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Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.
The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.
A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.
Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.
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Activities and amenities are the main draw of the aptly named Leisure Acres RV & Mobile Home Community catering mostly to 55+ campers. Plenty of entertainment and amusement awaits, whether you prefer something sedate like arts and crafts, cribbage, or movies on the lawn, or something more spirited like dance classes, horseshoes, or shuffleboards. The library, the hobby room, and the billiards room also provide additional entertainment if you wish to stay indoors. Those who like to stay more active may want to take advantage of the fitness room, the chipping green, and the heated swimming pool.
At the clubhouse and poolside, there are plenty of opportunities to meet other Sebring campers during one of the coffee hours, pool parties, or community dinners. Choir groups, group fitness classes, and resident appreciation events provide avenues to remain social. Otherwise, you can always escape to the nearby nature preserve for some alone time with wildlife. To stay in the loop, access the WiFi at the pool, or for a small fee, anywhere in the RV park.
The campground can also be appropriately described as "leafy acres." Roll into one of the shaded sites or a spot with a bit more sun and hook up to water, electric, and sewer service. Your rental RV will fit comfortably in 40-foot-long sites. For added convenience, restrooms, a laundry room, and an on-site shop are all available. Pets may not be brought to the campground.
Sebring is surrounded by a number of central Florida’s lakes. Put your campervan rental to good use and explore Lake Okeechobee, one of the biggest lakes in the area, just an hour’s drive from town.
One of Sebring’s main lakes, the 9,000-acre Lake Jackson provides some of the best fishing, boating, and swimming opportunities when you book an RV in Highlands County. Launch a boat from Veteran's Beach for a chance to reel in bass and bluegills. As a dominant water feature in the Sebring area, Lake Jackson attracts a sizable crowd who flock to its clear waters and white sand beaches. One of the more popular swimming areas is the City Pier Beach.
Muscadine grapes are grown in nearby Lake Placid so you can add a splash of wine-tasting when camping in Sebring. The local winery produces award-winning country wines, and the quaint downtown attracts the artistically inclined with its close to 50 whimsical murals that illustrate the town's history. In July, the town hosts the annual Caladium Festival in keeping with its self-billed reputation as the caladium capital of the world.
Just 15 minutes’ drive away when you rent a camper near Leisure Acres Campground, Highlands Hammock State Park invites visitors to experience '"the real Florida" where black bears and the Florida panther pass beneath ancient towering oaks; where alligator, deer, and varied species of birds are frequently sighted. Explore a cypress swamp on an elevated boardwalk (a portion of which is wheelchair-accessible), or a handful of other hiking and biking trails. If you'd rather keep your feet dry, take the tram for a narrated tour of the park's well-preserved native wilderness.
A walk around the Sebring Downtown Historic District makes a fitting introduction to find your bearings in this charming little town renowned for its circular orientation. More than 20 buildings from the 1920s comprise the historic area, with plenty of places to eat and shop in and around the Circle Park. More than a dozen gas stations and grocery stores can be found around town, mostly along US 98.
If you like the arts, you'll have several venues to explore. The Highlands Museum of the Arts features various types of exhibits ranging from paintings, photographs, and installations. Children up to age 12 will find plenty of education and entertainment at the Children's Museum of the Highlands where hands-on exhibits and programs of all shapes and sizes – kid-sized dioramas of cities and villages, for one – bring out every child's curiosity. Camp in an RV near Sebring when the town comes alive with the annual Fine Arts and Crafts Festival held in November.
Speed enthusiasts may want to bring their RV rental near Leisure Acres Campground when the Sebring International Raceway drones with racing action in March. One of the oldest continuously operating auto racing circuits in the country, the 3.74-mile asphalt and concrete racetracks host a 12-hour endurance race and a 1,000-mile race, with several other racing events sprinkled throughout the year. In November and December, GT and vintage cars take their turn in the spotlight.
Sebring is the place to be if you like your water adventures generously sprinkled with history, art, and motorsports. There’s plenty of action to get excited about, so book a Sebring camper rental now to get you started.