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Roadtrip with RVshare Charlotte to Miami

Head down one of America's most well-traveled stretches of road when you travel from the quintessential southern city of Charlotte to the cultural melting pot of Miami. Along the way, you'll pass through some of the nation's most historic cities while gazing out at beautiful natural scenery. The route from Charlotte to Miami is an easy stretch of highway with plenty of rewards to make it worth your time. Here's what you need to know to plan the perfect road trip itinerary from the Queen City to the Magic City.

Charlotte to Miami Road Trip Itinerary

  • Trip Length: 11 hours
  • Mileage: 725 miles
  • Fun Fact: The halfway point between Charlotte and Miami is the town of Yulee, Florida. Yulee is considered to be part of the Jacksonville metropolitan area.

Nearby National Parks

Congaree National Park 

Featuring over 26,000 acres, Congaree National Park is where the Congaree and Wateree rivers overflow onto a low-lying hardwood forest. The result is an incredibly lush forest area with towering tree canopies. You'll love stretching your legs on the 2.5-mile boardwalk and traversing the varied biodiversity of this South Carolina treasure.

Everglades National Park 

Visiting Everglades National Park helps provide the perfect ending to your Charlotte to Miami road trip. You'll find this Florida gem at the end of your journey, located just to the southwest of Miami. As the largest subtropical wilderness area in the country, you'll discover a diverse landscape full of unique wildlife viewing opportunities. Take an airboat tour, head out on a kayak or set off on foot to find alligators, manatees, panthers and a variety of bird species. Kids will particularly love the sense of adventure that Everglades National Park inspires.

Nearby State Parks

Skidaway Island State Park 

Conveniently located near historic Savannah, this state park is situated along the Skidaway narrows. Visitors will find trails that journey through maritime forestland and salt marshes. A boardwalk and observation tower make it easy to take in the sights and sounds of this natural area. Animals to keep an eye out for include deer, raccoons, egrets and fiddler crabs. Skidaway Island State Park is a great choice for your camping needs, providing RV sites with sewer hookups and open-air picnic shelters.

Jekyll Island State Park 

Jekyll Island State Park can be found on a tranquil barrier island located off of the southeastern coast of Georgia. This state park provides a relaxing respite from road trip life. A canopy of live oak trees greets you when you arrive on this island paradise, setting the tone for your visit. The newly refreshed ocean promenade gives you easy beach accessibility while a marina provides the services that you need to get out on the water.

Amelia Island State Park 

Amelia Island State Park is located 7 miles north of Little Talbot Island State Park on SR A1A, or just 8 miles south of Fernandina Beach on Amelia Island. The convenient access and vast recreational opportunities make it a good choice if you want to get active while planning your road trip itinerary from Charlotte to Miami. Popular activities include hiking, fishing, swimming and horseback riding. With over 200 acres of wilderness, it's easy to find your own private area to immerse yourself in the beauty of Mother Nature.

Along the Way

Springdale Race Course 

Located in Camden, South Carolina, this famous race course is home to Kershaw County's famous steeplechase race, known as the Carolina Cup. On the grounds of the course, you'll also find the interesting National Steeplechase Museum. Even if you're not visiting during a race, there's plenty to do at this internationally known horse mecca.

Castillo de San Marcos National Monument 

History buffs will appreciate the educational opportunities provided at the Castillo de San Marcos National Monument. This fort was constructed between 1672 and 1695 by the Spanish settlers with the intention of providing protection to the new territory from pirates and British invaders. Make a day out of it by exploring the markets and monuments of St. Augustine while you're in the area.

Busch Wildlife Sanctuary 

Animal enthusiasts will delight in a visit to the Busch Wildlife Sanctuary. Located in Jupiter, Florida, this animal sanctuary puts you up close and personal with Florida's native wildlife. The sanctuary is a true educational experience with a variety of exhibits and programs designed to introduce you to Florida's critters.

Rosemary Square 

Shop 'til you drop at this popular West Palm Beach shopping, dining and entertainment district. The Old World architecture and flowing fountains provide the perfect backdrop to your time spent soaking up the sun in this coastal Florida city. You'll feel as if you've been transported to Europe when you stroll through the shops, dine al fresco at the many sidewalk cafes and soak up the bustling vibe of this premier South Florida attraction.

Main Cities You Will Pass Through

Columbia 

South Carolina's capital city deserves a stop on your Charlotte to Miami RV road trip. Columbia is steeped in history and beauty, offering a myriad of attractions to suit just about any personal interest. While boasting a rich historical past, Columbia is also a contemporary city. Popular sites to explore in Columbia include the Greek Revival South Carolina Statehouse, the Woodrow Wilson Family Home, the Edventure Children's Museum and the South Carolina Confederate Relic Room & Military Museum. When you're ready for a bit of a break, Broad River Campground and RV Park is a stone's throw from Columbia. Stay the night, use the dumping station and more at this scenic campground and RV park. There are plenty of other dump stations in North Carolina

Savannah 

This charming city is a relic of the past, featuring ancient Spanish moss-draped trees, amazing architecture, delicious food options and much more. Savannah is home to some of the oldest houses in the country, with some even dating back to the early 1700s. Take a ride on a horse-drawn carriage along the cobbled streets in order to feel as if you've been transported back in time. Leave plenty of room in your schedule to indulge in the famous culinary treats, including shrimp and grits, collard greens, fried green tomatoes and low country she-crab soup. At the end of the day, you can turn to Savannah Oaks RV Resort, which boasts 24 acres of iconic oak trees draped with Spanish moss, delivering a picturesque place to relax while on your Charlotte to Miami road trip. Amenities include dump stations, free hot showers, onsite RV repairs, a swimming pool and a children's playground. You can find plenty of other campgrounds and Savannah dump stations in the area.

Jacksonville 

You don't want to miss the chance to spend some time exploring Jacksonville. This thriving metropolitan area features a vibrant nightlife centered in the lively downtown area, miles of stunning public beaches and a host of food and drink options. Jacksonville is also a cultural hotspot, delivering a multitude of museums and fine arts opportunities. Popular options include the Museum of Contemporary Art and the Cummer Art & Gardens. Because Jacksonville is the approximate halfway point of your road trip from Charlotte to Miami, stopping at Dick Gore's RV World is an ideal option. Dick Gore's RV World provides everything that you need to get ready to power on for the second half of your travel adventure, including a dump station to help sanitize your RV. Jacksonville campgrounds are also great places to stop and stay the night.

Fort Lauderdale 

Be sure to leave plenty of time at the end of your journey to stop in Fort Lauderdale. Sun and fun is the name of the game in this delightful South Florida city, located about a half hour from your destination. The beach is the main attraction of Fort Lauderdale. Snack on conch fritters and throw back a mojito while you enjoy the spectacular beach setting in front of you when you stop for dinner at one of the many waterfront restaurants. Paradise Island RV Resort, situated just 4 miles from the Fort Lauderdale Beach, is a convenient campground that offers a clubhouse, a dumping station, free Wi-fi and more.

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When you follow this road trip itinerary from Charlotte to Miami, you will enjoy historic locations and beautiful scenery along the way. If you want to travel in comfort and style, consider an RV rental from RVshare. From large motorhomes to compact campervans, there is a rig that will meet your travel and budget needs. Once you hit the road, you are protected by our renter guarantee and 24/7 roadside assistance. Find the perfect vehicle for your travel needs in Charlotte or Miami.

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