RV Rental in Florida Tampa to Key West (Plus RV Tour)

When we flew to Tampa for the RV Supershow, we ditched the idea of a hotel and spent two weeks in a rental RV in Florida, and drove it from Tampa to Key West and back again.

Join us for our RV rental road trip to the Florida Keys, and we’ll tell you all about it. We’ll give you a tour of the RV, share what we liked, what we didn’t, and what we learned.

OK, let’s start with the RV – it’s a Class B plus (wide body) with no slides. The model is a 2015 Winnebago Trend 24L. Let’s give you an overview of the inside.

Our Florida RV Rental Vehicle

Our rental RV also came equipped with a kitchen kit that included pots, pans, plates, silverware, cups, kitchen towels and a coffee maker. Also oven mitts, tea towels and a roll of paper towels.

Kitchen Area

We really liked the blackout curtain around the bed for privacy, which worked well. This is especially handy if you and your travel companions are on different sleep schedules.

The Bed / Sleeping areas

This Winnebago Trend had a dry bath. Meaning that the toilet is not located inside the shower area, so it stays dry when you take a shower.


We drove over 1,200 miles in the two weeks we had this rented RV. Being a mix of city and highway driving, that equated to over 30 hours of time behind the wheel.

Driving Our Florida RV Rental

We found the power to be quite good, even zippy by RV standards. Fuel economy around town was around 9 mpg.

What We Liked About Driving our Rental RV 

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