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Discover Daytona Beach, FL
Daytona Beach is synonymous with sunshine, white sand beaches, fast cars, and is one of the most popular vacation destinations in the United States. Winter, summer, spring break-- doesn’t matter; chances are thousands and thousands of people pour in each day to see what the big fuss is about. This thriving beach city is located on the Atlantic coast between Orlando and Jacksonville.
The choice to book an RV in Daytona Beach, Florida, is a great way to ensure your vacation will be one of a kind. Daytona is famous for its big, beautiful, welcoming beaches that allow people to drive their vehicles onto the beach, provided they maintain a safe and slow speed. Speaking of speed, NASCAR calls Daytona Beach its home, and the motorsport mecca attracts people from all over to witness the Coke Zero 400 and the world-famous Daytona 500. Bike Week and Biketoberfest also bring in motorcycle enthusiast twice a year to get together and celebrate their love for speed and freedom.
With a fantastic international airport, Interstates 4 and 95, and an Amtrak line that enables you to travel to Miami or any of the other cities on the eastern seaboard, Daytona is conveniently located and the perfect place to rent an RV.
The Great Outdoors
People from all over visit the city of Daytona Beach to party and lay on the picturesque white sand beaches. While you could easily keep yourself occupied throughout the duration of your trip by visiting the beach alone, there are many incredible parks and nature preserves in the Sunshine State that you should seriously consider driving to in your Daytona Beach camper rental.
Tiger Bay State Forest is a large collection of pine forest and swampland in the western Daytona Beach area. Recreation is encouraged here in the form of hiking, bicycling, horseback riding, boating, or fishing in any of the ponds, wetlands, or lagoons that dot the land.
Heart Island Conservation Area is great for primitive camping, birdwatching, and photographing the wonderful local wildlife. Black bears are known to roam here and are generally quite friendly unless provoked.
Tomoka and Bulow Creek State Parks lie to the north of town, and both have lots to offer. Tomoka State Park is an awesome place to see manatees, alligators, and bald eagles; the park is even the site of Nocoroco, a thousand-year-old Timucuan village that sits alongside the ocean. Bulow Creek State Park is great for canoeing and kayaking in coastal waterways or seeing the massive 400-year-old live oak trees that tower above the ground.
Canaveral National Seashore is a great place to visit when you rent a motorhome in Daytona Beach and has over 24 miles of uninterrupted and undeveloped pristine coast containing thousands of species of plants, animals, and migratory birds. You can even watch rocket launches from the Kennedy Space Center on the southern tip of the island, a jaw-dropping experience, to say the least.
Ocala National Forest is located a bit inland and is also reachable in your Daytona Beach RV rental. Ocala has 607 square miles of pine forest and desert-like scrubland. The pine forests frequently experience natural forest fires which are surprisingly good for the health of the ecosystem. The serotinous pine cones need to be superheated to release their seeds and birth a new swath of forestland. Ocala is great for recreation or meditation and has many campgrounds for you to park your Daytona Beach camper rental.
Lastly, no one can say they have seen all the state of Florida has to offer without first visiting the Everglades National Park. With an astonishing 1.5 million acres of protected land, you could spend the rest of your life exploring the incredible park and still never see even a quarter of the park.
Exploring the City
Not to be outdone by the rich natural beauty of Florida, Daytona Beach quite obviously has so many attractions that keep tourists rolling in throughout the year. Between the Ocean Walk Shoppes, the Volusia Mall, and the Tanger Outlets, there are hundreds of brand name shops and outlet stores for you to treat yourself or buy a souvenir or two.
The historic Downtown Daytona Beach has riverfront parks, world-class restaurants, a movie theater, and a state of the art performance art complex perfect for live music and events. Historic Beach Street has Angell and Phelps Chocolate Factory, and the oldest farmers market in Florida.
Jackie Robinson Ballpark is located downtown and pays homage to the hometown hero of Daytona Beach. The park was built in 1914 and has a giant statue of Jackie Robinson that you can see today.
The Museum of Arts and Sciences is perfect for those that want to give their brain a workout while on vacation. Here you can see exhibits recounting the history of the Seminole natives of Florida or hop on over to the multimillion-dollar planetarium.
Bring the family to Daytona Lagoon for a day or two and lay in the cabana while the kids visit the arcade. The waterpark also has a mini golf course, go-karts, a sky maze, and many other fun activities for people of all ages.
It would be insane to omit the Daytona International Speedway, perhaps the biggest attraction in the entire city. Daytona loves going fast and that much is evident when you arrive in town. The stadium seats over 100,000 people on race days, and the parking lot holds even more fans hoping to mingle and celebrate the iconic race that starts the NASCAR season each year.
Daytona Beach is chock-full of RV parks and RV-friendly mechanics and fueling stations. Due to the large races that occur multiple times per year at the Daytona International Speedway, there are lots of accommodating parks within walking distance to the stadium.
Daytona Speedway RV Park has all the amenities you would come to expect at an RV park and has 80+ foot sites for even the largest recreational vehicles. Daytona Racetrack RV Park is the absolute closest to the speedway which makes it a natural choice for those hoping to catch one of the major races.
Daytona RV Park sits on 12 acres of landscaped land amid the palm trees and fishing piers by the beach; it also remains within walking distance to the city’s shopping centers and many other local attractions. Sun RV Resort is another choice for you and your Daytona Beach luxury motorhome rental with a fully stocked store, fueling station, recreation room, pool, and some waterfront RV sites. There are countless other places to stay when you rent an RV in Daytona Beach, each offering unique amenities and features, so start planning your next break now!
RV Rentals in Daytona Beach, FL
Daytona Beach, FL is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.
There are many popular rentals in Daytona Beach. Outdoorsy's Daytona Beach 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 Daytona Beach are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Cumberland Island National Seashore, Fort Caroline National Memorial, Fort Pulaski National Monument, Harris Neck National Wildlife Refuge, and Canaveral National Seashore.Popular RV Types & Amenities
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