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Advantages of Camping in Your Palm Beach Motorhome Rental at the Rolex 24 Hour

If you plan to be at the Rolex 24 Hour on January 26-27, then the best way to get the most out of that experience is to camp out. Many people choose to camp at the famous Daytona infield. This keeps you in the action of the race the whole time. Find yourself a motorhome rental in Palm Beach and consider these advantages of camping for the race.

Generous Campsites

The camping spots are generous. They give you plenty of room to park your car and your RV. Your spot is fully yours. No one can claim any aspect of it. If you have any problems with other campers, you can speak to the DIS staff. Do keep in mind that you need to keep your vehicles parked while there to keep access to the track open.

On-Site Amenities

There are many onsite amenities offered to campers. As an RV camper, there are two different types of sites. Some sites have water and electricity, but this isn’t true of all spots. You will know in advance what type of campsite you have. If you bring a generator for your motorhome rental in Palm Beach, remember to be mindful of noise and carbon monoxide. There is sewer service on the property.

Close to the Action

Unless you have access to the garage, you can’t get any closer to the action than spending the weekend at Daytona infield. You get to camp close to the race with neighbors who are as enthusiastic about the Rolex 24 Hour as you are. Take advantage of a Palm Beach motorhome rental and join in the excitement.

The big Rolex 24 Hour is a huge event. Spending your weekend on the field, camping with family and friends only makes it that much better. For more information on securing a motorhome rental in Palm Beach, contact CAMP USA today at (954) 520-0075 or fill out the online form.

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Make Florida Your Destination This Winter – West Palm RV Rentals

From bright lights in Miami to serene state parks, Florida is a beautiful, diverse winter destination. Relax on the sandy, white beaches or view fireworks at a holiday event. RV rentals in West Palm make it possible for you to winter in Florida the right way. Take advantage of the freedom of a recreational vehicle and West Palm RV Rentals. Check out these hotspots for RV travel over the holidays.

State Parks

For RV campers, state parks are a common destination. Florida has more than 3000 RV campsites across the state, sectioned into 54 state parks. State parks offer camping from primitive, woodland sites to serene oceanfront spaces. Different parks contain different amenities. Water, electricity, a grill, picnic table, restrooms, showers and a dump station are commonplace at RV sites. Celebrate the New Year quietly, in nature. If you love state parks but still want a fireworks show, some state parks throw them for visitors on New Year’s Eve.

North Florida

If you want to have a good time, consider choosing a place in North Florida to park your West Palm RV rentals. North Florida is home to Pensacola, Panama Beach and St. Augustine. In Pensacola, witness the dropping of a giant pelican. If a beach ball drop is more your style, make your way to Panama Beach City.

Central Florida

If you can reserve a campsite, Central Florida is the center to Florida’s famed theme parks, conveniently positioned in Orlando. Watch fireworks at the Magic Kingdom, have a buffet with Disney-Pixar characters or head to the Hard Rock Café for a party. Investing in RV rentals in West Palm gives you the freedom to experience the winter holiday however you want.

When you’re ready to hit the road, West Palm RV Rentals are readily available. Contact Camp USA today at (954) 520-0075 or fill out the form online.

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How to Maintain Your RV – RV Service in South Florida

When it comes to maintaining your RV, there are a few different steps. No matter what time of year it is or how often you use your vehicle, contacting an RV service in South Florida is crucial. You want to know that your RV is in good shape. Seeking reputable and experienced professionals is best when it comes to receiving superior RV service in South Florida.

Perform Regular Maintenance

Regular maintenance involves finding a South Florida RV service to consistently maintain your motorhome. A professional can inspect, diagnose and protect your RV from damages. Having routine oil changes, tire checks, fuel and coolant replacements and more can help prevent other issues down the road so to speak.

Winterize Your RV

As the weather cools down, you need to think about winterizing. This is especially true if you don’t plan to use your RV regularly in the winter. An RV service in South Florida should be able to help with winterizing. Here are some of the steps you should take to maintain your RV when not in use:

• Use antifreeze
• Inspect seams, roof and windows
• Inspect skylight covers and vent covers
• Place tennis ball under wiper cover to avoid freezing wiper blades
• Monitor battery fluid
• Spray Trailer connector with WD-40 and wrap in plastic bag

Most of these steps will keep your RV maintained when not in use.

Prepare for Cold Weather Use

If you plan to use your RV in colder weather, then there are still steps that you should take to care for it.

• Insulate your RV
• Invest in vent covers
• Use an RV skirt
• Use antifreeze
• Get a tune up

RV service in South Florida is crucial if you plan to use your RV in the winter. Have a tune-up or regular maintenance performed. In the winter you rely heavily on your battery, so make sure to have it checked.

No matter if you use your RV all the time or put it up for the winter, you should follow these tips. For more information contact CAMP USA today at (954) 520-0075 or fill out the online contact form.

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Common Questions About RV Consignment in Miami With CAMP USA

If you don’t use your RV all year round, you might be interested in Miami RV consignment. Consignment programs, like the one offered from CAMP USA, allow you to make money off of your RV when you’re not using it. Before you make the decision however, here are some common questions you might have.

