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Discover Fort Lauderdale, FL
With Fort Lauderdale’s average of 250 days of sunshine and an average daily temperature of 75°, it’s no mystery why the city is a top RV rental destination and haven for snowbirds, families and spring break travelers alike. Located on the southeastern coast of Florida, Fort Lauderdale is a vibrant oceanside oasis with countless activities, attractions, restaurants and over 23 miles of beaches and ocean frontage. Touring with an RV rental in Fort Lauderdale is one of the best ways to experience this sunny city.
The Sites and Scenery
A motorhome rental in Fort Lauderdale opens up plenty of opportunities to explore the variety of beaches and state parks in the area. Start your search for an RV in Fort Lauderdale and get ready to experience everything from the family-friendly Deerfield Beach to the nature lover’s Hillsboro Beach to the old-fashioned beach feel of Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, there’s a beach for everyone along for the Fort Lauderdale RV rental ride. For those seeking activities like hiking or canoeing, the Hugh Taylor Birch State Park is a must. Oleta River State Park, located just 20 miles south of Fort Lauderdale, is Florida’s largest urban state park. It features multiple trails and a gorgeous forest preserve. A Fort Lauderdale camper rental vacation wouldn’t be complete without a trip to Florida’s notorious Everglades National Park. There are various entry points to this 1.5 million-acre national preserve, and a straight shot to the west on I-595 for about 30 miles should have you and your luxury RV rental well on your way to some marshy mangrove viewing. For info on some other points of interest in Florida check out A History Buff’s Perfect 5 Days in Florida.
Festivals and City Attractions
Fort Lauderdale is packed with attractions and houses many festivals throughout the year. Book an RV rental in Fort Lauderdale during the early-mid spring months to ensure that a variety of local food and music festivals will be in full swing while you’re in town. While the rest of the country is in a slow thaw this time of year, Fort Lauderdale is warm and sunny and looking for company. On a camper rental vacation Fort Lauderdale style, treat yourself to a snorkeling adventure to the coral reef just off the coast of Lauderdale-by-the-sea, or maybe a nighttime airboat ride through the Everglades. Take a walk down the Dania Beach Fishing Pier and experience the panoramic sights and inspiring sounds of the Atlantic Ocean. A visit to the Las Olas Boulevard district provides a variety of options for local shopping, dining, or just meandering and admiring the unique architecture that defines this eclectic street.
Often referred to as “The Venice of America”, Fort Lauderdale features narrow canals and waterways weaving throughout the city. The coastal charm of this city, nestled between the massive Everglades to the west and the Atlantic Ocean to the east, provides the ability to simultaneously experience nature and urban life in an invigorating, yet laid back kind of way. The promise of friendly weather cannot be overstated here either. Rent an RV in Fort Lauderdale almost any time of the year and you can usually expect to have cooperative conditions for outdoor fun.
As a popular RV vacation destination, Fort Lauderdale is brimming with RV and camper rental friendly campgrounds, service stations and truck stops. Some campgrounds offer family-friendly amenities, including water parks and other family-oriented activities. Others offer rustic and wooded campsites with trails on site to explore. There are also over 40 Walmarts in the metro area, providing lots of location options for a convenient, economical overnight parking spot for your RV rental in Fort Lauderdale. The Everglades area also has a few wildlife management areas that often allow free or low-cost RV parking options for your rental camper, but a call ahead of time to confirm availability is recommended.
If you find yourself in need of groceries and other supplies during your camper rental vacation in Fort Lauderdale, a pretty heavy concentration of local and chain grocery stores are located along Highway 1 and also off of I-95.
When in the Venice of America during your RV rental by owner experience, eating some of the local food should be at the top of your vacation bucket list. Fort Lauderdale food is unique and often reflects its seaside location. Take a chomp out of some gator bites, sample some savory conch fritters, experience a true Cuban sandwich or satisfy your sweet tooth with a slice of South Florida’s infamous Key Lime Pie. A broad spectrum of restaurants and local eateries pepper the area, many showing off their own creative culinary flairs.
Get out there and immerse yourself in the coastal life. Book your RV rental for Fort Lauderdale today. Be careful, though. With the sunny days, warm, breezy nights and the tropical, relaxed vibes that only South Florida can provide, you might never leave!
RV Rentals in Fort Lauderdale, FL
Fort Lauderdale, FL is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.
There are many popular rentals in Fort Lauderdale. Outdoorsy's Fort Lauderdale RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.
RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby
Nearby to Fort Lauderdale are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Everglades National Park, Big Cypress National Preserve, Biscayne National Park, Canaveral National Seashore, and J N Darling National Wildlife Refuge.Popular RV Types & Amenities
What's around Fort Lauderdale, FL
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Local Hiking Trails
|Halpatioke Lake Trail||Stuart||Florida|
|Quiet Waters Park Mountain Bike Trail||Deerfield Beach||Florida|
|Shark Valley Trail||Miami||Florida|
|Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary Trail||Naples||Florida|
|Amelia Earhart Park Trail||Hialeah||Florida|
|Oleta River State Park Trail||North Miami||Florida|
|Virginia Key Trail||Miami||Florida|
|Jonathan Dickinson State Park Trail||Hobe Sound||Florida|
Recommendations for Fort Lauderdale, FL from Outdoorsy Owners
Nice place in the city limits to stop on your way to the KEYS
Nice county park with a small but nice campground. Excellent water park and mini golf for the kids at a reasonable price.
Nice county park with plenty of activities. Quiet and serene at night out in the Everglades.
Home of the Miami Dolphins and University of Miami football teams!!! This is a great place to tailgate and enjoy your favorite NFL and college teams.
Great Park with so many things to do. We like to hit the Driving Range and Mini Golf, go fishing, ride our bikes and enjoy the Water Park during the summer...!