If you are asking if you can claim a homestead
exemption for an RV, then the answer is maybe. It depends on all the individual facts and whether the courts would consider your RV the same as a mobile home
. The Florida Statute below, sets out that certain residences, even if on rented land, can be considered as homestead protected. There isn't a lot of case law on the issue, but at least one court has discussed whether or not an RV could be a homestead for tax and debt protection purposes. In that case the Court said that whether an RV is a motor vehicle or a motor home depends on its use, as well as its physical characteristics. If it is permanently parked, the owner lives in the RV, and has no other residence then the RV, then it has the characteristics of a "motor home" and should be protected as homestead property. On the other hand, a recreational vehicle used more for transportation would be more like a "motor vehicle" not eligible for homestead protection rather than a "motor home."
222.05 Setting apart leasehold.
Any person owning and occupying any dwelling house, including a mobile home used as a residence, or modular home, on land not his or her own which he or she may lawfully possess, by lease or otherwise, and claiming such house, mobile home, or modular home as his or her homestead, shall be entitled to the exemption of such house, mobile home, or modular home from levy and sale as aforesaid.