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Discover DeBary, FL

In central Florida, DeBary is a leafy city by the St. Johns River within a 45-minute drive of Orlando. Its small-town charm and riverside homes exist side-by-side with rural spaces and an extensive park system that attract not only human visitors but avian migrants too. It's also ideally located for RV rentals in DeBary to explore the many lakes, state parks, and Atlantic beaches this side of Florida is famous for.

DeBary was named after its first non-Native American settler, Samuel Frederick DeBary, a prosperous wine merchant from New York. The land he bought along the St. John's River grew from a place of winter retreat to a citrus grove thousands of acres wide and a place to launch his steamboat company. His entrepreneurial ventures in the late 19th century greatly contributed to the growth of DeBary, which incorporated almost a century after his death.

In DeBary, It’s a River-to-Sea Journey

Rent a motorhome in DeBary and you won’t have any shortage of water-based activities whether you're into swimming, fishing (bluegills, crappie, and catfish), kayaking/canoeing, scuba diving, or boating. Join one of the many St. Johns River cruises and ecotours where you'll learn the river's history, its significance to Native Americans, and its unusual south-to-north flow. Wildlife is abundant so keep an eye out for birdlife (sandhill cranes, egrets, kingfishers), turtles, and alligators. Rent an RV in DeBary in winter and you might just see manatees seeking refuge here from the cold Atlantic waters.

Give your legs a good workout as you explore the multi-use Spring-to-Spring Trail from the trailhead at DeBary Hall Historic Site. The trail connects Gemini Springs Park to DeLeon Springs State Park some 25 miles away. For a more ambitious cycling adventure, follow the St. Johns River-to-Sea Loop Bike Trail that will take visitors through rural hamlets, resort towns, and coastal dunes for more than 200 miles. This long-ranging bike trail also links several state parks, wildlife refuges, and a national seashore so it’s ideal to explore if you like your adrenaline-fueled adventure mixed with plenty of nature.

On the Atlantic side of Florida, history, nature, and rocket science come together at Canaveral National Seashore, about a 45-minute drive away. It's one of the few stretches of the Florida coast that has remained largely unchanged from the time the Timucua people left evidence of their occupation in Turtle Mound. The park encompasses 58,000 acres of open lagoons, barrier island, coastal hammock, and pine flatwoods. Stretching 24 miles, the undeveloped beach is where serenity reigns supreme, sea turtles nest on the shores, and migrating wading birds and waterfowl stop over after a long flight. It’s also where you can watch a rocket launch occurring on Kennedy Space Center if you’re timing is right.

Where to Park Your RV

Proximity to Orlando's theme parks, the Daytona International Speedway, and Atlantic beaches means this side of Florida boasts a decent share of RV parks and campgrounds for your motorhome rental in DeBary. You will find plenty of places to stay with full hookup sites, showers and pool access within a 30-mile radius.

The few options you have within the city include Lake Monroe County Park with water and electric service, showers, and restrooms, and Highbanks Marina and Camp Resort nestled along St. Johns River with full hook-up sites, showers, and pool access. If you require no hookups for a short stay in town, check with the manager of a Walmart store in DeBary to see if overnight parking is allowed.

Numerous gas stations, many with extended hours, line US-17 and I-4 so you can fill your tank in DeBary before setting off to find campgrounds outside of town. A state park camping experience awaits at Blue Springs State Park, just a half an hour's drive away by DeBary RV rental. The Blue Springs State Park has water and electric sites, showers, and restrooms. Here you can view manatees up close from boardwalks without influencing their natural behavior. Plan to visit from mid-November to March to see hundreds of wintering manatees congregate here to enjoy the constant 72-degree spring water.

Around the City of a Thousand Oak Trees

With seafood aplenty, it's no surprise you'll find Cajun and Creole cuisine in DeBary. There are also a handful of places serving Italian food and a few offering diner and bistro fare. In most restaurants, it's possible to order the vegan or gluten-free version of what's on the menu.

The 8,000-square-foot winter lodge of Frederick DeBary was built in 1871 in the Italianate style featuring a wrap-around porch on each of its two floors. In its heyday, the house welcomed Presidents Ulysses Grant and Grover Cleveland among its many notable guests. The pioneer's restored hunting retreat is now DeBary Hall Historic Site and offers docent-led tours to the public.

