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Orange City RV Resort provides a wonderful backdrop for the area's charming cultural and historical treasures. It's also a short 45 minute drive to Disney World and Orlando's attractions and minutes away from Daytona area beaches. The resort also offers large, pull-through RV sites, a heated pool, children's pool, community center, shuffleboard, bocce ball courts, petanque, billiards, horseshoes, bathhouses and laundry facilities. Orange City is close to everything and away from it all! Orange City RV Resort guests can also enjoy bingo, potluck dinners, soup and sandwich, dances, bocce ball tournaments, karaoke, themed parties, pancake breakfast, exercise classes, shuffleboard, arts and crafts, bowling outings, gambling cruise outings, happy hours, farmer's market and more.Orange City RV Resort in Orange City, FL, conveniently situated between Orlando and Daytona. This makes Orange City RV Resort a perfect location for visiting nearby Disney World, Daytona Beach, and more local attractions. They also offer a competitive amenity package that includes a heated swimming pool and spa, miniature golf and a variety of planned activities.
Daytona Beach RV Resort in Port Orange, Florida, is a great place to stay. The beach is minutes away and you can enjoy all sorts of water sports there, including swimming, surfing, and boating. The resort has 235 sites, all with full hookup, a picnic table, and a concrete patio. There is WIFi here, restrooms and showers, and laundry facilities. If you want to spend the day at the resort rather than go out exploring, there is plenty to keep you occupied. There is a full-size swimming pool and a wading pool, and you can play shuffleboard, horseshoes, and billiards. If you are there in the evening, head over to the clubhouse and take part in games night, bingo, karaoke, or line dancing. You might also be lucky enough to get there when happy hour is on. There are shops close by for your everyday needs, and there are fantastic places to eat. Be sure to try out one of the seafood restaurants and also the Italian pizza and sub take away across the road.
Look for the big rooster on Tomoka Farms Road in Port Orange to find the Cacklebery Campground at the Cabbage Patch, a bustling venue that hosts an impressive array of special events in addition to maintaining a friendly, social campground that offers guests all of the essential amenities. Visitors can enjoy warm showers, electrical and water hookups, a spacious wooded environment that offers both sun and shade, and spaces for campfires and picnic tables. Come and stay at the park for Speedweek, Bikeweek, or Biketober, only a few examples of the many bike-curious events that take place here. Besides having a front-row seat for the races, bands, or other events, visitors can take advantage of vendors and cheap, frosty beverages that become part of the campsite on these special days. You can also rent both recreational vehicles and campers on this site with ample space for a family of four.
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.
The Ponce Leon Lighthouse is Florida?s tallest, its buildings have much history to tell and they have been restored to their original glory. If you?re not afraid of heights walk up the 203 steps to the top to get the best view around. Learn about turn of the century life take a look at the Ayers Davies Lens Exhibit Building which as one of the best collections of restored Fresnel lenses in the world.
Home to the most well-known race in NASCAR the Daytona 500, the Daytona International Speedway is a must stop for anyone with a need for speed. You can watch events such as ARCA, AMA Superbike, and on the track?s 180 acre infield is Lake Lloyd which has also hosted powerboat racing. Enjoy unique tours where you can walk among the legends and see the world?s largest collections of race trophies, race cars and driver memorabilia
Travel less than an hour north from Palm Bay to experience an inspirational venue that is a museum, heritage site, and science center at Cape Kennedy. This historic site is adjacent to the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station and the NASA Shuttle Landing Facility. The venue is designed to preserve and educate the public about the various NASA space missions that have taken place since the organization was formed, along with describing future plans and providing information about current leadership and ongoing activities. Various permanent exhibits feature the Mars missions, technology, aeronautics, and early satellites. Visitors learn the history of previous missions and the brave astronauts that made them possible, along with information about current and future missions to distant planets. Future plans include journeys to Mars, the asteroid belt, and even beyond the galaxy. The space center also include a gallery of video and interactive media that includes various media from recent and ongoing NASA missions, many of which are available for educational and public use.
An unexpected oasis in the midst of Orlando's concrete jungle, Harry P. Lieu Gardens is a breath of fresh, floral-vented air. The 50-acre botanical garden is located near downtown Orlando, but that fact is easy to forget once you set foot on the quiet, peaceful grounds. The historic Leu House Museum is open to visitors and offers insight into the families who lived there.
Considered Orlando's "nightlife epicenter," Church Street Station has been the place to be for dining and entertainment more than 100 years. From tapas to taverns, the food scene has something to please everyone. The after-dinner menu includes plenty of shopping and entertainment, from live music to comedy shows.
An unconventional family owned theme park offering family fun and plenty of memorable activities. Wooden coasters, multi-level Go-Karts, thrill rides, family rides, an arcade midway and special events. You can also visit Gator Spot 15,000-square-foot park, where you can feed the animals and take photos with them. Be sure to ride the world?s Tallest SkyCoaster standing at 300 feet!
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.
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.
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.