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Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.
The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.
A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.
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If consistently warm weather is what you’re seeking on your next RV rental trip, be sure to plan a trip to Boca Raton, Florida. With year-round temperatures between the 70s and 90s, you’ll never experience frost when you book an RV in Boca Raton, though, do expect the occasional thunderstorm in this tropical, rainforest-like climate.
As a suburb of Miami, Boca Raton is sure to please even the most seasoned camper. Boca Raton’s strict zoning and signage rules guarantee you won’t be able to find a Walmart within the city, so be sure to reserve a campsite at one of the local RV parks. If you’re flying into the area to embark on the Boca Raton RV rental vacation, you’ll find that both Miami International Airport and the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport are within driving distance. If you’d prefer to avoid the highways, check out the Tri-Rail and Palm Tran as public transit options.
Your Boca Raton rental RV can help you gain access to outdoor adventure in Florida. As with the majority of Florida, in Boca Raton, outdoor recreation is a priority amongst residents and visitors alike, and natural resources are well kept, well funded and well visited.
Water sports of all types are extremely popular in Boca Raton, with many opportunities for adventure with airboat rides, scuba diving, sailing, fishing charters and more. If you find yourself in need of a rest and relaxation day after your water sport adventures, relax on one of Boca Raton’s most priceless treasures: a two-mile-long stretch of pristine beach, guarded by trained lifeguards and accessible seven days a week. For accessibility, the city of Boca Raton even offers beach wheelchairs. With the purchase of a permit, even your dog can relax at the waves’ edge in Spanish River Park.
Another popular tourist destination within Boca Raton is Red Reef Park. This 67-acre oceanfront park offers tourists plenty of spots for swimming, snorkeling and surf fishing! If you tire of the water, head on inland to spend some time on the shaded playground and grill lunch on the barbeque grills located at the park.
When you rent a motorhome in Boca Raton, be sure to check out Deerfield Island Park. This well-preserved nature park is accessible only by a weekend shuttle, and features mangrove swamps and nature trails. On the island, staff members lead programs and hikes, and picnic shelters are available for those wishing to pack a lunch and make it a day trip.
There are plenty of places to park the Boca Raton camper rental in Palm Beach County or neighboring Broward County. If you’re seeking sun and sand near the beach and looking for a long-term (monthly) rental, Palm Beach RV Park may be a nice fit. Palm Beach RV Park offers campers full hookups, 24/7 staff on site and laundry facilities while they enjoy their extended time in Palm Beach’s sunny skies, perfect weather and over 40 miles of beautiful beaches in the county.
If a shorter stay is in your plans, consider the Highland Woods RV Resort. This resort offers amenities within a short drive of the beach and boasts over 140 campsites open year round. On site, you’ll find a clubhouse, shuffleboard courts, a swimming pool, a fitness center, a billiards room and more. Don’t forget your furry friends, as this is a pet-friendly resort.
If a more rustic trip is in your plans, Jonathan Dickinson State Park, located about 45 minutes away in the Jupiter area, may be right up your alley. This state park offers over 100 developed sites nestled on the Loxahatchee River, with amenities like restrooms and laundry facilities. Campsites can accommodate campers up to 40 feet. While nature lovers will enjoy the walking paths and local flora, fauna and wildlife, hikers, bikers and horse riders will be sure to love the eight-mile multi-use trail that winds through the park. Camping with your horse? Jonathan Dickinson also offers four equestrian campsites, too. Anglers will be happy to know that this state park offers multiple locations for fishing, and water lovers will rejoice in the multiple watersports offered throughout the park, including canoeing, kayaking, boating and swimming.
An RV rental in Boca Raton is a great way to enjoy the city and explore everything that the greater coastal Florida area has to offer. As a city in the great metropolis area of Miami, Boca Raton provides campers a place to call “home base” while exploring this beautiful area.
If indigenous Florida animals such as gators and snakes aren’t enough, seek out more exotic creatures at the Miami Seaquarium and Zoo Miami. Given Florida’s heat and the large size of Zoo Miami (740 acres and more than three miles of walking trails), plan to rent a Safari Cycle during your trip. This foot operated vehicle can accommodate up to 8 family members and allows you to see more of the zoo with a little less effort.
While in Miami, be sure to swing by Little Havana to taste some of the state’s best Cuban food. This area of Miami has become a thriving hub of social, cultural and political activity in the area, and offers dozens of restaurants that can’t be missed.
If indoor fun is what you’re seeking when touring the area in a Boca Raton RV rental by owner, there’s good news. Miami is home to the NBA’s Miami Heat. Catch a practice or game at the American Airlines Arena in downtown Miami. Miami also happens to be home to four other professional sports teams: Miami Dolphins (NFL), Miami Marlins (MLB), and the Florida Panthers (NFL).