Orlando glamping means sleeping among the wildlife and waterways.
While many visitors to Orlando head straight to Disney World or the area's other hot spots, the resort capital of Florida also has a surprising number of glamping options. Whether you want to stay in a treehouse, yurt, or vintage trailer, this popular area has plenty of glampsites to choose from and outdoor activities to enjoy. While Orlando is most pleasant for glamping outside of the hot and buggy summer months, the winter, spring, and fall seasons bring hiking, fishing, boating, and mountain biking just outside of the main urban area. If you're a water lover, the hundreds of rivers, springs, and lakes beckon for kayaking, canoeing, and paddle boarding. Keep an eye out for manatees at Homosassa Springs, alligators, raccoons, and river otters in the St. Johns River, and even wild monkeys in Silver Springs State Park.