Visit the Treasure Coast area in your RV Rental from RVshare! The Treasure Coast consists of a number of cities from Sebastian to Port St. Lucie. This area got its name from the treasure laden Spanish fleets that were shipwrecked close to Vero Beach in the 18th Century. In fact, some people have discovered valuable artifacts from the remains of the ill-fated ships. However, if treasure hunting isn’t your thing, the Treasure Coast offers a wealth of entertainment and recreational opportunities that will sure whet your appetite.
Check out some of our favorite attractions in your rv rental Treasure Coast FL!
Would you like to go canoeing on the same spot where Native Americans did centuries ago? Or, perhaps you would like to visit Jonathon Dickinson State Park to experience nature and maybe do some hiking? How about perusing art that is dripping with rich colonial American history? These are just three of the many places that you can experience when you visit in an rv rental Treasure Coast!
The namesake of this museum, A.E. Backus, is a native Floridian that was born in 1906 in Fort Pierce. He led a productive life and is known for his painting Florida’s rugged beauty as well as being a popular art teacher. The museum contains an assortment of Backus originals, as well as the works of other talented artists. In addition, many of the prints and reproductions are available for sale at reasonable prices. When you have gotten your fill of art, simply take a short walk to the Indian River so that you can watch the manatees cavorting in the water.
This park is named for a Quaker merchant, who was shipwrecked here in the mid-17th century, and boasts over 11,000 acres of land, where you can go biking, hiking, boating, horseback riding, kayaking, canoeing, fishing, camping, communing with nature, and more.
This federally designated Wild and Scenic River contains 13 natural ecosystem communities that include mangroves, sand-pine scrub, and river swamps. In addition, there are family campgrounds, air-conditioned and furnished cabins, and ranger guided tours to Trapper Nelson’s 1930’s pioneer homestead, which has displays of his hunting prowess.
Did you know that SEAL stands for Sea, Air, and Land? This means that these elite soldiers are trained to work in any environment and circumstance. This museum is perfect for those who are interested in all things military because it is dedicated to the U.S. Navy frogmen who trained in the nearby beaches for the Normandy invasion during WWII. It offers an extensive array of displays that includes specialized boats, helicopters, and a “man-sub” that was used by the SEALs. In addition, there are several displays of weapons that where actually used in Iraq and Vietnam. The actual lifeboat from the 2009 hijacking by Somali pirates, which was made into a movie starring Tom Hanks, is also displayed at the National Navy-UDT SEAL Museum
There are a ton of RV campgrounds in Treasure Coast, Florida. Check out 3 of the best below:
This RV resort is located in Naples, FL and sets a high standard for beauty and quality. It offers direct access to the Gulf of Mexico and also allows you to enjoy its many amenities including hot tubs, pools, tennis courts, a theater, and a clubhouse. In addition, it is located near shopping, fishing and golfing facilities. Naples Motor-coach Resort is pet-friendly and has Wi-Fi and modern restrooms that will surely satisfy RVers travelling in their rv rental Treasure Coast
This RV resort is so close to the ocean you can walk to it. Besides, how can you beat a vacation resort in beautiful Palm Beach County? This RV resort offers miles of sandy beaches, a large heated pool with Jacuzzi, cable TV, Wi-Fi, a first rate clubhouse, and modern restrooms.
This RV resort is nestled on beautiful Okaloosa Island, which lies in Northwest Florida. It offers access to the beaches of the bay and the Gulf of Mexico. This pet-friendly gated resort features full-services lots, Wi-Fi, in-ground heated pool, and more. It is a great option for an RV rental in Treasure Coast, FL.
You can always find something to do in the Treasure Coast. It is a popular destination for because of its attractions, festivals, natural wonders, and more. Simply take a quick look on Google to see what will be happening during your stay.
The Treasure Coast is host to a number of festivals all year round. One exciting celebration is the Treasure Coast Pirate Fest which features pirate themed attractions such as Blackbeard’s pirate ship, mermaids, costume contests, pirate weapon demonstrations, a treasure hunt, live music, a pirate ball for adults and more. You can also shop from a large assortment of pirate and nautical themed arts and crafts vendors, enjoy great food and drinks, and more.
The Treasure Coast offers a number of concerts that will tickle your fancy. For example, the Sunrise Theater will be hosting Ringo Starr and his All Star Band in February. As you probably know, Ringo Starr is an iconic member of the British band, the Beatles, but he has also enjoyed a successful solo career as well. Johnny Mathis and Michael McDonald are just one of the few artists that are scheduled to perform in Sunrise Theater soon.
If ballet is more your style, check out the Ballet Vero Beach and the Majestic 11’s collaboration which enables the broadcast of Moscow’s Bolshoi Ballet Live in Vero Beach. In addition, the Majestic will also show all seven Bolshoi productions, 3 of which are recorded and four of them live.
Where you would like to get away and enjoy the peace and quiet of nature, or you want to party all night long, the Treasure Coast offers what you want. Hopefully, the above list has helped you decide on taking that trip. Check out our RV rentals Treasure Coast Florida from RVshare and have fun exploring what this beautiful city has to offer!
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One-way RV rentals in Treasure Coast, FL are available, but it is not always an option with every RV owner. It's important to ask the renter if a one-way rental is an option prior to renting your vehicle.