The Tampa Bay Summer RV Show will showcase different brands, models, and floor plans of recreational vehicles (RV) and will feature vendor booths, offering various items from RV windshield repair to decorative items and spill-proof dog bowls.
The show will take place from June 9 to 12 at the Florida State Fairgrounds and will have a DJ, face painting, and other activities to entertain attendants, according to a report.
According to Go RVing’s recent RV Owner Demographic Profile, the most comprehensive RV ownership study, RV ownership has increased by over 62% in the last 20 years with a record 11.2 million households, owning an RV. More so, a stunning 9.6 million households plan to purchase an RV within the next five years.
During the RV show, RV dealerships will display new motorhomes, travel trailers, fifth wheels, and other RV types, which guests can tour with salespeople attending to them.
New RV innovations will amaze people with their conveniences and advancements. Standard features can include USB ports, Wi-Fi hotspots, tablet holders in the bunk beds, and remote-control operation of various features.
Numerous RVs also have luxurious designs that include handcrafted cabinets, fireplaces, elaborate entertainment systems, wine chillers, and more. For interested RV buyers looking for comfort, some RV floor plans provide king, sleep number or memory foam beds, recliners, air ride driver and passenger seats, and more.
Admission for the event is $5 per adult while children under 16 years old can enter for free. Military and first responders will receive a $1 discount price for their admission for the entirety of the show, while seniors will receive the $1 discounted price on June 9, Thursday.
Upon entering, attendees can sign up for door prizes such as a $100 American Express gift card award to an attendee on each day of the event.
Show hours are June 9-11, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., and Sunday, June 12, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Leashed pets are welcome.
The Florida State Fairground is located at 4800 U.S. Hwy. 301 N. For further details, visit www.frvta.org or call 813-741-0488.
This article originally appeared on the Osprey Observer.