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Book an RV in Orange County, and you’ll be within short driving distance of one of the happiest places in the Sunshine State when you bring your RV rental to Moss Park Campground. Less than half an hour's drive from Orlando's theme park action, this wooded, family-friendly campground is bordered by two lakes and a wildlife preserve. There is enough room for a big family or group to spread out, and several amenities to make your stay relatively comfortable. Here you’ll find water and electric service, a dump station, and access to several restrooms. All campsites also have grills, fire rings, and picnic tables. If you're planning a big gathering, the pavilions are available for rental.
Active Orlando campers will find plenty of diversion on the basketball and volleyball courts, hiking trails, and swimming areas. Children will have a playground to burn their energy; pets, however, may not be brought to the campground. Everyone will find fishing abundant in the surrounding waters, and if you're bringing a kayak, canoe, or boat, launching them from the ramp should be easy.
Camping in Orlando, Florida means you get to experience one of the most popular gathering spots for Central Florida residents. Wekiwa Springs State Park overflows with water-based adventures whatever the time of year. The crystalline emerald waters of the Wekiva River make paddling an irresistible activity while the constantly cool 72°F temperature of the Wekiva Springs make swimming inviting.
For those who wish to lace up their boots and explore the park's 7,000 acres, several trails of varying lengths will allow you to do just that. Try the Wekiwa Trail for a look at how the ecosystem changes as you move from the wet hammocks to the drier upland environments, or the longer Orange Trail and White Trail to survey varying plant communities such as river swamp, hardwood hammock, and pine and shrub flatwoods.
At the Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge, more than 350 species of birds find a home at the refuge's coastal location, tropic-like climate, and variety of habitats. It's also an outstanding fishing ground for saltwater anglers who hope to hook sea trout, red drum, and snook. If your Orlando camper rental is shorter than 29 feet, consider taking the seven-mile Black Point Wildlife Drive along a dike road to watch waterfowl, wading birds, and raptors, among some of the more visible refuge residents. You can also observe manatees here from the wheelchair-accessible Manatee Observation Deck.
Camping at Moss Park Campground also puts you less than an hour’s drive from Canaveral National Seashore where you can combine your love of the beach, wildlife, and rockets all in one go. Heaps of outdoor recreation await the intrepid explorer, whether they come to canoe the Mosquito Lagoon, watch loggerhead turtles nest at night, or bicycle around the park with stops at historical sites, like the well-preserved Eldora State House. If you want to lose the crowd and soak up the sunshine on a pristine beach, Playalinda Beach should be on your agenda. It's also one of the closest locations to witness rocket launches from the Kennedy Space Center, something you would want to do in Florida’s Space Coast.
Amusement parks, movie-themed rides, and endless aquatic thrills are Orlando's hallmark attractions, making it one of the most popular destinations for families in the Sunshine State. Naturally, wherever the crowd goes, businesses follow, so it’s also worth bringing your rental motorhome if you came to Orlando for food, art, or history. And if sinking a putt is foremost on your agenda, Orlando and the surrounding area has more golf courses than it has theme parks.
Diverse visitors from all over the world means restaurants catering to their tastes, and you can work this to your advantage if you're a foodie at heart. The Orlando Museum of Art (African, ancient Americas, and contemporary) and the Mennello Museum of American Art hold impressive collections to captivate the artistically inclined; however, don't overlook small, funky galleries and art studios found throughout the city. If you’re into military history, step inside the National Vietnam War Museum where you can view Vietnam War artifacts, equipment, and photographs.
Consider a lengthier stay at an Orlando campground to better appreciate the city’s teeming attractions. There is a gas station or grocery store in just about every corner, so you have everything you need in a snap. Leave your campervan rental in a safe spot, and hop aboard the SunRail to escape to a scented oasis or get up close to animals. You have a pick of where to go depending on which animal you like to see, whether you want to view African mammals or South American birds or tropical reptiles and amphibians. If you like to combine both worlds, the Central Florida Zoo and Botanical Gardens in Sanford has plenty of collections to keep you busy.
The magic starts in Orlando, and it shouldn’t stop there. With the Atlantic Ocean just an hour's drive away, you’re only really just scratching the surface. Make your travel plans now, find the best campgrounds on Florida’s Space Coast, and have a blast with your adventures.