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Trailers you can tow with passenger vehicles or SUVs. A great way to transform average cars into adventure cars.
Larger trailers that attach to towing vehicles with a gooseneck extension in the truck bed.
Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.
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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.
Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.
If you can drive a truck, you can drive a truck camper. Makes roughing it significantly less rough.
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If you're looking for a seaside holiday and you want to book an RV in Florida, then you might want to consider this award-winning ‘Blue Wave’ beach town. Deerfield Beach is a place where you can relax by the Atlantic Ocean without the usual noisy crowds which accompany most of Florida’s southern beaches. Aside from lounging in the sun, visitors can search for wildlife and take a swim. The beach has earned a fantastic reputation for its quality of water, clean coast, conservation programs, and public facilities. There are great shopping opportunities in the neighboring cities of Boca Raton and Fort Lauderdale, and you can avoid city traffic by parking your Deerfield Beach RV rental and taking the train to downtown Miami or to the airport.
Book a motorhome in Deerfield Beach so you can take a trip to the Everglades National Park. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is a hotspot for wildlife observation and hosts an immense variety of reptiles, amphibians, mammals, and birds, as well as incredible plant diversity. The 1.5-million-acre park is mostly wetlands, with stunning green rivers lined with tall reeds and a humid subtropical climate. It's also home to the International Biosphere Reserve. You can take your Deerfield Beach RV rental and drive to any of the eight entrances to the Everglades National Park. Once you arrive, you can choose from many adventure activities to discover the wildlife native to each area. To see alligators, you can take a waterway tour by airboat, for manatee spying, join a kayaking tour on the Florida Bay, or if you’re hoping to catch sight of one of Florida’s legendary panthers, you might decide to climb aboard an adrenalin-filled Jeep Safari tour.
One of the easiest parts of the Everglades to reach with your RV Rental in Deerfield Beach is Billie Swamp, which is just 80 miles away via the FL-869 S and the I-75 N. At the entrance to the reserve, you can book airboats and safari tours, see wild alligators, boars, bison, water buffalo, turtles, racoons, fish, and birds, or make some slippery friends at the Swamp Critter and Snake Shows inside the Herpetarium. Nearby, you can also take the RV to the Big Cypress National Preserve to take advantage of fantastic hiking, biking, canoeing and wildlife viewing opportunities.
You’ll probably want to take your RV for a drive on one of Florida’s 25 Scenic Byways too. The closest byway for Deerfield Beach RV rentals is the Broward County A1A Scenic Highway. This scenic road begins in Miami-Dade County and follows the Palm Beach County line south, passing through Deerfield Beach, Pompano Beach, Fort Lauderdale, and Hollywood.
Once you’ve found the best RV rental in Deerfield Beach, FL, you’ll need somewhere to park it. There are many RV parks across the state located close to the seaside and city center or hidden away in the Everglades.
Kozy Kampers RV Park is located in the suburbs of Fort Lauderdale and offers a family feel. The park offers full hookups, restrooms, showers, laundry, an air-conditioned clubhouse, and RV storage sites. In the same area is the Aztec RV Resort which also features two on-site heated swimming pools, spa services, tennis and volleyball courts, a modern fitness center and a putting green as well as business facilities. If you want to stay in Deerfield Beach itself, there is the Deerfield RV and Trailer Park which offers long-term RV and lot rentals.
Alternatively, spend your vacation in the great outdoors and opt to stay at one of the Everglades’ RV parks. There are five campsites with RV lots inside the Big Cypress National Preserve, including Bear Island, Burns Lake, Midway, Mitchell Landing, and Monument Lake. Most of these sites are very basic and only offer on-site restrooms, so you would need to bring drinking water and your own battery as there are no hookups.
For most of the year, Deerfield Beach is fairly quiet compared to its Florida neighbors, however, for seven weekends between February to March, the coastal city fills up in preparation for the Florida Renaissance Festival. The 16th-century style festival features an artisan’s village with souvenirs for purchase. Visitors can also expect to see the hosts dressed in full period costume, as well as demonstrations of jousting, Irish dancing, glass blowing, archery, and even some magic tricks. The extravagant event takes place in Quiet Waters Park which, throughout the rest of the year, is the place to go for recreational sports such as surfing, wakeboarding, skating (in the skate park), or cable skiing on the park’s 2,700-foot course.
Rent an RV in the wet season and you might want to wait out the afternoon thunderstorms at Planet Air Sports in Pompano Beach or at Mermaid Cove Shopping Mall. Fortunately, the weather is generally warm and sunny in Florida and while you’re on vacation with your Deerfield Beach RV rental, you can take a stroll in the Spanish River Park or take a boat to Deerfield Island Park to look for turtles in the mangrove swamps.