Miami is a great location to pick up your RV because there is plenty of beachy campgrounds, it’s close driving distance to the Everglades and there are endless options about where to go after Florida. Do you want to travel up the coast of Florida? Maybe continue up the east coast towards New York? Or perhaps head west with a one-way RV motorhome rental and drive along the Gulf of Mexico to New Orleans and Houston? Whatever you decide, make sure you check out what Miami has to offer before heading on the road!
Outside in the City
Take a boat tour or an airboat with one of many companies in Miami. Get the chance to see flowers and wildlife in nature! Alligators and baby alligators are commonly seen on boat tours.
Buffalo Tiger’s Airboat Tours
The Wynwood area is known for its graphic street art. The ‘walls’ here are covered in amazing, colorful art pieces. Walk around, enjoy the art, and maybe drop-in to a craft brewery. There are also lots of great restaurants in this area.
The Bayfront Park is 32-acres of maintained greenery located in the center of downtown Miami. Take part in the activities held here or catch a show at the amphitheater. There is a sandy beach, a waterfall, a tropical rock garden, and vendors to quench your thirst. Taking a stroll around the park will give you the opportunity to see monuments such as a World War 2 Veteran’s Memorial, the Challenger Memorial, Statues of Claude Pepper, Julia Tuttle, and Christopher Columbus, and the Mildred and Claude Pepper’s Fountain. The park extends along Biscayne Bay leading to the Bayside Marketplace.
Attractions & Entertainment
Zoological Wildlife Foundation
The ZWF is no ordinary zoo. When you arrive you will be appointed a knowledgeable guide to lead you around the area. You have the opportunity to get personal with the animals and even hold them. The center truly cares about providing the best quality of life to the animals as possible. A great family activity to see local and exotic animals.
Outlet shopping, anyone?!
Visit Bayside in the afternoon or evening for live music. This is a great place to shop for souvenirs, hang out, people watch, and grab a bite to eat!
Miami Design District
History & Museums
Vizcaya Museum and Gardens
‘Villa Vizcaya’ is a former estate of James Deering, a successful antiquities collector. It is in the Coconut Grove neighborhood on the Biscayne Bay. There are Italian Renaissance gardens and the architecture and furnishings were also inspired by Italy when the estate was built in the early 1900s.
Perez Art Museum Miami
If you like modern art, the PAMM is for you.
Culture, history, good food, and even better cigars! Little Havana is named after the capital of Cuba and is appropriate because the Cuban-American population here is large. You can get by with English but a Spanish phrasebook is always handy. Sip on a mojito after taking a walking tour of this colorful district. Make sure to seek a cigar shop that rolls the cigars in front of your eyes!
Landmarks include the American Airlines Arena, Marlins Park, and the Freedom Tower.
Where to camp near Miami after you pick up your RV:
Florida City Camp Site and RV Park
Southern Comfort RV Resort
The Boardwalk RV Resort
Miami Everglades RV Resort
Thompson Park Campground
Embassy RV Park
Larry & Penny Thompson Campground in South Miami
For more RV parks and campgrounds in Florida check out Florida’s chapter of RV on the go.
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