Does CAMP USA Screen Renters?

CAMP USA screens all potential renters. It’s as important to CAMP USA to have trustworthy renters as it is to you.

What Is CAMP USA’s Smoking Policy?

There is no smoking in any of CAMP USA’s RVs. The renter signs a contract acknowledging that there will be a $1,000 fine for any smoking evidence found.

Does the Owner Need to Supply Towels, Linens, Etc.?

You don’t need to supply any of that in Miami RV consignment. CAMP USA will provide all of the towels, utensils and bed linens that guests require. In addition, CAMP USA will provide additional amenities to renters as needed.

Does CAMP USA Clean the RVs?

The job of cleaning RVs is up to CAMP USA. You can expect the interior and exterior of the RV to undergo a cleaning after each use. In addition, you can expect empty and sanitized holding tanks.

How Do You Split the Revenues?

Splitting revenues is 50/50 based on the rental of the RV.

How Are the RVS Protected From Damages?

As the owner, you are required to provide insurance when it comes to Miami RV consignment. This is a protection to you and the renter. Maintenance costs, commercial insurance and Coach Guard membership protect you and the renter, in case of an emergency or problem with the RV.

RV consignment in Miami is great when you don’t use your RV all year round and would like to earn extra money on top of it. Contact CAMP USA today at (954) 520-0075 or to fill out the online contact form.

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Miami RV Rentals: Take the Best East Coast Adventures for Autumn

Autumn is a magical time on the East Coast. If you’re in the Southeast, temperatures and humidity start to ease. If you’re in the Northeast, leaves start to change colors but it’s still warm enough to explore. While you have many options when it comes to Miami RV rentals, Camp USA can help you find one that fits the needs of your trip. Whether you’re looking for mountains, forests, islands or the coast, here are some options to consider for your fall adventures.

Mountains and Forest

It’s hard to match the peacefulness of mountains and forests. Maybe you’ll hear the leaves rustling, insects twittering or animals scurrying, but mostly these surroundings offer a chance to park, unplug, rest and restore. There may be a risk of forest fires in some of these areas, and open flame may be restricted. RVs, which usually come with a stocked kitchen, allow you to cook hassle-free. From these campgrounds, there is often great hiking and birding. A few popular spots include:

• Acadia National Park, Maine
• Great Smoky Mountains, North Carolina and Tennessee
• Blue Ridge Mountains, Tennessee
• Green Mountain National Forest, Vermont
• White Mountain National Forest, New Hampshire

Islands and Coast

The sound of the water often has a calming effect. Staying in campgrounds in these areas also gives you easy access to the beach and water sports such as kayaking, swimming, paddle boarding, canoeing, fishing and more. With Miami RV rentals you can easily pack all the gear you need for your favorite activities. Whether you prefer calm or rough seas, consider the following locations for your next water-based vacation:

• Cape Cod, Massachusetts
• Cape Hatteras, North Carolina
• Key West, Florida
• Dry Tortugas National Park, Florida
• Tybee Island, Georgia

The East Coast offers lots of opportunities for adventure, especially in the beauty of autumn. As you consider Miami RV rentals for your next trip, be sure to contact Camp USA at (954) 520-0075 to evaluate your options and plan the journey of a lifetime! You can also fill out our convenient online contact form.

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A Guide to Florida’s Best Summer Events

Summertime is just around the corner, and we are ready to hit the open road in our RV’s to visit some of the best events in Florida. Whether you are looking to take a family trip or spend a weekend with friends, we have the perfect fun-guide for your summer adventure below!

Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway

What better way to kick off summer than with a trip to Daytona International Speedway for the Coke Zero 400! This is one of the most anticipated Nascar events of the year, and for good reason. On July 1, Nascar fans will enter the recently renovated speedway to view this year’s top competitors battle it out for the #1 spot!

In addition to the Coke Zero 400 race, fans can get up-close and personal with some of Nascar’s biggest stars at the UNOH Fanzone and enjoy live entertainment at the Pre-Race Extravaganza. There is plenty to do and great accommodations for those who are traveling by RV. Book your spot below before they fill up!

Grab your Geico Camp Spot at Daytona International Speedway here!

Independence Day at Disney World, Orlando

If you and your family are looking for a magical Independence Day, look no further than Disney World! Enjoy fireworks shows throughout the Park including a special Independence Day version at Epcot. If fireworks aren’t enough, there is always the epic 4th of July parade in Magic Kingdom. The themed parade is not to be missed and will be a favorite among your family.

Keep in mind that Independence Day is one of the most popular days at Disney World. Make sure you have everything you need for a full day in the park, because if they reach capacity you will not be able to return. Going early is the best way to avoid this, so be sure to take what you need when leaving your RV Camp spot.

Grab a spot for your Camp USA RV at Fort Wilderness here!

