Tampa Bay Fall RV Show

November 7-10 2019 Florida State Fairgrounds

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Show Details

  • Location

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

  • Dates

    November 7 – 10, 2019

  • Hours

    9:00 am – 5:00 pm (Thursday – Saturday)
    11:00 am – 5:00 pm (Sunday)

  • Admission

    Adults – $ 5.00
    Children – 16 and under are FREE

  • Discounts / Coupons

    $ 1.00 Off Admission:*

    Seniors – Thursday, November 7th
    Military / 1st Responders – All days of the show
    Metropolitan Ministries – All days of the show
    (Bring in a canned food item)

    Click Here for Coupon 

    *Not valid with other discounts

  • Participating RV Dealers

    Arrow RV
    General RV
    Gerzeny’s RV World
    Lazydays RV

    Tampa RV

  • Parking

    $ 8.00 per car
    $ 14.00 per RV

  • Pets

    Welcome!!  Must be kept on a leash or in a carrier and you clean up after them.

  • Door Prizes

    2 – $ 100.00 Gift Cards given away daily

  • Attendance

    2018 Attendance – 7,761


    For Exhibitor Booth Contract, click here.

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