Popular Campervans in Miami

Cruise America C25 Standard

Cruise America

C25 Standard

5 adults

Toilet

Shower

Automatic

Escape 2-4 Berth Mavericks

Escape

2-4 Berth Mavericks

2 adults

Automatic

Cruise America C19 Compact

Cruise America

C19 Compact

2 adults 1 child

Toilet

Shower

Automatic

Apollo Class C - Eclipse Camper

Apollo

Class C - Eclipse Camper

2 adults 3 children

Toilet

Shower

Automatic

Apollo Class C - US Wanderer

Apollo

Class C - US Wanderer

4 adults 2 children

Toilet

Shower

Automatic

Star RV Perseus RV

Star RV

Perseus RV

4 adults 2 children

Toilet

Shower

Automatic

Not all vehicles may be available. Use the search tool to check availability for your travel dates.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where can I camp in Florida?

What license do I need to rent an RV in the USA?

Can I rent an RV in the US if I’m under 21?

Are there any restrictions on where I can take my RV in the US?

What happens if the RV breaks down during my trip?

What are the differences between class A, B, and C motorhomes?

Where can I camp in Florida?

As in the rest of the US, free camping is only allowed in designated areas, which can include national parks, state parks, truck stops, or rest stops as well as certain parking lots with permission from the store manager.

Florida is home to numerous campgrounds and RV resorts, including the famous Fort Wilderness Campground at Disneyworld.

A night at an RV park can cost around$20–$80 (USD) per night. The sites are suitable for all vehicle types, from travel trailers to larger motorhomes.

What license do I need to rent an RV in the USA?

All drivers must have a current and full driver’s license to rent a vehicle. Foreign licenses are generally acceptable if they are in English or accompanied by an accredited English translation, otherwise, an International Driving Permit is required.

In addition to your driver’s license, you will often be required to show your passport at the time of pick up.

The following companies require an IDP regardless of the language of your license, Road Bear, Best Time and Britz.

Can I rent an RV in the US if I’m under 21?

Most suppliers in the US require the main driver to be 21 years of age or older. A full driving license is required.

Some companies require the driver to be 25 or older. Our comparison tool will show you which vehicles are available for your age bracket.

Are there any restrictions on where I can take my RV in the US?

Most rental companies only allow their vehicles to be driven on paved roads.

In addition, note the following restrictions regarding specific areas:

  • Mexico - With the exception of El Monte, travel to Mexico is prohibited in rental vehicles.
  • Death Valley - Restrictions can vary between suppliers, but travel is generally allowed. However, it may be restricted during certain times of the year. Check with your rental supplier for full details.
  • New York City/Downtown Manhattan - RVs are generally not allowed due to vehicle height restrictions around the city.
  • Canada - RVs are generally allowed; however, travel to certain locations may be restricted during colder seasons.

If you take your vehicle where it is not permitted, you will be liable for all damages incurred, and an additional fine may be imposed.

Check your rental agreement for any further restrictions regarding your RV rental.

What happens if the RV breaks down during my trip?

Most rental companies offer roadside assistance that is available 24/7 by ringing a local or free number. Mechanical breakdowns are covered by the rental company (for example, engine and electrical faults). With many suppliers, repairs under $50 (US dollars) do not require authorization and will be reimbursed upon return of the rental (with a receipt), however, it’s still recommended to ring roadside assistance for any troubles.

What are the differences between class A, B, and C motorhomes?

A wide variety of campers are available in the US, from smaller station wagons up to large motorhomes. Some of the common types include:

  • Class A: (21-45 ft) The biggest and most expensive, can be hard to maneuver if you are new to driving motorhomes but often comes equipped with additional luxuries.

Class A motorhomes are built on either a vehicle chassis, commercial truck chassis, or a commercial bus chassis, and run on either diesel or gas, depending on the type of engine.

Usually, Class A vehicles are fully loaded with all amenities and a large living space.

  • Class B: (17-19 ft) Small and affordable, easier to drive or maneuver. Class B vehicles are often known as conversion vans and are built on a smaller chassis to the Class A.

Some class B vehicles may include a toilet or freshwater tanks but not always. Class B vehicles usually have basic cooking equipment, folding beds, and limited storage space.

Class B vehicles are great for short term getaways.

  • Class C: (30-33 ft) Medium-sized, moderate storage space, and a few extra luxuries.

Class C vehicles are a smaller version of the Class A motorhome. They are built on a truck or van cutaway chassis and operate on a gas-powered engine.

The Class C motorhome generally has sleeping quarters above the cab and more sleeping space in the back. Some Class Cs also have a slide-out option that helps increase the living space when the motorhome is parked.

Class C vehicles come equipped with a good amount of facilities including a self-contained toilet, refrigerator, heating or AC and cooking facilities.

Class C vehicles are very versatile and are great for both short or long term getaways.

Our comparison tool will show you the specifications of each vehicle available to ensure you find a camper suitable for your needs.

Note: policies vary from supplier to supplier. Always check the T&Cs for your rental.

Brands

Popular RV Rental Brands

Cruise America

One of the largest RV rental companies in the US, Cruise America (also Cruise Canada) is available in over 127 locations and has over 45 years’ experience in the rental industry. Cruise America specializes in Class C motorhomes for groups of 3 to 5.

El Monte

El Monte is part of the THL family of brands, which also includes Road Bear in the US. El Monte has over 50 years of experience in the rental industry and is available in multiple locations around America. El Monte has a variety of RVs available and also offers one-way rentals between its locations. El Monte also allows its vehicles to travel into Mexico under certain conditions.

Escape Campervans

Escape is a New Zealand–founded campervan rental supplier with locations throughout the US. The company specializes in campervans rather than RVs in an effort to offer a cheaper alternative. Escape has vehicles to suit groups of 3 to 5.

Attractions

Popular Attractions in and around Miami

Everglades National Park

Located in South Florida, Everglades National Park is a 1.5 million-acre wetland preserve. The park is the largest subtropical wilderness in the US.

Within the park are hundreds of animal species and plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities, such as kayaking, hiking, and camping.

Florida Keys

The Florida Keys are an archipelago of islands located off the coast of South Florida about 15 miles south of Miami. The Florida Keys are a popular holiday destination known for their fishing, boating, and snorkeling.

Located in the Florida Keys is the city of Key West, which is also accessible via the overseas highway. Key West is famous for its sunsets and the many bars located on Duval Street.

Theme Parks

Central Florida is home to Orlando, which is often referred to as the Theme Park Capital of the World. In Orlando, you will find numerous theme parks, including Disneyworld, Universal Studios, and SeaWorld. SeaWorld also operates the famous Busch Gardens Theme Park, which is located in Tampa.

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