We are in the midst of summer, which means there is still time to hit up some of Florida’s best RV parks in the Orlando and Kissimmee area. Whether you want a relaxing retreat in an island type setting, or the luxury of being close to Disney’s many parks, you can do so in the comforts of your own RV rental.
Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground
If being in the great outdoors isn’t magical enough, try adding Magic Kingdom into the mix. Fort Wilderness is the RV campground to stay at when visiting Disney World. Equipped with 750 acres of pine and cypress woods it offers the serenity of traditional camping with the convenience of location.
At Fort Wilderness you will have complete access to water, cable TV, electricity, grills, sewer hook ups and more. Not sold yet? How about multiple swimming pools with a waterslide for the kids and whirlpool spa for adults. Since the campground is located within the woods, your group can take a day off from Disney’s theme parks and take part in an adventure right outside of your RV steps. Hiking trails, archery, horseback riding and kayaking are just a few of the ways you can get the most out of your campsite. Orlando is home to an incredible amount of RV Campgrounds, but the charming Fort Wilderness will be the home away from home that you need after a long day enjoying the many perks the location provides.
For More Information: https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/resorts/cabins-at-fort-wilderness-resort/
Tropical Palms Resort & Campground
Fort Wilderness isn’t the only RV campground in Orlando close to the parks, Tropical Palms Resort and Campground is the perfect location to park your RV rental and enjoy the beautiful surroundings of the 67 acre oasis.
If you are looking for a family-friendly atmosphere, than look no further. Each weekend you can participate in themed events, parades and take in live entertainment from the comforts of the campgrounds. With all of the amenities and events you don’t ever have to leave the gated RV community, but Orlando attractions like Disney, Universal and Busch Gardens are just around the corner. Not looking to take on the crowds this summer vacation? Well, Tropical Palms is close to some of Florida’s exploration hot spots including Blue Spring State Park known for the famous manatee documentary.
Campsites come in four different packages, economy, standard, premium and premium deluxe. So, whatever experience you are looking to have, the tropical setting is a fit for any budget.
For More Information: http://www.tropicalpalmsresortfl.com/
Kelly Park & Rock Spring
What’s a summer RV getaway without the option of swimming in a freshwater pool? Rock Spring is known for it’s crystal clear and cooling waters that flow at 26,000 gallons per minute. Wade in the water or take a leisurely tube ride down the springs before relaxing in the extensive Kelly Park.
Featuring multiple campsite styles, your group will be able to enjoy campfires, water and electricity on site. Spend the day on a canoe or kayak and retreat to the beautiful Wekiva Island or hike through the multiple state parks and wildlife preserves that are available. With four hiking trails under 2 miles each, you and your family can easily take on the sights and be back to your RV before lunchtime. Feel at ease knowing a park ranger lives on the campgrounds and is always accessible if you should have any issues during your stay. Since the summer brings a high volume of individuals looking to cool down, keep in mind that the best times to plan your trip are during the weekdays.
For More Information: http://www.ocfl.net/cultureparks/parks.aspx?m=dtlvw&d=22#.VaVXZ5NViko
There is no time like the present to book your RV rental and see what Orlando and Kissimmee Florida has to offer. Camp USA is ready and waiting to recommend the perfect rental unit, so get in touch and get out and enjoy the hot sun and refreshing pools and activities.