A Guide to Visiting the Florida RV Supershow in Tampa

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Want to browse the latest RV candy? Get inspiration for your adventures? In serious shopping (and buying) mode for your next RV? Then you’ll want to make your way to the Florida RV Supershow in Tampa, from January 17-21, 2024. After 38 years, it remains one of the biggest and best RV shows in the country and welcomes all kinds of campers and adventure seekers. The show is HUGE, with daily seminars and more than 1,350 RVs, and 450 vendor booths over 26 acres at the Florida State Fairgrounds. And yes, overnight camping is available!

We’ve rounded up a ton of useful info for you here in this handy guide. Information to help you find all the information you need to make the most of your visit. 

When and Where is the Florida RV Supershow?

Where: The Florida RV Supershow is held at the Florida State Fairgrounds at 4800 US Highway 301 North, Tampa, FL 33610.

When: The 2024 event is open to the public from Wednesday, January 17 through to Sunday, January 21. The show is open from 9am – 6pm Wednesday through Saturday, and 9am – 5pm on Sunday. 

Tuesday the 16th is an RV Industry-only day requiring authorized credentials to be admitted.

Tickets are $15 per adult for a 2 -day pass. Children under 16 years old are free.

Parking and Camping at the Show

Dry camping is available through the Florida State Fairgrounds. Or, you can park your RV at a nearby private campground, and drive your vehicle in to visit the show. 

When you arrive at the Fairgrounds, you’ll pay an initial parking fee of $10 per car or $16 (cash or credit card) per RV upon arrival for the RV Supershow. 

Reservations are required for overnight stays, so plan ahead for that. Overnight parking permits and super rally are already sold out for the 2024 show. 

Click here to learn more about overnight camping

Other Useful Info and Downloads

Here are some other free and handy resources:

RV Shopping Tips

You’ve probably already found a lot of free, useful content here on our blog and YouTube channel. Here are a couple of our most popular to get you pointed in the right direction.

You can also get a head start by reading Chapters 2 and 3 of our book “Living the RV Life – Your Ultimate Guide to Life on the Road”. These will help you think about and prioritize what’s most important to you in an RV, and educate you on the most important things to look for when shopping RVs. It’s a great guide to keep you on track on your RVing journey. You’ll also find lots of RV shopping hacks in our book “RV Hacks: 400+ Ways to Make Life on the Road Easier, Safer and More Fun!”

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5 thoughts on “A Guide to Visiting the Florida RV Supershow in Tampa”

  1. We have enjoyed the Florida RV Super Show for many years and have loved watching it grow. IT’S NOT JUST THE RV’S, At the Florida RV Super Show, fairgrounds you will also find a football field size enclosed vendor tables. Where we have found many wonderful fun and some FREE, takeaways to add to our own RV. Even if you’re not an RV’er, with an RV. I know you can find some wonderful fun products for your home, and I think it’s fair to say something you need. One year we got a wonderful deal on a home generator, which has saved us more than a few times, during some Florida bad weather days. It’s truly a must see under the roof or better outdoors and close up.

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  3. I am starting a lifestyle blog that will include travel and RV’ing in particular (in early stages of development). Can you refer me to the media contact for the show?

    BTW, love your Youtube channel. I don’t think I could do it myself. I’m too much of an introvert! I am subscribed and always look forward to your next Vlog. Enjoyed the remodel of “CeCe” and appreciated the Vlog you guys did on your solar set-up, among many others.

    Tom Evans

    • Hi Tom, the Florida RV Trade Association frvta.org usually has a Media section closer to the show dates to get a media pass and you apply online. Yes it’s a LOT of work running a YouTube Channel / blog – we wish you all the best with yours! Glad you enjoy our channel and CC renovation! Appreciate your kind words. Cheers!


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