,000-square-foot park features local fauna and flora as well as a pond with fish and turtles for the little ones. The discovery center regularly puts on exhibits and classes for all ages.
St. Augustine, Florida - The oldest city in America, St. Augustine is full of beautiful Spanish Colonial architecture, cobblestone streets, and plenty of nightlife options. Stroll the pedestrian-only streets and take in the live music from local bars, cruise the harbor, and admire the trees with their Spanish moss. Afterward, have a great meal at one of the many excellent restaurants downtown.
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Delray Beach, Florida - Just south of West Palm Beach, the city of Delray Beach straddles the Intracoastal Waterway and ends at the Atlantic Ocean. The vibrant downtown is filled with world-class boutiques, restaurants, and music venues while the oceanfront has a peaceful promenade overlooking the beach.
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Fort Lauderdale, Florida - This bustling city north of Miami provides a truly unique experience to South Florida because it offers gambling, gaming, and casinos. Experience the excitement of jai alai, blackjack, and roulette while enjoying the first-rate restaurants and bars downtown. Then take a walk on The Strip, a promenade that follows Highway A1A on the oceanside, for views of beautiful, open beaches.
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Everglades National Park boasts over 1.5 million acres of coastal mangroves, sawgrass marshes, and pine flat woods. The diversity of the park is also displayed in the range of wildlife. Visitors will find crocodiles, panthers, flamingos, and manatees to name a few exotic creatures. Hike the 3.6-mile Snake Bight Trail for a chance to see these creatures or jump on a bike and try the 15-mile Shark Valley Loop Trail to the observation tower at the end.
Dry Tortugas National Park is a truly unique national park as it is made up of a string of islands and coral reefs. Located 70 miles to the west of Key West, the park is only reachable by boat. Take a tour of the 19th-century fortress and the majestic lighthouse before gearing up for an epic scuba or snorkeling trip. The reefs make for a great underwater adventure, but the real gem is the wreck of the Windjammer, a shipwreck just 20 feet underwater.
Congaree National Park is the only national park in the state of South Carolina. It is home to some of the tallest trees on the East Coast as well as the Congaree River and miles of forest and swamplands. The Boardwalk Loop Trail is a 2.4-mile trail that is wheelchair friendly and provides excellent vantage points of the park. The longer Weston Lake Loop Trail is 4.4 miles long and is a great place for spotting birds and otters. When you're finished in the park, drive into the state capital, Columbia, and indulge at The Devine Cinnamon Roll Deli.
Tomoka State Park sits on the Halifax River and provides a chain of lagoons to paddle through. There are plenty of hiking and biking trails and year-round camping.
Blue Springs State Park in Alabama is a great way to beat the southern heat. The natural underground spring pumps out 3,600 gallons of clear blue water every hour. The water is collected in two concrete pools for visitors to enjoy. Hiking trails sprawl through the park where you may find armadillos, coyotes, and opossums.
Blue Spring State Park is Florida's premier manatee refuge. Enjoy these fantastic creatures year-round as the spring waters stay a consistent 72 degrees. There are excellent spots for snorkeling, scuba diving, swimming, and paddling.
The Addison Blockhouse is a 19th-century plantation home that was burned in the Civil War and then used as a fort in the Seminole Wars. The abandoned home is an eerie piece of local history.
Another historic building, The Casements, served as the winter home for John D. Rockefeller. The building sits on the Halifax River and offers exhibits and memorabilia.
Finally, the Birthplace of Speed Park commemorates the first-ever automobile race in the world. The park has a replica of the original Ormond Garage as the original burned in the 1970s.
Daytona Blues Festival - This festival celebrates the Blues every year on the weekend before Columbus Day. Showcasing nationally touring and international acts from Canada and Europe, the three-day festival is a non-stop jam with amazing food and beverages.
FishStock - Another three-day festival, FishStock offers multiple fishing tournaments, seminars, kid's activities, and a boat show. Eat all the local seafood you can and burn it off in the FishStock 5K run at the end of the festival.
Ormond Rotary Glow 5K - This one-of-a-kind race takes place every January. Put on your neon shirts and glow sticks for this fun run on the beach at night! Plenty of food, beverages, and live entertainment accompany the event.
Tomaka River Paddling Trail - Canopied by palm trees, this pleasant waterway is designated for paddling only. The trail runs around Tomaka State Park and the Nocoroco, an ancient village of the Timucuan Native Americans.
Scuba Lynn's RV Adventures - This company offers overnight RV trips to fantastic scuba and snorkeling spots in Central Florida. They also offer overnight horseback trips.
Sean's Surf School - Family-friendly and designed for beginners, this surf school takes a relaxed approach to getting you on your first wave. Enjoy the sites and sounds of the beach from beyond the breakers.
Howling Owl Sailing Boat Tours - Take a three-hour tour on your own sailboat, but don't worry, a U.S. Coast Guard-licensed captain will keep you from being stranded on an island. Enjoy the ocean breeze while sipping a glass of wine on the deck.
Enjoy a secluded campsite on the Intracoastal Waterway at Indian Mound RV. Geared towards the water, this campground has a boat launch, tiki bar, and bait shop on the premises. Put yourself in the middle of the action at Daytona's Endless Summer Campground outside of Daytona Beach. Just 10 minutes from the Daytona Speedway, the campground is adjacent to excellent shopping and dining. Finally, grab a beachfront lot at Coral Sands Oceanfront RV Resort and enjoy the ocean views from your RV.
New Smyrna Beach RV Park provides free service to registered guests and dump service to non-registered guests for a small fee. Just South of Ormond Beach, Del-Raton Travel Trailer Park offers its dump station to guests for free with a $20 fee for non-guests. If you're passing through, try the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Stuart, Florida for service with a $20 fee. All of these sites are open year-round.
A short trip outside of Ormond Beach will bring you to Fraser's Mini Storage with secure fencing and a manager on duty at all times. The South Daytona Storage and Offices provides over 35 years of RV storage experience and laser beam security. The easily accessible Barracuda Boat and RV Storage provides hurricane-resistant steel canopies, a free dump station, and a free RV wash station.
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 Ormond 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 Ormond Beach?
Yes. The minimum age is 25 to be eligible to get an RV Rental in Ormond 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 Ormond Beach?
Yes. Prior to renting any RV, check with the owner since not all will offer this particular option.