4 Tips For Rallying At The Florida RV SuperShow
An RV Rally is an opportunity for RVers to come together in revelry and camaraderie. If you’re new to RVing, attending an RV rally is an excellent way to exchange tales from the road with veteran RVers. The Florida RV SuperShow Rally is one of the biggest rallies in Florida. Manufacturers, RV clubs, and RV enthusiasts will be attending the Super Show, so this is one you won’t want to miss. If this is your first time visiting the show and staying for the Rally, here are four quick tips to help you prep for your first Florida RV SuperShow Rally.
If you’re thinking about participating in the Super Show rally, book your spot ASAP! Full hook ups go quickly, and there is a registration cut off due to Florida’s strange weather/ tendency to flood. Procrastinators may be able to get a spot at the last minute, but it depends on too many variables falling into place.
Create a Game Plan
After you check in at the registration desk and get settled at your campsite, go over the rally itinerary. There are a ton of activities scheduled throughout the day. Donuts and coffee in the morning, a social in the afternoon and usually some live music at night. If you want to attend the show and go sightseeing too, it’s a good idea to plan ahead so you can block out time for everything on your list.
Greet Your Neighbors
If you keep an open mind, you will make a ton of new friends at the rally socials and even just walk around the campground, but it’s always a good idea to say hello to your neighbors first. Why not break the ice by inviting them over for snacks?
BYOB / BYOF
While most of the scheduled rally socials provide beverages and snacks, just about everyone returns to the campground for happy hour around 4:00 pm. Don’t be the person who shows up empty handed. Whip up your great dip or your favorite cocktail to share with the group.
Is there a tip that you would add to our list? Please, share it in the comments below and check out this video from last year’s Florida RV SuperShow shot by Half Yard Productions.