Tampa Bay Summer RV Show

June 18-21 2020 Florida State Fairgrounds

Show Details

  • Location

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

  • Dates

    June 18 – 21, 2020

  • Hours

    More information to come.
    9:00 am – 5:00 pm (Thursday – Saturday)

    10:00 am – 5:00 pm (Sunday)

  • Admission

    More information to come.
    $5.00 per Adult

    Children 16 & under are FREE

  • Discounts

    More information to come.
    $1.00 off the price of admission

    Senior Day – Thursday, June 18th
    Military / 1st Responder – All days of show

    Click here for coupon

  • Parking

    More information to come.
    $8.00 – Cars

    $14.00 – RVs

  • Pets

    Welcome!  Must be kept on a leash or in a carrier and cleaned up after.

  • Door Prizes

    More information to come.
    $100.00 Visa Gift Card

    (1 winner drawn each day)

  • Patricipating Dealers

    General RV Center
    Gerzeny’s RV World
    Lazydays
    RV One Superstores Tampa
    USA Luxury Coaches

  • Attendance

    2019 – 6,103


    For Exhibitor Booth Contract, click here.

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