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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 you’re searching for a place that’s got fun, sun, beautiful beaches and more, then you’re looking for Port St. Lucie, Florida. It’s one of the biggest and most vibrant coastal cities in the state. You’ll be able to enjoy warm and balmy weather all year round since Port St. Lucie has a subtropical climate.
Baseball is a popular pastime here. The city hosts the New York Mets each spring for training and is home to the St. Lucie Mets state team and the Gulf Coast League Mets rookie team. You can catch all three teams playing at First Data Field. The PGA Village golf complex is also located in Port St. Lucie, which has a learning center, historical exhibits and 54 holes of golf to play. When you book an RV in Port St. Lucie, you’ll be central to fine dining, great entertainment venues, bountiful beaches, and some of the finest outdoor areas in the state.
Navigating the city in your Port St. Lucie rental RV is a breeze, but you can always park and take the bus. The bus system, the Treasure Coast Connector, makes stops all through the city, linking St. Lucie, Indian River, Martin and Palm Beach counties.
If you love nature and the outdoors, then Savannas Preserve State Park is a must see! Located on the southeastern coast, the park is a natural area of beaches and a basin marsh. It’s a popular place for picnicking or family gatherings at the pavilions. The wetlands provide excellent opportunities for canoeing, kayaking and fishing. Plus, there are more than 15 miles of trails for hikers, bikers and horseback riders to enjoy. St. Lucie Inlet Preserve State Park is a wonderful place to spend the day. It’s just on the northern end of Jupiter Island and only reachable by boat. Once there, venture down the boardwalk to the mangrove forests where you can kick back in a hammock and enjoy the breeze through the cabbage palms, wild limes and paradise trees. In the summer, many different varieties of sea turtles use the island for breeding, including green, loggerhead and leatherback turtles. The park is also a great place for swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving and sunbathing.
Take the Port St. Lucie camper rental just a little outside the city to Stuart and you’ll find Seabranch Preserve State Park. It’s home to four distinct natural habitats and several miles of trails. It’s a great place for a picnic or a hike, as well as biking or rollerblading. If you want to take the Port St. Lucie rental RV a little farther, head out to Hobe Sound and Jonathan Dickinson State Park. There are plenty of RV-friendly sites to choose from between the two campgrounds. The Loxahatchee River runs through the park, offering plenty of opportunities for boating, canoeing, kayaking and fishing. There are also several miles of trails for hiking, horseback riding and off-road biking. To the north, in Fort Pierce, is Avalon State Park. The park encompasses more than a mile of undeveloped beachfront and provides a safe haven to many threatened or endangered species, including sea turtles. It’s a popular place for swimming, snorkeling, fishing and sunbathing. Though swimming and snorkeling should be done with caution as there are underwater obstacles left behind from World War II.
Whether you want to keep the Port St. Lucie rental camper in town or venture out, know that you’ll have plenty of places to choose from. PSL Village is a popular choice in town for the mature community. The park is well maintained, peaceful and quiet. Their campsites include full hookups and level, paved plots. Guests can enjoy free WiFi and the heated pool year round. Plus, the park is central to some of Port St. Lucie’s most popular attractions.
The Port St Lucie RV Resort is another great choice to stay at in town. They offer reasonable rates for both short and long stays. All lots have a paved area and come with full hookups. Not only is the park close to many great attractions, but there are several large fueling stations and major shopping centers nearby.
If you want to take the Port St. Lucie camper rental a little farther outside the city, Ronny's RV Ranch could be a good choice. There are ample spots for both long and short-term guests, plus the facilities are kept clean and the grounds are maintained.
Floridays RV Park is another popular place to stay. It’s just minutes from the public golf course, beach and Jonathan Dickinson State Park. Their campsites all include paved areas and full hookups. Plus, pets are welcome at this park. If you’re heading north, check out the RV Resort of Lakewood Village. They’re known for showing guests what tranquility and relaxation are all about! There’s a heated pool for guests to enjoy year-round plus free WiFi. Other amenities include laundry facilities, recreation hall and clubhouse.
Getting a rental RV in Port St. Lucie is your one-stop shop for fun in the sun! The city is a hub of arts and culture, boasting many galleries and performing arts centers. The Port St. Lucie Botanical Gardens are beautiful any time of year. For educational entertainment, there are several museums and historical sites to explore, including the National Navy Seal Museum and Stuart Heritage Museum. To catch a glimpse at some of Florida’s most gentle and mysterious sea creatures, stop by the Manatee Observation and Education Center.
The Smithsonian Marine Station houses some cool critters like coral, sea horses, octopuses and more. There’s even a touch tank on site for a hands-on encounter with some strange sea life. Port St. Lucie has a vibrant night scene and entertainment district. It’s also home to some fabulous eateries, restaurants, pubs and breweries. All this and more is waiting for you. So snag yourself a Port St. Lucie motorhome rental today!