2018 Forest River Vibe
2018 Forest River Vibe
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If you want to experience a mix between fast-paced culture, outdoor adventures, and relaxing in the sun, then you should definitely book an RV in Orange County. If you do, that means that you can camp at Wekiwa Springs Campground, which is one of the nicest, most lovely RV parks in the area. If you stay here, you’ll have access to the state park with the same name, including trails, fishing, swimming, and canoe rentals. At the RV campground itself, there’s a playground, horseshoe pit, and a volleyball court - the loser has to wash the camper rental.
Or perhaps they’d rather pick up some firewood for the cozy campfire where you can all make s’mores, or other snacks for one of the many picnics you can have when RV camping at Wekiwa Springs Campground. If anyone is in the mood for some hot dogs or burgers, just fire up the grill, and you’ll be both full and satisfied in no time. It can also be useful to know that there are full hookups with 50 amp service as well as a dump station, but perhaps you’d rather think about all the relaxing times you’ll have in your rental camper at Wekiwa Springs Campground.
However nice your Wekiwa Springs Campground camping experience is, you should check out the surrounding area too. Like the beautiful city of Apopka, just around the corner from your RV rental, or progressive yet traditional Altamonte Springs, or all the gorgeous lakes and parks and reserves. You can also go in the opposite direction and visit places which are completely human-made - like Disney World or Universal in Orlando, for example.
First off, it’s time to explore Wekiwa Springs State Park properly. Or you could just sit back, kick your feet up, and take in the atmosphere created by the lush hammocks, green springs, and buzzing of wildlife. Another option would be to hike through the almost tropical landscape, trying to catch a glimpse of a deer, wild turkey, or maybe even a fox squirrel. You could also swim and snorkel in the crystal-clear springs, before enjoying a yummy picnic.
At Lake Apopka North Shore you can also enjoy lots of water activities such as boating and paddling, but another big reason to come here is to experience the amazing marshes and wetlands, once part of the lake itself but now a place where you can hike, bike, or even drive as you wish. The wildlife needs to be given special attention, and you might spot bobcats, otters, or an alligator if you keep your eyes peeled. This is also a birder’s paradise, with hundreds of different species having been observed here.
Well, you can’t rent a camper near Wekiwa Springs Campground and not go to the beach, isn’t that right? Hop into your Apopka RV rental and head east to Canaveral National Seashore, and you’ll be in for a real treat. Here you can marvel at the white sand beaches, while looking out for beautiful animals and fragile flowers - unless you happen to be in the area just in time for a launch from Kennedy Space Center, of course. If you prefer the sky free from space ships but full of stars, take a look at the seasonal night sky programs.
If you’re at all into film, TV, and cartoons, you simply can’t camp in an RV near Orlando without at least considering a visit to the magical Walt Disney World, or Hogsmeade, Diagon Alley, and many other Harry Potter locations at Universal. Of course, you can also meet ET, go on the Men in Black ride, or check out the dinosaurs living in Jurassic Park. There are also a whole bunch of other theme parks around, where you can go on thrilling rides or splash around in the water - find one that suits the whole family.
Staying by your Apopka camper is also an option, especially if you’re in town for the Old Florida Outdoor Festival. Here the closeness of humans and nature is celebrated, and there are many activities to try, each one more fun than the other. Get close to wild animals, enter a competition, watch some live music - and don’t forget the food stands and their delicious dishes with your name on them.
At this point, do you even know why you haven’t made the decision to rent an RV near Apopka before? Well, it’s never too late to book a vacation in this paradise on Earth and experience everything that Florida and Orange County have to offer.