Key West Lobster Fest

Planning  a trip with friends for an end of summer adventure? Take a road trip in your RV down to Key West for their Annual Lobster Festival! Lobster lovers from all over the world travel for the start of the season in Key West, and Lobster Fest marks the date. During the celebration you will have an opportunity to enjoy the spiny lobster in a variety of ways including in salads, sandwiches and of course… a lobster boil.If you need to take a break from the lobster frenzy, take in the sights and sounds of the Street Fair. There you can shop, enjoy the sun and live entertainment with friends.

This  festival is a “foodies” dream, so be sure to save the dates of August 10-13th and to grab your RV Camp spot as soon as possible. It is a busy time of year and you don’t want to miss out!

Grab a spot for your Key West RV trip here!

There you have it, our ultimate fun-guide to an event filled Florida summer. If you are ready to start planning your adventure, get in touch with our Team and we will get you set up with the RV of your dreams!

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Camp USA RV Road Trip: Tennessee

Summer vacation may seem like a distant thought since 2016 has just started, but when it comes to vacation it is never to early to plan. Although Florida offers incredible landscapes, Speedways, Disney World and family friendly areas to camp with your RV, Tennessee is the summer road trip we had in mind.

Tennessee is a great vacation spot due to the wide range of actives and areas. Whether you want to get your country line dancing on in downtown Nashville or escape to the scenic Smokey Mountains, Tennessee offers it all.

Nashville

Downtown Nashville is the place to go for a great time and incredible music. Since it is known as Music City it comes as no surprise that it is home to sights like the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Johnny Cash Museum, but that isn’t all that Nashville has to offer.

Grand Ole Opry. Originally a radio show in the 1920’s Grand Ole Opry is the sole reason Nashville is the center for country music stars. The venue has housed thousands of performers since its’ debut and is where legends have taken the stage and made country music history. How can you be a part of the history on your summer vacation? See a show or take a tour of the historic venue with family and see where some of countries biggest names prepare for their sets in the iconic Grand Ole Opry.

Tootsies. Once you hit the main street in downtown Nashville there are plenty of shops to stop in, cowboy boots to buy and live music from singer songwriters looking to make a splash. Where are the best spots to go? Tootsies is one of the most famous bars in the country, known as the original honky tonk. So many names in country have graced their small stage before their fame including artists like Willie Nelson and Patsy Cline and today Tootsies is as popular as ever. Tootsies is open 10AM-3AM so be sure to stop by and you might luck out and catch a set by a few country music stars in the area!

Percy Warner Park. Now if you want a little respite from the Nashville crowds, consider taking your RV 20-30 minutes outside of downtown to Warner Parks. The beautiful scenery sits on nearly 3000 acres of forest. You can hike, drive or bike through the 11 mile winding path and enjoy the incredible overlooks and wildlife Nashville has to offer.

RV Campgrounds Near Nashville

Seven Points (http://www.reserveamerica.com/camping/seven-points-tn/r/campgroundDetails.do?contractCode=NRSO&parkId=71412)

Two Rivers Campground (http://www.tworiverscampground.com/)

Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park (http://www.nashvillejellystone.com/)

Gatlinburg & Smoky Mountains

Known for its incredible scenery and as a summer vacation spot in Tennessee, we wanted to bring your attention to Gatlinburg which borders the Great Smoky Mountains. Surrounded by beautiful mountain ridges Gatlinburg is a serene location that offers plenty to do for an active family.

Great Smokey Mountains National Park. One of the most beautiful landscapes in the world, this national part offers a diverse look into animal and plant life of the area and the remnants of the southern appellation mountain and its’ history. Along with the hiking and biking available, take your family to witness natural waterfalls, ranger led programs or even book an action packed rafting trip for the adventurers in your RV.

Wild Bear Falls Indoor Waterpark. Now this a great family excursion for your summer vacation. Wild Bear Falls is a mountain themed indoor water park equipped with great water slides for all ages, a water-themed tree house and everyone’s favorite lazy river. The semi-supervised park allows parents to relax by the pools with the kids close by. With more than 60,000 square feet of heated water, Wild Bear is a great option for your family year round, but in summertime it will be a nice retreat to enjoy on those hot days.

Gatlinburg Space Needle. Gatlinburg, Tennessee is home to an incredible glass elevator that travels 400 feet upwards toward the sky. Once you’ve stopped at the top you can step out and view the Great Smoky Mountains without obstructions. The panoramic view will allow you to take in Mount LeConte, the tallest mountain in the Eastern US. Along with the breath taking sights the Gatlinburg Space Needle now offers info on the cities own history and of course the Smoky mountains. Bringing a camera is a must as this will be a picture perfect opportunity to get your summer vacation photo!

RV Campgrounds Near Gatlinburg and Smoky Mountains

Adventure Bound Camping Resorts (http://www.abgatlinburg.com/default.asp?pid=rvpr)

Camp LeConte Luxury Outdoor Resort (http://www.campleconte.com/)

Twin Creek RV Resort (http://twincreekrvresort.com/)

So, now that you have your RV road trip to Tennessee laid out it is time to book your rental and look forward to your travels this summer!