For true sports fans, Autumn isn’t the time for fooling around. Sure, there’s “game days,” but in Florida rivalries, tailgating takes competition to a whole new level. Some even elect for RV rentals in Florida just to make the ‘gate! If you plan on taking an RV for a weekend of trash talking and barbecue, here are a few things to keep in mind.
Bringing a big RV to a college
campus almost seems like you’re asking for trouble. Parking on game day is nigh
impossible, to the extent that Florida State and the University of Florida both
offer shuttle services, letting spectators avoid lots altogether! When it comes
to tailgating, though, having an RV transforms the whole process into a
The only way to ensure you’ve got a
spot is through reservations, which are essential to anyone wishing to party
RV-style. Thankfully, both FSU and UF know how to treat their fans and offer a
number of spots through their own websites. In addition, many private companies
have off-campus spaces devoted specifically to RVs that are within decent
distances to the fields.
Spring Cleaning for
Getting a spot for your RV is only
the first step. You also need to make sure it’s ready for the big weekend.
Preparing your vehicle for tailgating is similar to getting it in shape for
camping, but there are a few extra things you should keep in mind.
- Store tickets in your RV ahead of time
- Clean and repair the awning
- Do a thorough cleaning before the first game
- Organize food, clothing and beverages
- Bring portable games for quieter moments
- Spray portable furniture with mosquito repellant
The best way to enjoy tailgating is making it as comfortable as possible. If you don’t have an RV for those big games, contact Camp USA toll-free today at (954) 520-0075 or fill out the online contact form, and watch your rivals eat astroturf in style!