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The best campervan rentals in Florida

The city of Miami is known for its Latin-American cultural influences, notable arts scene, upscale South Beach and Orlando's famed theme parks like Walt Disney World. The state's proximity to the ocean influences many aspects of Florida’s daily life and campervan rentals are extremely popular here.

With so many distinct places and experiences, Florida is well worth taking the time to explore. Whether you want to get up close to an alligator, discover an underwater world, or ride a horse across white sands, Florida is packed with opportunities for adventure. The sun-kissed state is a natural playground just begging to be explored, from the lush Everglades to the glistening coastline and beyond, so leave the glamorous cities and thrilling theme parks behind for an adventure in the great outdoors. 

Everglades National Park is the only place on Earth where both freshwater-loving alligators and salt-water crocodiles co-exist. This subtropical wilderness of wetlands can be explored on a high-octane airboat ride to spot the reptiles up close. Alternatively, you can opt to paddle quietly through the waterways to view manatees, alligators, and rare tropical birds. Florida is filled with kayaking adventures, exploring the state’s stunning coast and mangrove tunnels. Head out after dark from Port Canaveral and you can even see the magical bioluminescent algae that turn the Banana River a glowing blue color. 

Leave the kayak behind and discover Florida’s underwater riches for yourself on a snorkeling or scuba diving adventure. The best place for exploring reefs is in the Florida Keys. Try Looe Key National Marine Sanctuary, just off Big Pine Key, to see amazing coral and some of the 150 marine animals that call this spot home, from eels and barracuda to angelfish.

Florida Fun Facts

Florida is the flattest state in America. The highest point in Florida is only 345 feet above sea level. Britton Hill is in the Florida Panhandle. The highest point in Florida’s peninsula is Sugarloaf Mountain near Clermont at 312 feet.

Made mostly of Florida pine, The Belleview Biltmore Resort and Spa, northwest of Tampa Bay is said to be the world’s largest occupied wooden structure at 820,000 square feet.

Florida’s largest river, the St. Johns River, is one of only a few major rivers that flow from south to north.

Florida has more golf courses than any other state and is home to the World Golf Hall of Fame and Museum in St. Augustine.

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