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Discover Altamonte Springs, FL

Just 10 miles north of Orlando, Altamonte Springs is a 10-square mile suburb with a population quite large for its size. It attracts retirees, families and working professionals drawn to the city’s central location, excellent transportation network, diverse employment base (outside of tourism, there’s a growing high-tech presence), bountiful amenities, natural areas, and entertainment options, all of Disney theme parks included.

Altamonte Springs may be starting to feel the sprawl of Orlando yet is still a good distance away to give its residents a relatively normal Florida way of life. If you want to fall into Disney magic and jump into the thick of the action, find an accessible place to leave your RV rental in Altamonte Springs, and take a Lynx bus or Sunrail train to Orlando.

Naturally, there’s so much more beyond seeing your favorite childhood characters come to life. You’re well-placed to explore the numerous lakes, reserves and forests of Seminole County and its neighbors, including one of the largest in the state, the Ocala National Forest. Indulge your wanderlust, find the best RV rental in Altamonte Springs now, and embark on an enchanting journey.

Escape to Central Florida’s Eden

Ocala National Forest contains the largest contiguous sand pine scrub forest in the world and is home to more than 600 lakes, springs and rivers, so the potential for outdoor pursuits is endless, especially if you’re staying for several days with a camper rental in Altamonte Springs. There is a vast network of off-road trails for ATVs, 4WDs or jeeps, segments of the Florida Trail, 60 miles of the Florida Black Bear Scenic Byway, cycling routes like the Paisley Woods Bicycle Trail, horse riding paths (like the LAM Equestrian Trail or Ocala One Hundred Mile Horse Trail), abundant bass fishing at Lakes George and Kerr, deer hunting, and other water-based activities like scuba diving, boating, water skiing, canoeing and kayaking.

With the exception of Ocala's lakes, central Florida has abundant water resources, with some of the state's largest lakes just nearby. Lake Apopka is just a 40-minute drive to the west. Aiming north from there, the Harris Chain of Lakes should only be less than a 30-minute drive away. Lakes Jesup (known for its high concentration of alligators) and Monroe are also less than 30 minutes to the northeast by Altamonte Springs motorhome rental, and about an hour south lies Lake Tohopekaliga. Along with the Harris Chain of Lakes, “Lake Toho” is one of the best destinations to fish for trophy bass. A little farther south and you'll run into Lake Kissimmee where catfish, crappie, chain pickerel, largemouth bass and bluegill bite.

Don't forget to look east to the Atlantic coast. Follow I-4 northeast and you'll reach the world-famous Daytona Beach and the thrills of the Daytona 500 in mid-February. Regardless of when you’re in town, you can always join an open-air tram speedway tour.

You can also swing eastward toward the Kennedy Space Center and Cape Canaveral, or follow I-4 with your Altamonte Springs rental RV as it snakes southwest toward Tampa 100 miles away. A short drive west and you could be digging your heels in the white sand beaches of the Gulf coast.

Motorhome Sites for Your RV

With Orlando’s Disney and the myriad of other theme parks nearby, it's not surprising that you'll find more than 100 RV parks in central Florida alone (without counting the options you can find at Ocala National Forest). But if you prefer to seek refuge in a serene place while still within a stone's throw of Disney World, consider staying in lakefront RV parks situated near the lakes mentioned above. If proximity to theme parks is a priority, find a few motorhome campsites along I-4 on the way to Orlando. You’ll also find plenty of campsite options for the RV rental in Altamonte Springs within a 10-15 miles radius of town.

On the Atlantic coast, you’ll encounter a handful of RV parks surrounding the Daytona Speedway, and in Cape Canaveral, Cocoa or Titusville. In the Tampa area, you’ll find oceanview RV parks in Palm Harbor, Clearwater and St. Petersburg.

Regardless of where you decide to call it a day, you will likely find a Walmart store within 5 to 10 miles (some open round-the-clock), especially in Orlando and its vicinity. On your way to the lakes, you will come across many Walmart stores as well as gas stations on US-441 (on the way to Lake Apopka), I-4 (to the east of interstate as you drive north from Lake Jesup to Lake Monroe), and US-192 on your way south to Lake Toho.

Craning to See the Sights? What to See and Where to Go

With an RV rental near Altamonte Springs, you’ll be able to enjoy not only its surrounding natural wonders but also its varied man-made entertainment. The Cranes Roost Park, built around the small Cranes Roost Lake, is the cultural center of the city. The lake is alive with birds (with its namesake roosting in trees), fish and turtles, and surrounding area offers opportunities for watching the sunset, doing laps around the one-mile continuous walkway, or walking off dinner.

