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Trailers you can tow with passenger vehicles or SUVs. A great way to transform average cars into adventure cars.
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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 are looking for Southern charm, outdoor adventure, history, and a rapidly growing commercial, shopping and business district, look no further than Fort Myers. This county seat is an excellent spot for family-friendly vacations, quality time and romance with a significant other, or a lively girls’ or guys’ weekend. The beaches of Fort Myers and nearby Sanibel await you. If you choose to book a motorhome in Fort Myers, you’ll also be able to visit a wide variety of museums that appeal to all ages. You can shop to your heart’s content at establishments ranging from kitschy flea markets to trendy retailers, upscale boutiques, malls that have it all, farmers markets, and antique stores. Your dining choices are equally diverse and include casual beachfront stands, high-end dining, craft breweries and vineyards, food tours and festivals, and authentic Cuban cuisine. You can visit a number of colleges and universities to see what’s happening on campus. There’s also plenty of nightlife to tempt the young and young-at-heart. When you’re not driving your RV rental in Fort Myers, you’ll be able to use the LeeTran buses and trolleys to make your way around the city and surrounding areas quite easily. When you are driving your motorhome rental in Fort Myers, you can monitor the traffic and driving conditions through the Florida 511 system. There are four RV-friendly Walmarts in the Fort Myers area and, considering the number of marinas, you should have no difficulty finding diesel fuel stations.
A camper rental in Fort Myers is the best way to take advantage of all that this area has to offer. Both Fort Myers and nearby Charlotte Harbor are famed for beaches and boating. You can also visit Cape Coral for even more beach and waterfront fun. There’s no better way to spend your days than relaxing on the sand or cruising in the ocean. You can find beaches where your toddlers can dig in the sand or splash in the surf, or you can find beaches where you and a loved one can watch a sunset in near-seclusion. The Fisheating Creek Wildlife Management Area Trails and the Paddling Trail are well-maintained and well worth visiting. Don’t forget to check out the Lee County Manatee Park.
As you should expect in any waterfront area, there are also plenty of places to fish. There’s also the Harborside Community Center and the Riverside Event Center where you can find company, community, and beach- and water-themed activities. You can enjoy golf at the Eastwood Golf Course or skate at the Skatium. The Yacht Basin at the marina is protected and operated by the city. Not far away in Naples is the Audubon Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary.
You’ll have a wide choice of places to stay when you explore the city with a Fort Myers, FL RV rental. The Red Coconut RV Park is a locally renowned landmark with a distinctive vintage style. You can choose from sites that are directly on the beach or just a short walk across the street. Besides the expected amenities, each site offers basic cable and Internet. There are restaurants and groceries on site as well as grills available for travelers to use.
Also, consider the Gulf Waters RV Resort. It features potlucks and monthly dinners as well as Bible studies and church services for those who wish to worship while on the road in the camper rental in Fort Myers. There are also bocce ball, cornhole, pickleball, and card and domino tournaments suitable for visitors of all ages. Take advantage of the shuttle service to Fort Myers Beach.
The Sanctuary RV Resort may be well suited for those who choose a luxury RV rental in Fort Myers. The clubhouse is newly built and luxurious, and the resort itself is near golf and country clubs. There are plenty of organized on-site activities as well as a coffee shop and café for a less structured way to relax on your own or get to know fellow travelers. You’ll also enjoy visiting their gift shop for a special souvenir.
Whether you’re traveling in a Fort Myers RV rental by owner with your family, friends, or significant other, you’ll be able to fill your days from morning to midnight if you so choose. There are museums and educational activities that will teach and tempt toddlers, teenagers, thirty-somethings, and the rest of us. Enjoy the Edison & Ford Winter Estates, the Museum of History, the IMAG History and Science Center, the Burroughs Home and Gardens, and the Imaginarium. Local festivals that you may want to check out include the Edison Festival of Light, the Fort Myers Beach Shrimp Festival (yum!), and ArtFest Fort Myers. When you take your Fort Myers travel trailer rental around the area, you won’t lack for places to eat. Take your pick and enjoy an authentic English tea, classic steakhouse fare, a world-class jazz bar, or farm-to-table plates.