On 183 acres just south of Orlando’s Metro West, you’ll find this lovely park perched beside Turkey Lake. There is a small campground with concrete pads that occupy a section of the park. With a combination of palm trees and live oaks, this city park offers its guests adequate shade from the sun.
A highly demanded feature of Bill Frederick Park is disc golf. Fortunately for lovers of this sport, the grounds have three courses. The path that follows the lake’s perimeter is usually packed with walkers, joggers, and bikers. If you have small children, you’ll enjoy taking them to the small farm zoo and watching them run around on the playground.
“…The price drastically helped our budget when taking the kids to Universal Studios and Harry Potter…this city park is a short drive to [Universal]. Sites vary in how level they are…” – Renee, Campendium Review
This RV campground in Orlando, Florida is comprised of 1,551 acres of land on Mary Jane Lake. Its campsites include well-placed fire rings, grills, and picnic tables. In some sections of the campground, you can find washing sinks that may be used to rinse your dishes and other necessary items.
At Moss Park, you can fish from the docks or swim in the designated lake area. If you have a boat, you can launch it and enjoy a nice afternoon on the lake. Those who prefer land activities can go for a hike or ride their bicycle around the premises.
“Park has plenty of shade and 50 amp power. Satellite TV possible from some sites. Plenty of wildlife–deer, turkey, squirrels, sandhill cranes, etc. Roads and sites are crushed shells. Large oak trees with lots of moss make for beautiful scenery…” – Ed, RV Park Review
Fort Wilderness in Orlando has a themed campground with all the magical features that characterize Disney parks. You can take a step back in time to the American Frontier and ride a horse or practice your skills with a bow and arrow. Regardless of your campsite’s location, it will be separated from the other campers with landscaped greenery.
You may have a hard time deciding what to do during your stay at Disney’s Fort Wilderness; the trails, live dinner shows, and horse-drawn carriage rides are all enticing. Should you glide down the corkscrew waterslide into the Meadow Swimmin’ Pool or sit in the whirlpool spa by the Wilderness Swimmin’ Pool? Perhaps you can think about it while your pet runs wild in the Waggin’ Trails Dog Park.
“…A cool thing about this campground is that they have a campfire and movies every night, with an appearance by Chip and Dale. Also, they have trail rides…If you are going to Hoop-de-doo Musical Review, this is the most convenient place to stay, you can walk or catch a bus…” – Henry, Campendium Review
Trailer parks near Orlando, Florida usually have a lot of permanent residents, and Twelve Oaks is no exception. However, temporary guests are certainly welcome at the resort's recreational features, such as the horseshoe pit and shuffleboard court. Because of road construction and hurricane damage, this park has undergone remodeling.
This RV park is in Sanford, which is a community just north of Orlando. At Twelve Oaks RV Resort, the sites at the front of the park are reserved for short-term guests. Those interested in exploring the area will love the town's historic section right on Lake Monroe.
“The park is convenient to major roads if you are needing to go into Orlando and surrounding areas...It's a good place for overnight because of its convenient location.” – Carol, TripAdvisor Review
The campsites at this KOA facility can hold big rigs (in fact, some sites measure 100 feet in length by 75 feet in width). To get there, you’ll need to head northwest on Orange Blossom Trail from Orlando to Apopka. You’ll recognize the campground when you see the familiar KOA sign at the front entrance.
What more can you ask for when you’re RV camping near Orlando than a level pad, crystal clear swimming pool, and large Kamp K9 dog park? These amenities and more are available at the Orlando NW/Orange Blossom KOA campground. The friendliness of the manager and staff members is an added bonus.
“Beautiful pool! Had it all to myself yesterday. Clean, clear, warm water…The staff here is outstanding, very accommodating and friendly. I have a disability and they fulfilled my site request and made sure their staff knew that my dog was a service dog. I have only been here a few days, but I feel so comfortable here.” – Renee, Google Review
This campground in Orlando, Florida sits on Lake Fairview right beside a park with a boat ramp. While the lake is great for catching bass, the park itself features multiple softball fields. Whether you need a site for a long- or short-term stay, Lake Breeze RV Park will give you a laid-back environment.
