Lilly & Grant’s 2020 Outback 341RD
Lilly & Grant’s 2020 Outback 341RD
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Unlike what many believe, you don’t have to go west in search of some good old cowboy heritage. Located deep in the heart of Florida, Lake Kissimmee State Park is an off the beaten path gem that provides some of the best motorhome camping experiences near Lakeland. Despite being near a lot of parks including the Kissimmee Prairie Preserve State Park and the St Sebastian River State Park, Lake Kissimmee State Park is very popular among the camper community mainly because of the pristine lake and lots of activities to engage in. To have a look for yourself, search for an RV in Polk County and uncover Florida’s hidden secrets at your own pace.
Sitting almost halfway between Tampa and Palm Bay, the park is a perfect spot to set up base camp when exploring the region. Apart from that, the more than 5900-acre park is just a few miles south of Orlando, but one can’t tell due to the park’s peace and tranquility. Some of the activities to look forward to including hiking, boating, and nature viewing. There is also a wide variety of wildlife and a cow camp that opens on weekends. You’ll be pleased to know that Kissimmee State Park is open every single day of the year. What are you waiting for? Get your hands on the best Lake Wales camper rental and make memories RV camping at Lake Kissimmee State Park.
After setting up your rental motorhome at Lake Kissimmee State Park, waste no time getting out enjoying all the fun activities that the park has to offer. Hop into your hiking boots, fill up your hydration pack, and dive right into some of the most picturesque trails in Florida. The Buster Island Loop is great, especially for families. However, try challenging yourself by hiking the entire 6.9-mile loop in a day.
With an expansive 35000 acres of the pristine lake at your disposal, you may need to bring along your boat for this one. The lake doubles up as one of the best fishing areas in the state, offering anglers with a wide range of fish from largemouth bass, catfish, and chain pickerel.
For those without boats, the marina, dam, and canals also offer the same fish variety. The family-friendly park has a large picnic area situated right next to a 40-foot high observation platform from which one can view a large part of the lake. A playground facility is also set up just a stone throw away from the picnic pavilion.
When it comes to state park RV camping, you’ll not go wrong with Lake Kissimmee State Park. Apart from the secluded sites being surrounded with gorgeous natural buffers for privacy, the oak hammock located on the campground makes it one of the most scenic places in the area. When it comes to amenities for your rental RV, campers have access to water and electric hookups. Even though sewer facilities aren’t available, the dump station comes in handy.
Some of the additional facilities include picnic tables, showers, and restroom facilities. Don’t leave your furry friends behind as pets are allowed. They should, however, be kept on a leash at all times. Visitors can make reservations online in advance and don’t be on edge due to the size of your RV rental as even the largest Class A RV’s fit perfectly. Apart from the RV campground, the park is home to two other primitive sites tucked away in the hiking trails if you’re up for some backpacking.
After days of fun camping at Lake Kissimmee State Park, it would be a shame to continue on your expedition without touring the area extensively. Crank up your RV and head over to Orlando for some quality family time. If the sun is scorching, Orlando has a couple of water parks to choose from. Make sure you drop by Aquatica Orlando, the kids will be talking about it for months.
If you’re looking for a less crowded park which is just as fun, Gatorland is the place to be. Here you’ll get to pet alligators, ride a train, and have a splash in the waterpark. The highlight of Gatorland is you’ll get to watch some gator wrestling, how cool could that be.
Spare some hours and head over to Palm Bay for a drive along the gorgeous highway running along the Indian River Lagoon along the Atlantic Coast. Follow this up with a slow ride on a paddleboard or cast out your line in one of the numerous fishing spots. You’ll not be able to claim that you’ve been to Palm Bay without some photos taken at the Kennedy Space Center. If lucky, you’ll cross paths with an astronaut or two.