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Guide to Fort Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale

The 'Venice of America' is one of beaches and canals and is a more laidback alternative to overly busy Miami. People vacation here for the reliable weather, boating and relative ease of access to the Everglades. The potential for exploration by recreational vehicle is excellent, with cheaper rates than just about anywhere and good access to major routes. In fact, driving is the easiest way to get around as everything is pretty spread out.


The section of beach between Sunrise Boulevard and Las Olas Boulevard is the best bit. Also, off to the north is the quieter Pompano Beach, which is an easy drive along I-95 or, alternatively, along the North Ocean Boulevard coastal road.

You can enjoy all activities at either beach, while another major pastime is to boat the Intracoastal Waterway by water taxi or Jungle Queen. The downtown area of Fort Lauderdale is less a must-do, though Las Olas Boulevard is of special interest, with nice restaurants, boutiques and galleries.

Those renting a recreational vehicle will want to head out of town to take in south Florida's main attractions. Miami is just 30 minutes south along I-95-bypass Miami to hit the best part of the Everglades National Park. Alternatively, the Florida Keys are a fine drive to the south. Disney World is off to the north.


Yacht Haven Park & Marina is the best placed RV park for the city and beach. Located close to I-95, I-595 and Fort Lauderdale Airport, it is easy to access and is also good for the canals of the Intracoastal Waterway. There are 250 paved sites for recreational vehicles, which offer full hook-ups. Sites also have a patio and there is a heated swimming pool onsite.

Paradise Island RV Resort is north of town, a few miles back from the main beach, with well-priced RV sites and easy access from I-95. This clean vacation ground is well looked after and comes with rooms for recreation and a heated pool.

Sunshine Holiday Fort Lauderdale RV Resort is located along West Oakland Park Boulevard, a popular place for RV sites. This family friendly resort has sites for large or small recreational vehicles and is well placed for heading to the beach.


The Fort Lauderdale/Miami conurbation is straightforward to navigate by road, with its grid system and major routes running north/south, east/west. Driving in East Fort Lauderdale is trickier due to the Intracoastal Waterway. It's best to avoid driving at night here and take the interstate highways for quick access to other areas.

  • Speed limits in the city: 30mph.
  • Speed limits on national roads: 55-70mph.
  • Help number: 511 (911).
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