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A beautiful lake surrounded by all sorts of recreation opportunities, an RV rental that is no one’s but yours for the time being, and the fantastic weather of Florida - if this picture is appealing to you, then you should go camping at Bill Frederick Park at Turkey Lake Campground, no question about it. You see, at this RV park, the whole family is welcome - including any furry friends you’d want to bring. There’s also a whole lot of things to do, from renting boats to working up a sweat at the fitness station to cooling down again in the swimming pool. Or maybe you’re feeling competitive? Then it might be time for a round of disc golf, a game of softball, or some fun in the horseshoe pit.
The fun you can have when RV camping at Bill Frederick Park at Turkey Lake Campground is far from over. You can find delightful pavilions surrounded by the most beautiful scenery (perfect for weddings and special occasions); there are playgrounds for children of all ages, and you’ll find both grills and picnic tables - unless you find the wonderful tree shade too dark, of course. There are full hookups with 50/30 amp service, a dump station, as well as laundry facilities - why haven’t you booked a camper rental near Bill Frederick Park at Turkey Lake Campground before?
However, it’s advisable not to leave your rental motorhome at Bill Frederick Park at Turkey Lake Campground for too long, or you’ll miss out on all the fun in the area. Like the fantastic city of Orlando, which you’ll be in the heart of when staying here, or the serene and beautiful Kissimmee, and the progressive city of Altamonte Springs. If you get tired of the pace and noises, there are natural preserves, various lakes, parks, and wildlife areas all around. You can even play a good game of golf. Is Orlando camping the closest you can get to paradise?
You can’t spend all your time in the lovely Bill Frederick Park, not if you want to see more of the unique, beautiful nature you can only find in the Sunshine State. Like Lake Apopka North Shore, which once was part of the lake but now consists of wetlands and many amazing viewpoints. Run, bike, or hike on the well-kept trails and make a little stop for a picnic, or to use the restroom - unless you’re too busy trying to spot as many bird species as possible, in this area that has one of the highest numbers in the whole state.
If you’ve always wanted to visit the deep, green, singing jungle but never really got around to it, then you simply must hop into your RV rental and head toward Ocala National Forest. Smell the earth around you, walk underneath leafy vegetation, and see how many shades of green you can distinguish between. Go fishing or boating, canoe on one of the sparkling streams, or take a dip in one of the crystal-clear springs, which are always a comfortable temperature. Admire the sand pine scrub forest, and don’t forget to visit one or two of the historical sites in the park.
One great thing about Florida is that it’s always fairly close to the ocean, no matter where you rent an RV. If you want a closer look at what the white sand beaches look like, drive that camper rental to Canaveral National Seashore. Other than seeing the fantastic flora and fauna, as well as various historical places, you can also watch launches from Kennedy Space Center from this gorgeous area. There are also turtle watches and seasonal night sky programs, which you don’t want to miss.
Are you allowed to rent an RV in Orlando, Florida without visiting at least one of the many theme parks around? Perhaps you are, but why risk it when you can have the most magical of times meeting all your cartoon favorites, or go on Hollywood Tower of Terror and Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster at Walt Disney World? Unless you’d rather visit the dark Diagon Alley or snowy Hogsmeade at Universal, of course - muggles are welcome, don’t worry.
The parks are far from everything that’s themed in Orlando, and you can find restaurants, museums, and pretty much anything with a certain theme. Orlando has its very own version of Madame Tussaud’s, and if you’re a fan of Cameron’s masterpiece, Titanic, you can wander around the Titanic Artifact Exhibition - or perhaps you’d rather hear about the history of fire? Or perhaps you’d want to visit the Railroad Museum? You can even walk around the Tupperware Confidence Center - no need to bring a container for any picnic leftovers.
So, are you going to book an RV in Orange County? You should - unless you don’t mind missing a Medieval Times Dinner, or a meal straight from the days of the dinosaurs.