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Campervan Rental Miami

Miami is a coastal metropolis located in southeastern Florida. It’s the only U.S. city to be founded by a woman – Julia Tittle – who encouraged a developer to extend the Florida East Coast Railroad to Miami, essentially putting the area on the map.

The city is a leader in commerce, finance, arts, culture, and international trade. Nicknamed the “Capital of Latin America” it’s one of the largest majority-minority cities in the United States, with over 70% of its population being Hispanic.

Miami is known for its beautiful beaches, delicious cuisine, warm climate, Cuban coffee, and its Latin-American influences. It welcomes over 14 million tourists a year with over 10% of its workforce working in the tourism industry.

A city of contradictions, Miami is mostly man-made but also features some of the world’s most beautiful natural attractions in the Everglades National Park and Biscayne National Park.

Getting there

  • By car: There are several major highways in and around Miami including Interstate 95 which runs from Maine to Miami, where it terminates just south of downtown.

Miami can be difficult to acclimate to as a driver due to its congestion but once you understand the city’s grid system you’ll be better positioned to drive around with less stress.

  • By plane: The Miami International Airport services Miami and its surroundings. It’s located 8 miles northwest of downtown Miami and hosts flights both international and domestic.
  • By train: Located close to downtown Miami, the Miami Amtrak station serves as the southern terminus for the Silver Meteor and Silver Star routes. There are two daily services to and from Miami.

Places to Visit

  • Miami Beach: When you think of Miami, odds are you’re picturing white-sand beaches and shining sun. This is why a trip to Miami Beach is a must if you’re in the area. Catch some rays on the sand or have a frolic in the waves. The beach has plenty of food and entertainment venues nearby as well.
  • Bayside Marketplace: Located along Miami’s waterfront, the Bayside Marketplace sports over 150 tourist and specialty shops primed for browsing. Many locals and tourists alike frequent the market to soak up the atmosphere and admire the bay.
  • Everglades National Park: The Everglades National Park is just a short drive from Miami. Covering 1.5 million acres of swampland, it’s home to snakes, alligators, crocodiles, and a host of birds. Walk along a trail to view the area’s wildlife or hop a high-speed airboat to see the park in style.


Rates for street parking in the city can range between $2 to $4 per hour. As a rule of thumb, everything south of 23rd Street will charge $4 per hour for street parking and $2 per hour for parking lots. Enforcement times are between 9 am and 3 am.

Miami is host to a number of parking garages. Rates typically range from $28 to $30 for 24 hours when parking in a complex.

Annual Events in Miami

  • Miami Beach Pride: Set in March/April, Miami Beach Pride is a nine-day celebration that brings together members of the LGBTQ+ community and their allies for special events, dance parties, social mixers, and a Pride Parade. Whether you’re part of the queer community or a staunch ally, this celebration is not to be missed.
  • Ultra Music Festival: Held in late March each year, the Ultra Music Festival attracts over 70,000 music lovers annually. If you’re a fan of high-energy dancing with a splash of pyrotechnics, lasers, and confetti, then this is the festival for you.
  • Calle Ocho Music Festival: Carnaval Miami and the Calle Ocho Music Festival is the largest Hispanic festival in the United States. An annual tradition, it brings people together to celebrate the city’s vibrant Caribbean and Latin cultures on the streets of Little Havana.

Camping in Miami

  • Sunshine Holiday RV Resort: Located northwest of Fort Lauderdale, this resort is operated by Thousand Trails and perches on the shore of a private lake. Featuring spacious RV pads and picnic tables to enjoy outdoor meals, this RV park is one of the best in the area. Pricing varies depending on your dates of travel and their website has an easy-to-use booking system.
  • Paradise Island RV Resort: Located just outside Fort Lauderdale, this resort is only four miles from the beach. Paradise Island RV Resort is known for its size and the fact it’s independently owned. Rates range from $50 to $57 per night.
  • Yacht Haven Park & Marina: Just ten minutes away from the beach, Yacht Haven Park & Marina is located in the southern section of Fort Lauderdale. Rates will vary based on your time of travel as well as the features of each RV pad.

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