Here's some various photos taken while on my friends boat in and around the Miami and South Beach waterfront. We are staying at a Broward County RV park about 18 miles north. It's high season in February so rv parks are booked full and traffic is very heavy. But, the ocean is great!! Don't even think about touring Miami in your rv if it isn't a class B or smaller. Think Los Angeles rush hour traffic all the time! And, no parkings spaces for rv size rigs of any type. I recommend rv camping north of Miami or south in the Keys and then using your toad or even a rental car to visit Miami and all it's glitter and international glamor if that is interesting to you. Visit South Beach, Lincoln Road and Coconut Grove while your are here and drive through some of the older established and very tropical looking island homes here while on your Florida RV Trip. Kayaking would be great. Can anyone recommend campgrounds??