RV Rental Miami
About Miami, Florida
Miami is located on the Atlantic coastline in Southeast, Florida. It is one of the most populated metro areas in the United States. The climate in Miami is tropical with average daytime high temperatures 70 to 80 degrees. Hurricane season runs June thru November. With its nice weather and abundant things to do, Miami is a great springboard or destination for an RV rental.
What is the Cost to Rent an RV in Miami?
RV Rental Miami cost varies based on the type of RV, the season, and how many days rented. Motorhomes that you drive are more expensive than travel trailer campers that you pull with a vehicle. New units usually cost more to rent that older ones. Rates may be higher at certain times of the year and during holidays or special events. Some dealers reward longer rentals of a week or more with a discounted daily rate. Read our article for more information on RV rental cost. Get a written quote for an RV rental in Weston, Parkland, Pinecrest, Key Biscayne, Palmetto Bay, Near Me, Coral Gables, Jupiter, Coral Springs, Doral, Cooper City, Wellington, Limestone Creek, Bay Harbor Island, Boca Raton and points far and in between.
Frequently Asked Questions about Motorhome Rental
Is a special driver’s license required to rent an RV? No, but most dealers require the driver to be minimum age of 25 for insurance purposes.
What do I need to bring on my trip?
Definitely make a list so you don’t forget something. Bring clothing appropriate for the climate. Bring enough clothes for the duration of your trip or plan to wash. Don’t forget medicines and toiletries. The RV may or may not be furnished with kitchen gear and linens. You need to ask if it’s included or available for rent or whether you need to bring your own stuff. The dealer may rent travel accessories like GPS, bike rack, BBQ grill, lawn chairs, child car seat, etc. Ask or bring your own. Read RVer’s Packing Checklist from A-to-Z for a list of items for an RV trip.
Top Attractions in Miami, Florida
According to Expedia.com some of the best things to do in Miami are: speed boat rides, Key West tour, helicopter tour, bus tour, airboat tour, sea aquarium, South Beach, Little Havana and much more.
Best Campgrounds in Miami
According to Good Sam’s the top campgrounds and RV Parks in the Miami are: Paradise Island RV Resort, Miami Everglades Resort, and Yacht Haven RV Park. These would all be good choices to stay in your RV rental.
National Parks near Miami
There are 3 major U. S. National Parks located near Miami. They are Everglades National Park, Key Biscayne National Park and Dry Tortugas National Park. Be sure to check visit them all when in South Florida!