The park also plays host to the annual fireworks festival Red, Hot, and Boom that takes place every July 3rd, regularly attracting more than 100,000 residents and visitors.

Shopping and food options are aplenty just a short walk away from the park, and across the street in Altamonte Mall. To get away from all the bustle, explore the trails of Lake Lotus Nature Park, cast a line from its fishing pier, or launch a boat from the public ramp at Lake Orienta for fishing and other water sports. Practice your swing at the themed miniature golf here before hitting Orlando’s world-class putting greens.

Florida welcomes tens of millions of visitors each year, and there’s good reason why. Find out for yourself, book an RV in Altamonte Springs, FL, and get started planning your next trip.

RV Rentals in Altamonte Springs, FL

Altamonte Springs, FL is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Altamonte Springs. Outdoorsy's Altamonte Springs RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

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Nearby to Altamonte Springs are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Cumberland Island National Seashore, Fort Caroline National Memorial, Big Cypress National Preserve, Canaveral National Seashore, and Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge.

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Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Black Bear Wilderness Area Trail Sanford Florida
Morris Bridge Park Thonotosassa Florida
La Chua Trail Micanopy Florida
Guana River State Park Loop Trail Ponte Vedra Florida
Belleview-Santos Trailhead Ocala Florida
Alafia State Park Trail Lithia Florida
Wekiwa Springs Loop Trail Apopka Florida
Pine Island East Loop Trail Orlando Florida
Little-Big Econ State Forest Geneva Florida
Weedon Island Preserve Trail St Petersburg Florida

Nearby Campgrounds

Racetrack RV Park

campground Daytona Beach, FL
The other RV park right next to Daytona International Raceway Racetrack RV Park provides electric and water hookups for your RV rental within walking distance of the speedway. Most of the sites can see the stands and bank of turn 3. Very easy top get in and out of for any level of RV rental driver.

Wallaby Ranch

attraction Davenport, FL
This is where Orlando-area residents and visitors come to hang glide. Open seven days a week, Wallaby Ranch claims it's the first full-time Aerotow hang gliding flight park in the world. The park offers tandem hang gliding and instruction.

Church Street Station

attraction Orlando, FL
Considered Orlando's "nightlife epicenter," Church Street Station has been the place to be for dining and entertainment more than 100 years. From tapas to taverns, the food scene has something to please everyone. The after-dinner menu includes plenty of shopping and entertainment, from live music to comedy shows.

Daytona International Speedway

attraction Daytona Beach, FL
Home to the most well-known race in NASCAR the Daytona 500, the Daytona International Speedway is a must stop for anyone with a need for speed. You can watch events such as ARCA, AMA Superbike, and on the track?s 180 acre infield is Lake Lloyd which has also hosted powerboat racing. Enjoy unique tours where you can walk among the legends and see the world?s largest collections of race trophies, race cars and driver memorabilia

Gecko Shores at Lake Lloyd - Infield Daytona International Raceway

campground Daytona Beach, FL
This is as close as you'll get to the Daytona International Speedway, you will be in the action, feeling the energy of the races and next to all the history and heritage. In the center of the infield along Lake Lloyd, enjoy first-class waterfront camping. You'll have access to full amenities, the Boardwalk Club, a path limited only to Lake Lloyd RV guests. The infield campgrounds range from full hookup to primitive camping. You can book RV rentals and have them delivered to the infield for the event or drive the RV rental there yourself. Look at the official website for ticket packages.

Orlando Southeast/Lake Whippoorwill KOA

campground Orlando, FL
This isn't your average RV park. With scenic Lake Whippoorwill at your doorstep, kayaking, canoeing and boating opportunities abound. Besides offering a camping experience will all the amenities, this campground is also within easy reach of Orlando's theme parks, including Walt Disney World and Universal Studios. Pick a water view site and enjoy the sunrises before starting your day. A well kept park this one is a little tight for novice RV drivers so take your time.

Lake Kissimmee State Park

campground Lake Wales, FL
There is no shortage of peace and quiet when it comes to camping at Lake Kissimmee State Park. The campground has shower and restroom facilities and 60 campsites with electric and water. There is also plenty of wildlife to see, including deer, turkeys, rabbits and even armadillos at night. The lake has a camp store and marina, and visitors can paddle the scenic waterway, watching for birds, alligators and other wildlife. Easy to navigate in your RV rental.

Ponce de Leon Lighthouse

attraction Ponce Inlet, FL
The Ponce Leon Lighthouse is Florida?s tallest, its buildings have much history to tell and they have been restored to their original glory. If you?re not afraid of heights walk up the 203 steps to the top to get the best view around. Learn about turn of the century life take a look at the Ayers Davies Lens Exhibit Building which as one of the best collections of restored Fresnel lenses in the world.

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