The Tampa Bay RV Show June 7-10 will offer everything for everyone from beginners to seasoned RVers.

The 2018 Tampa Bay Summer RV Show, the largest summer RV show, sponsored by the Florida RV Trade Association (FRVTA) Region 7, is coming to the Florida State Fairgrounds from Thursday, June 7-Sunday, June 10.

This is a great family event for those who already own RVs, are looking to buy or just want to see what RV life is all about.

According to the Recreational Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA), shipments of RVs in 2017 were expected to hit their highest in nearly four decades. The show will feature RV units on display representing the best manufacturers and suppliers plus vendors selling RV accessories and much more.

“This year’s show will have everything from the smallest folding tent camper to the largest motorhomes on the market,” said FRVTA’s Marketing Director David Kelly. “Not only do we have RVs on display, there will also be representatives from campgrounds, camping clubs, RV resorts, RV financing, RV insurance.” And, if you are not ready to buy, there also will be companies offering RV rentals. Participating RV dealers include Arrow RV, General RV, Gerzeny’s RV World, Lazydays RV and Tampa RV.

“It is just fun to go look. It is amazing all an RV can have to offer,” said Michelle McCormick, who attended the Tampa Bay Fall RV Show.

There will be a DJ and daily entertainment, plus bounce houses and face painting on Saturday and Sunday. Bring along your dog, as leashed dogs are permitted.

The Tampa Bay Summer RV Show will be held at the Florida State Fairgrounds (use U.S. Hwy. 301 entrance).
Hours are 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Thursday-Saturday and 10 a.m.-5 p.m. on Sunday. Admission is $4 and children under 16 are admitted free. Thursday is Senior Day – $1 off admission and First Responders get $1 off admission every day.

For more details, call 813-741-0488 or visit where you can download a coupon.

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