You probably haven't seen a full-scale F15 jet on prominent display in an outdoor park, but at DeBary, they have one at the Memorial Park dedicated to war veterans and departed local heroes and residents. The F-15A Eagle, mounted on its base as if ready to take off, saw action in Saudi Arabia in 1996. There's also the nine-ton anchor of USS Langley, the first aircraft carrier of the US Navy, on display.

If you’re curious where the start of the Spring-to-Spring loop begins, drive your DeBary motorhome rental to Gemini Springs Park close to the town of Enterprise. The free-flowing twin springs produce more than six million gallons of sparkling fresh water a day. There are a one-mile loop bike trail and a three-quarter-mile nature trail for those inclined to stretch their legs, and birdlife for those eager to check species off their life list.

DeBary is more than just a corridor between Orlando and Daytona Beach. But perhaps it’s the city’s very location that makes it convenient to rent an RV and see where else it could take you. So don’t delay, do it today. You’ll be glad you did.

RV Rentals in DeBary, FL

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

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

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to DeBary 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, Harris Neck National Wildlife Refuge, and Canaveral National Seashore.

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Local Hiking Trails

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

Nearby Campgrounds

Kissimmee Lakefront Park

attraction Kissimmee, FL
Enjoy a park that embodies the heart of Kissimmee, found along the shores of the scenic Lake Tohopekaliga and offering walkways, BBQ grills, boating, fishing piers, playgrounds, a concession stand that sells food, beverages and snacks. You can fish here and buy bait and fish tackle at the Big Toho Marina, enjoy bird watching since the park has been named a State of Florida Birding Trail.

Daytona Beach

attraction Daytona Beach, FL
The quintessential American beach offers an array of activities for all ages. 23 miles of powdery white sand beaches are open 24/7 with free access. You can fish, boat, paddleboard, kayak and parasail, and enjoy the relaxing rivers and meandering creeks, and watch dolphins in their natural habitat.

Tropical Palms Resort and Campground

campground Kissimmee, FL
In Tropical Palms you'll be close to all the major attractions, Disney World, Universal Theme Parks, Daytona Beach, Kennedy Space Center, Busch Gardens and much more. But, if you want to enjoy something a bit more unique why not take a stroll over to Old Town where classic car parades, big-time thrill rides and boardwalk style shops and restaurants await, or take a hot air balloon trip above Orlando, ride an airboat through the wetlands. A variety of RV sites to choose from in a family and pet friendly atmosphere, you will feel right at home. Great park with easy access for novice RV rental drivers.

Gator Land

attraction Orlando, FL
Gatorland provides 110-acres of adventure and education, where you can view thousands of alligators and crocodiles including four extremely rare "white" alligators. This theme park and wildlife preserve showcases a free-flight aviary, a petting zoo, natural alligator breeding marsh, and the "thrilling" Screamin' Gator Zip Line, where you can fly 1,200 feet, all of this combines to ensure for a memorable day.

International RV Park Campground

campground Daytona Beach, FL
The park is conveniently located close to some of the most fun and interesting destinations that the region has to offer, such as: parks, museums, and events. You can visit the Ponce de Leon Light Station which was constructed in 1887, the Volusia County Farmers Market, the Daytona Speedway, Daytona?s Dog Beach Park located on Manatee Island, and you can visit the beautiful beaches of Grayce Kenemer Barck North Beach Community Park. Very popular during the winter the RVs are packed in here so if you are a novice RV rental driver use caution.

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.

Walt Disney World

attraction Orlando, FL
No trip to Orlando would be complete without stopping at one of Walt Disney World's many theme parks, from the famed Magic Kingdom, home of Cinderella's Castle, to Animal Kingdom to the Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon water parks. With roller coasters that thrill, teacup rides for small children and everything in between, Walt Disney World has much to offer every family member, no matter what age.

Bill Frederick Park and Pool at Turkey Lake

campground Orlando, FL
An amazing city park with 36 RV campgrounds with hookups, this one books early so lock in your RV site when you book your RV rental in Orlando, FL. An onsite lake, miles of trails, disc golf, playgrounds, and easy access to all the Orlando area attractions makes this place a big winner for any RV rental trip, especially so close to Orlando, FL.

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