Book A Campervan
When you need a Daytona Beach campervan rental, look towards Escape Campervans. Our Orlando campervan rental location is close by and the perfect place to kick off your next journey. By booking your van in Orlando, you’re just a short drive to the Tosohatchee Wildlife Management Area, Charles H Bronson State Forest, or the Everglades National Park. Or drive off on a transcontinental road trip in your multi-functional campervan.
The Nearest Campervan Rental Location from Daytona Beach is in Orlando
Address: 5300 South Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando, FL 32839
Why Choose A Campervan Rental For Your Next Vacation
You don’t know road-tripping until you bring along your Daytona Beach campervan rental. Camp at a campsite without worrying about rainy weather. Then, head off to anywhere you want on your own time frame. With an Escape Campervan, you’re vacationing as you see fit, knowing that each campervan vacation is epically different.
Of course, you’ll need an awesome campervan for an epic campervan road trip All our campers are intuitive to drive and are equipped with a queen-sized bed, a propane stove in the rear kitchen, and an awesome exterior. Unlike a bulky RV, campervans operate like any car and should be able to park on most tent camping sites. You can even disperse camp in your Escape campervan — just take extra care to abide by the Leave No Trace ideals.
The kitchen fitout in the back of our Mavericks model.
What Daytona Beach Campervan Rental Will You Choose?
You will have plenty of models when picking out your Daytona Beach campervan rental. Most choices come down to campervan size, storage, and what you intend to do.
The Mavericks campervan is our most in-demand model. With the Mavericks, there’s a soft queen-size bed, a foldable table and benches, a 2-burner propane stove, a built-in fridge, and a sink. It’s a go-to pick if you want a short trip to Tosohatchee Wildlife Management Area. Or, the Mavericks also is large enough for a longer camping excursion to the Everglades National Park. Add on a rooftop sleeper, and a family of five all have a place to sleep.
The Big Sur campervan sits a bit larger than the Mavericks and gives you more room for your friends and family. You still get a full kitchen in the back, but you won’t have to fold the back seats for your queen-size bed. The Big Sur is perfect if you need a little extra storage space or a comfy ride for longer adventures further away.
Want a deluxe bedding set, picnic table, or canopy for your Daytona Beach campervan rental? Look at all the extras and accessories that you can earmark for your trip. And rest assured, you’ll get friendly customer care and around-the-clock roadside assistance as complimentary services!
About Everglades National Park
The freshwaters of the Big Cypress Swamp, essential to the health of the neighboring Everglades, support the rich marine estuaries along Florida’s southwest coast. Conserving over 729,000 acres of this vast swamp, Big Cypress National Preserve contains a mixture of tropical and temperate plant communities that are home to diverse wildlife, including the Endangered Florida panther.
Everglades National Park is open 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. Park entrance is always open but staffed from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Everglades National Park
Sunday: All Day
Monday: All Day
Tuesday: All Day
Wednesday: All Day
Thursday: All Day
Friday: All Day
Saturday: All Day
Directions For Your Daytona Beach Camper Van Rental In Orlando
Starting your road trip in Orlando. Go to South Orange Blossom Trail, by the Orlando International Airport. The quickest way to get to the depot from Daytona Beach is on I-4 and offramp at the Exit 80 ramp. Go until you hit 5300 South Orange Blossom Trail, and you can leave your ride at the parking garage at 50 W. Grant St. A lot of our renters book a rideshare option, like Lyft or Uber, to the depot.
Where To Go After You Pick Up Your Daytona Beach Campervan Rental
Once you get the keys to your van in Orlando, you can visit Tosohatchee Wildlife Management Area by using FL-528 W. Or check out Charles H Bronson State Forest that’s only 9 miles away. Of course, you do have a camper van, so it’s perfectly feasible to do both in one trip! The Escape Blog has tips and itineraries for ideas on what else is worth visiting around Orlando and Daytona Beach.
How about a transcontinental trip? It’s relatively easy to complete when you travel the I-10 route. You can return your van at any Escape destination and take a plane back home.
Claim Your Escape Campervan To Start Your Road Trip
To begin your campervan journey, rent a campervan by clicking here. Or call us at 1-877-270-8267 to personally talk with our reservations team. We’ll gladly answer all your questions and help reserve your campervan. Then count down the days until you can explore Florida in your Escape Campervan!