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Miami, situated in the southeastern US, has much to offer travellers. It is worth paying a visit to the Venetian Pool – a limestone quarry which has been converted into a swimming pool complete with a waterfall and fresh spring water. Oleta River State Recreation Park is the largest park in Florida. Here, one can bike on trails, relax on the beach and swim or canoe to a mangrove island. The Ancient Spanish Monastery was originally built in Spain in 1141 and assembled in Miami in 1954. There are various events and parties held in Miami throughout the year.

The surface roads are in good condition and the city’s grid system layout makes it easy to find tourist attractions by RV rental in Miami. The two main roads are Miami Avenue and Flagler Square, which intersect in downtown Miami.

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Recommended Campervan Drives in Miami

Big Cypress National Preserve:

The road goes through cypress tree and swamp habitats. Wildlife enthusiasts can see deer, bears and panthers. Stop over in Pinecrest Village to get a taste of country life. Big Cypress National Preserve camper sites offer a place to stay overnight. Midway Campground and Monument Campground, situated in Big Cyprus National Preserve, have RV facilities.

Shark Valley Birdland:

This route is a distance of 104kms and takes you through the Everglades near the Tamiami Trail. Drive past the River of Grass and the Shark’s Valley, which is a popular feeding spot for birds. Highlights include the Miccosukee Tribal Cultural Center, hiking trails and bird watching. Shark Valley and Everglade National Park camper sites offer a range of facilities and services.

Miami to Biscayne National Park:

This route is suitable for a daytrip and ideal for people who like outdoor activities. Go for short walks or more strenuous hikes along well-kept paths. Boca Chita Key and Elliot Key are camper sites situated inside Biscayne National Park.

Driving a RV in Miami

Road network:

Three main highways connect Miami to the surrounding areas. The Atlantic coast is accessible via the I-95 and the I-75 stretches from Atlanta to Miami. Other important roads include the Florida Turnpike and the US Highway 1, both of which have plentiful petrol stations.

Speed limits:

Urban Interstate:112kph
Rural interstate:104kph
Limited access roads:112kph

Alcohol limits:

0.08 per cent, with fines and possible license suspension for offenders.

Safety:

Children younger than three must use restraints and mobile phones can only be used with a hands-free kit while driving.

Compare Motorhome Hire in Miami

Rv Hire can be organised in Miami downtown and Miami International Airport. We provide a range of vehicles to choose from, including the C25 Class C Motorhome, the CS30 Class C Motorhome and the AS32 Class A Motorhome.


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