What do mornings in Orlando look like when you’re on vacation? Quite rosy if you’ve reserved a spot at an RV park. Wave to the traveler occupying the lot next to yours, and pat yourself on the back for embarking on this adventure.
Vacationing at an RV resort gives you a chance to combine two things you know you’ll adore: driving on the open road and spending some quality time relaxing in Orlando. Whether you have your own trailer or will be renting one for the experience, RV parks and campgrounds offer a relaxing getaway from the hustle and bustle of daily life.
Not only will you get to tour scenic stretches of highway near Orlando, but you have all the things to make your home away from home feel cozy and inviting. Most trailer park rentals in Orlando have essential hookups for water, electricity, and your sewage needs, but there are also luxury campervan parks that go above and beyond the call of duty. Picture yourself taking part in communal movie nights under the stars, roasting marshmallows over cheerful bonfires, and watching the sun go down from the comfort of your trailer’s lot in Orlando.
There’s a reason why many people choose to forego traditional houses and decide to live in an RV instead—because you have the freedom to explore, while still having access to all the comforts you’re used to.
Ready to hop in the driver’s seat and shift gears toward adventure? Reserve one of many RV resorts today on Travelocity. Find the location that’s right for you in Orlando, and still have money left over to check out the tastiest restaurants in town.
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