Overlooking the shores of Lake Whippoorwill, Orlando SE / Lake Whippoorwill KOA is the ideal base for water enthusiasts wanting to be close to all the action. The 355-acre lake is a hub for fishing and boating while the family-friendly attractions of Walt Disney World are a short drive west and the Orlando International Airport is just 10 miles away.RV camping at Orlando SE / Lake Whippoorwill KOA gives you access to their full hookups RV sites with either 30 or 50 amp electrical connections. This RV park can cater to travel trailers and RVs up to 85 feet in length, with complimentary Wi-Fi and cable TV also available. There are canoe rentals and a private boat ramp for getting out on the waters of Lake Whippoorwill, as well as a swimming pool that’s open throughout the year. Relax after a long day’s exploration in the hot tub and sauna or mingle with other guests while cooking in the Kamping Kitchen. A volleyball court and horseshoe pitches add a little more recreation to your stay, and events like bingo nights and pancakes breakfasts can be enjoyed too when you're camping at Orlando SE / Lake Whippoorwill KOA.
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Camp in an RV near Orlando and make the short drive south to the Split Oak Forest, which encompasses nearly 2,000 acres along the southern shore of Lake Hart. It centers around a live oak tree that’s more than 200 years old and is split down the middle, with prairie and scrub preserve sprawling in the surrounds. This largely undeveloped reserve provides an important habitat for a healthy population of sandhill cranes and is traversed by a loop trail system that includes the 7.8-mile-long Perimeter Trail.In the northwest corner of the Split Oak Forest is the Back to Nature Wildlife Refuge, which functions as a wildlife rehabilitation center for injured or orphaned wildlife before being released back into the wild. It’s a great place to get up close to native Florida species, including raccoons, bobcats, and Sherman’s fox squirrel while learning about threats to their survival. Embark on the Wildlife Walk to learn about each of the refuge’s residents and their backstory, accompanied by one of the center’s informative keepers.Just a stone’s throw to the east is the Isle of Pine Preserve, which lies along the southern shore of Lake Mary Jane. Follow the Blue Trail (one of two separate trails in the preserve) that takes you through unique upland habitats that include pines, scrub forest, and cypress domes where gopher tortoises reside. See bald eagles circling overhead and ospreys soaring between the nearby lakes, then relax over lunch at one of the waterfront picnic areas.
Camping at Orlando SE / Lake Whippoorwill KOA offers easy access to a handful of supermarkets and eateries that are located just 10 minutes’ walk from the RV park. There’s also a gas station nearby if you need to fill up your rental RV and a good selection of fast food restaurants at the Cornerstone at Lake Hart shopping center, which is just five minutes’ drive north.A 25-minute drive northwest of Orlando SE / Lake Whippoorwill KOA will see you in the heart of Orlando, where you can ride the 400-foot-high ICON Orlando for sweeping views across the city or get up close to fearsome Nile crocodiles at Gatorland. You can discover the region’s artisan food stalls at the East End Market, get hands-on at the Orlando Science Center, or stroll along the scenic trails of the Harry P Leu Gardens.Traveling with kids? Camp in an RV near Orlando and head west through Kissimmee to Walt Disney World to experience the family-friendly attractions of the Magic Kingdom Park and see rare animals from around the globe at Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park. You can go behind the scenes at Disney’s Hollywood Studios or explore the thrilling rides and attractions of nearby Universal Studios. Animals lovers shouldn’t miss the engaging wildlife shows at Sea World, or you can head next door to Discovery Cove for a more interactive experience while swimming with bottlenose dolphins and snorkeling with rays.If you’re in need of some retail therapy, spend a day at one of Orlando’s designer outlet malls. Shop for luxury accessories at the Orlando Vineland Premium Outlets and the Orlando International Premium Outlets or head to the sprawling Lake Buena Vista Factory Stores. Alternatively, you can experience the upscale designer boutiques at the Mall at Millenia.Whether you want to kick back on the shores of Florida's lakes or be entertained in Orlando’s theme parks, book an RV in Orange County and start planning your next vacation.