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RV Rentals in Orlando, FL

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RV Rentals in Orlando, FL

Discover Orlando

Orlando is magical. It’s a city filled with possibilities and the place to find adventure, excitement, and endless hours of fun. Florida’s warm weather and sunny skies seem almost endless because, on average, the sun shines in Orlando 233 days a year. That’s enough sun to boost your spirits and your vitamin D levels, and it’s the perfect weather to take an RV trip. The best time to visit Orlando is between March and May.

Do you need an excuse other than the weather to visit Florida? Orlando is the epicenter of family fun. SeaWorld, Legoland, Universal Islands of Adventure, Epcot, Magic Kingdom Park, and Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon are just some of the city’s major attractions. The area is also known for its fishing charters, premier golf courses, wild animal exhibits, and outdoor recreation. 

It’s time to level up your holiday. Forget the hotels and supply your family with unforgettable experiences. The perfect family trip starts with a camper rental in Orlando and ends with the memories you created around the campfire.

Things to Do in Orlando

Things to Do in Orlando

Orlando is the theme park capital of the world. It’s a place where storybook characters come to life and fairy tales come true. Orlando is home to Walt Disney World, Universal Orlando, SeaWorld Orlando, and Legoland Florida. The different parks feature everything from shopping, food, and entertainment to water parks, theme parks, and other unique experiences. Orlando is RV friendly, and several of the resort areas have oversized parking lots where you can park your rig for a fee. To avoid oversized parking fees, stay at a nearby campground, and take advantage of free park shuttles or public transportation.

Theme parks aren’t the only reason people come to Orlando. The warm weather and outdoor recreational activities bring campers, snowbirds, hikers, paddlers, bikers, photographers, and anglers to the area. You don’t have to participate in a sport or hobby to spend time outside. Orlando area state parks, like Lake Louisa State Park, have some of the best RV camping year-round. If you want to visit Florida in the winter, the weather will be cool but still comfortable. Did you know that winter is the best time to view the endangered manatee?

The manatee is a large marine mammal that lives along Florida’s coastal waters until the winter. When the water becomes chilly, the manatee migrates inland to be closer to the warmer natural springs. Manatee season begins in November and runs through March, and it’s the best time to take your Orlando RV rental to a nearby park or refuge to view the protected creatures. Two of the state’s top viewing areas are located near Orlando, Blue Spring State Park, and Merritt Island National Refuge. RVers who want to camp at the viewing area should reserve a site at Blue Spring State Park, where the manatees graze in the natural springs. Merritt Island National Refuge doesn’t permit camping, but one of Orlando’s best campgrounds, Manatee Hammock Campground, isn’t far from the viewing area. 

Speaking of viewing, don’t rule out the chance to watch a Kennedy Space Center launch while staying at Manatee Hammock Campground. The Kennedy Space Center's Visitor Complex is minutes away from the campground. Visitors who want to learn about NASA and the space program can book tours of the facility, explore rocket and shuttle exhibits, and maybe even bump into an astronaut. Paid RV parking is available onsite.

RV Campgrounds in Orlando

RV Campgrounds in Orlando

Your magical experiences don’t need to end once the sun goes down. Help your family create life-long camping memories by booking an Orlando RV campground located in the heart of the city. Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground is one of the top-rated family-friendly campgrounds in the country. Here, you can get the best of both worlds: proximity to major attractions and a forested cypress and pine setting. Your whole family can take advantage of the generous on-site amenities, and when you are ready, be whisked away in a complimentary shuttle or boat to the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Animal Kingdom, Disney Springs, or other Disney property.

Are you looking for a more traditional campground setting? Wekiwa Springs State Park is one of the best RV parks in the Orlando area. Campers who stay here can spend their days swimming in the warm spring water or paddling along the Wekiva Wild & Scenic River. Each wooded campsite has water and electrical hookups, a fire ring, and a picnic table, and several of the sites have a sewer connection. The campground also has a dump station, accessible showers and restrooms, and firewood available onsite.

The best place to find out-of-this-world camping close to the Kennedy Space Center is at Manatee Hammock Campground. This shady campground has partial and full-hookup sites, a swimming pool, a laundry facility, and a fishing pier. Aside from being one of the best campgrounds to watch space launches, Manatee Hammock Campground also is the place for birders to watch for pelicans, osprey, and other shorebirds.

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