Two Private RV Parks Make “Top Florida” List
It’s no secret that Florida is one of the most popular destinations for RVers, especially in the winter months. Great places to camp are easy to find all throughout the state and range from rustic retreats all the way up to high-end private resorts, the Lakeland (Fla.) Ledger reported.
The typical RVer is changing, too. More and more, working couples and young families are discovering the lifestyle, hitting the road on weekends and vacations — with a few even deciding to ditch their sticks-and-bricks home in favor of full-time wandering.
In addition to several county, state and federal campgrounds, the Ledger suggested the following two private campgrounds as “must-see” sites for RVers in Florida, as quoted below:
“Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort, Orlando — Disney, you say? Yep, RV camping at Fort Wilderness is pretty darn nice. Of course, it’s about as family friendly as it gets — pet friendly, too — and is an affordable lodging choice if you are planning to visit the theme parks. You’ll have easy access to the Magic Kingdom and the ability to see fireworks right from the campground. Give it a shot; you’ll definitely be surprised.”
“Lion Country Safari KOA (Kampgrounds of America), Loxahatchee — It’s not common to hear lions roaring from your campsite — in Florida, anyway — but that’s exactly what you’ll hear at Lion Country KOA. Big-rig friendly sites give you easy access to all the fun next door at Lion Country Safari, plus the campground is located about halfway between West Palm Beach and the eastern shore of Lake Okeechobee.”
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