RV camping takes you beyond the theme parks.
Orlando may be famed for its theme parks, but riding into town in an RV opens up access to central Florida parks of a more peaceful nature. Campers can park just minutes from Walt Disney World Resort, SeaWorld, and Universal Studios, and still enjoy campsites near swimming pools, boating, horseback riding, and canoeing in sprawling RV resorts covered in cypress forest; by a spring-fed lake in Florida's orange grove country; or in peaceful Lake Louisa State Park or Wekiwa Springs State Park. No matter the RV campground where you pull up in your campervan or big rig, you’ll find hiking trails, waterways to paddle, and pull-through and back-in RV sites with top-notch amenities that run the gamut from full hookups and laundry facilities to water sport rentals, clubhouses, and wifi. Many parks are pet-friendly with dog parks, too, while offering basics like restrooms, picnic tables, and 50-amp service. Sunny weather is abundant in the Sunshine State, though winter and spring promise the most pleasant conditions for an RV camping getaway—summer, on the other hand, is hot and humid.