2020 Florida RV SuperShow

January 15-19 2020 Florida State Fairgrounds

Show Details

  • Industry Day

    Tuesday, January 14
    10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

    This Industry exclusive day is FREE and designed for RV related businesses or companies to visit the show and network with the show exhibitors.

    Click here for On-line Registration

    Must have Industry ID to attend.

  • Public Days

    January 15 – 19, 2020

    This is a must see show for all RV and travel enthusiasts. Whether you’re an experienced RVer or just getting started, the SuperShow is made for you! Offering educational seminars, daily entertainment, trams to help you get around, and the latest innovative RV products and accessories! Two booth exhibit halls are full of parts and accessories, campgrounds and resorts, tourism information, towing supplies and many other products. Plus you’ll find all types of RVs from small travel trailers to bus conversion luxury motorhomes.

  • Hours

    Wednesday, January 15 – Saturday, January 18;
    9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
    Sunday, January 19;
    9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

  • Location

    Florida State Fairgrounds
    4800 US Highway 301 North
    Tampa, FL 33610

  • Admission

    $12 per adult
    (Includes a second day admission for the cost of one day)

    Children under 16 are FREE

    Advanced ticket sales begin the 1st of December

  • Discounts

    Wednesday is Senior Citizens Day with seniors receiving $2.00 off the cost of admission (not valid with other discounts).

    All Show Days – Military (Retired and Active) and First Responders will receive $2.00 off the cost of admission (not valid with other discounts). ID required.

  • Parking

    General parking is handled by the Florida State Fairgrounds. Cash and Credit Cards accepted.

    Daily Parking Rate:
    $8.00 per car
    $14.00 per RV

  • Pets

    Mild-tempered dogs are welcome on a leash. Please clean up after your pets.

  • Camping

    Super Rally:

    Sold out

    Overnight Camping:

    Overnight Camping is available and is handled by the Florida State Fairgrounds. No reservations are required and no services are offered.

    Overnight RV Parking Rate: $20.00 (Purchased on-site at Admission Gates)

    Area Campgrounds:

    Connect to Camp Florida for area campgrounds

  • Hotels

    Host Hotel:

    Sheraton Tampa East
    10221 Princess Palm Ave
    Tampa, FL 33610
    813-623-6363
    Click here for on-line reservation

    Room rate starting at $125.00 per night
    With this rate, you will receive:
    ♦Complimentary scheduled transportation to Brandon Mall, Seminole Hard Rock Casino and the Florida State Fairgrounds.
    ♦Complimentary Internet in Guestrooms

    Make sure you mention the Florida RV SuperShow.

    Click Here for More Options

  • Wheelchairs

    Rentals (manual & electric) are available at entrance gates.

    Click here for pricing information

    Click here for on-line reservations

  • Exhibitors

    Supplier (Booth Vendors) Listing

    Click here to View 2019 Florida RV SuperShow Directory

  • Attendance

    2017 – 70,582
    2018 – 73,061
    2019 – 74,287

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