Explore Florida with an RV rental in Gainesville booked through VroomVroomVroom. We can help you compare all of the best campervan and motorhome hire deals in Florida so you can find the perfect camper for your next trip. Tropical fun awaits you in this wonderful city, which is home to the University of Florida, one of the largest universities in the United States. The school has served as an anchor for the town, keeping a fresh influx of visitors (who often become residents) and has helped to build a thriving community in a beautiful landscape with cypress trees hung with Spanish moss.
For those who enjoy more urban culture, the area has over a dozen museums and galleries, including the Florida Museum of Natural History and the Butterfly Rainforest. Birding, hiking, fishing, kayaking, canoeing: you can do it all here. Obtaining an motorhome rental and visiting this great city will give you plenty to write home about in this fun filled destination spot.
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High Springs Campground, located on Old Bellamy Road in the city of High Springs, features old oak trees, which grace this peaceful RV rental park. The trees provide a beautiful backdrop and plenty of shade. The RV rental park provides 45 full hookup sites, free Wi-Fi access, a swimming pool, playground facilities, a bathhouse, and a pet friendly environment. It is close to the Santa Fe and Ichetucknee rivers, where you can enjoy canoeing, scuba diving and tubing.
Travelers Campground, located on April Blvd. in the city of Alachua, is a short drive to the Santa Fe Springs conservation area. This motorhome rental park provides 105 full hookups, 42 pull-thru sites, free Wi-Fi, cable TV, laundry facilities, and propane services. A swimming pool and large group meeting facilities are also there for you to use. The campervan rental park features an on-site convenience store, tent sites, 30 and 50 amp service, and phone hookups. Long-term sites are available for RV rentals.
Thomas Center, located on NE 6th Avenue, provides southern charm and hospitality, which are hallmarks of what is called the “Sunkist Villa.” From what is now known as the Thomas Center, this Mediterranean revival-style family estate was first built at the turn-of-the-century, over a period of four years from 1906 to 1910. It's a great destination to visit with your campervan rental. It was remodeled into a hotel during the roaring 20s and a new wing was built, with accommodations including 94 guest rooms, three dining rooms, and four lounges. A favorite of brides for storybook weddings, the plantation is surrounded by manicured lawns, fountains, and beautifully landscaped gardens.
Butterfly Rainforest, located at the Florida Museum of Natural History on Hull Road, is a must-see with your RV rental transits. Everyone loves the butterflies and flowers, young and old alike. It is a fantastic and magical place to experience nature's beauty, while also being excellent for photograph opportunities with its enchanting wonderland of colors.
Santa Fe College Teaching Zoo, located on NW 83rd St, is where the college staff and students share their enthusiasm. When in the area with your RV rental, be sure to check out this attraction. This zoo is not like a traditional zoo trip that takes you all day to tour. It's actually a good choice for those with young kids. Student guides walk you through the inner workings of what it takes to be a zoo curator. There is a lot to see in a small space and the teaching atmosphere is very interactive.
Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art, located at the University of Florida on Hull Road, provides visitors with an impressive Asian collection that includes a lovely outside garden. The Café is a great place to have lunch and the museum gift shop is highly recommended.
University of Florida Bat House and Bat Barn, located at the university on Museum Road, is a fun place to visit especially at dusk during the summer. Just before sunset, hundreds of bats fly overhead, as they feed on mosquitoes and other insects.