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Situated on an inlet that reaches far into the west coast of Florida, the city of Tampa is best known for its tourist attractions, especially Busch Gardens where visitors can experience the thrill of an amusement park and the adventure of a zoo all in one place. It's a great location to rent a campervan.

The #1 rated beach in America is Clearwater Beach and Pier 60 is at the heart of Clearwater Beach. You can fish off the end of the pier while enjoying beautiful beach views. There is sugar-white soft sand, calm ocean waves, beach slides, and more. There is a daily Clearwater Beach Sunset Festival with local crafters/vendors offering their items for sale, street performers, and live music at various times.

Located along Florida’s Gulf Coast and situated on Tampa Bay, Tampa is an important business center and is well known for its museums and other cultural offerings. Great for a camper van rental vacation with all of the attractions available. The African-themed amusement park, Busch Gardens, has thrill rides, and animal-viewing areas. Developed by Cuban and Spanish cigar factory workers at the turn of the century, the historic neighborhood of Ybor City is a dining and nightlife destination.

Glamping in Tampa is easy, just get a camper van rental and go on a beachside glamping excursion. Tailgating with friends and family all around Tampa is fun for all and easy on the budget. There are hiking and biking trails spread out around the city. There are even water bikes you can rent for an unforgettable view of the city from the waterways of downtown. For hiking and nature walks Hillsborough River State Park, Eureka Springs County Park, Lettuce Lake Park, and Upper Tampa Bay are some of the many places to go.

Tampa Fun Facts

The renowned Columbia restaurant (Ybor City location) is Florida’s oldest restaurant & the world’s largest Spanish restaurant. The Ybor City location opened in 1905, and 110 years later 4th and 5th generation members of the Hernandez/Gonzmart family still own and run the restaurant.

In April 1919, during a spring training game of the Red Sox vs. the NY Giants Babe Ruth hit his longest home run at the old Plant Field baseball stadium. The baseball legend hit a record-breaking 587-foot homer.

The 4.5 miles long sidewalk on Bayshore Blvd in downtown Tampa, has the title of “the world’s longest continuous sidewalk.” This recreational path used by cyclists, joggers, and walkers alike, is lined with palm trees and features never-ending views of the bay.

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