Location is important when you’re visiting Orlando and commuting to the theme parks or beaches. You won’t find a more convenient RV park in the area than this one on Lee Road. With Interstate 4 and U.S. Route 441 a couple of miles away, you have almost direct access to the various Orlando neighborhoods.
“It’s an RV park on the lake in Florida. How awesome. The manager is super nice. Really quiet. Close to everything but a cozy retreat.” – Trex, Google Review
Orlando/Kissimmee KOA, located in Central Florida, is just minutes away from some of the most famous attractions. Walt Disney World Resort, Universal Studios, and SeaWorld are just a few that your family can enjoy while staying at this KOA campground.
Set up camp here and you'll love the many amenities it has to offer such as a pool, hot tub, and fitness room. With a basketball court, horseshoe, bike rentals, and a jump pad, you and your family are sure to have fun at the Orlando/Kissimmee KOA campground.
“My family and I really enjoyed our stay at the Kissimmee Orlando KOA. I loved the space between the RV the beautiful landscape and the amenities. This place is very family-friendly for people with kids and pets. The Weber grill, Swing bench and patio furniture was a plus for my family. The campground is very clean. The camp rangers were very helpful and friendly. Keep up the Awesome work KOA Kissimmee Orlando.” – Larisha Oglesby, Google Review
Although this Winter Garden campground just west of Orlando does not sit by a lake, you can fish in the on-site pond. The park’s two swimming pools ensure that you can stay cool even on the warmest of days. The basketball and shuffleboard courts will satisfy your need for competition.
This Thousand Trails RV park near Orlando, Florida, has a full activities agenda from October through April. In addition to the campground amenities, this place hosts line dancing, Euchre games, spaghetti dinners, and garage sales. You’ll build lifelong relationships with your fellow campers.
“Great place. The staff is attentive and sites well maintained. Common areas and bathhouses very clean. Pool areas recently redone and well-maintained. Activity director in winter months provides lots for everyone to choose from including trips and dinners.” – Howard, Google Review
The Wekiva River’s headwaters, which is where you’ll find the Wekiwa Springs State Park, are in Apopka just 20 miles from Orlando. Campers and day-use guests can enjoy the 72-degree spring water together. Many visit the region to ride down the river in kayaks and canoes looking for wildlife and rare birds.
The hiking trails at Wekiwa Springs State Park stretch farther than 13 miles and weave through dry sandhill communities. One path takes you to a boardwalk that overlooks a river hammock. If you enjoy riding horses, try the Tram Bed Horse Trail.
“It's really no secret anymore that my family and I love camping...This is our second time camping at this park and even though it was a quick two night trip, we still managed to squeeze out a great time...The springs are crystal clear and always refreshing on a hot day. If you have a canoe or kayak, bring it or rent one from their park store. Their kayaking waters are incredible. You are pretty much guaranteed to see some pretty cool wildlife…” - Brandon, Yelp Review
Enthusiastic travelers usually want to visit Orlando and its suburbs at least once just to soak in the sunshine. However, you can do more than gaze at the clear skies and sit by a swimming pool while you’re there. City and state parks such as Turkey Lake and Wekiwa Springs offer a bit of nature in the midst of industrial centers and neighborhoods.
Urban RV parks in Orlando put you in the vicinity of both natural and man-made attractions. Some good examples of these types of campgrounds include Orlando NW/Orange Blossom KOA and Love Lake Breeze RV Park.
Once you’ve set foot in Orlando, you’ll be determined to see the rest of the state. An RV excursion in Florida may prove to be your best vacation yet!
The top 10 campgrounds we selected all show daily, weekly and monthly rates for you. Pricing will vary.
Pricing will vary. The top 10 RV Parks we selected all display daily, weekly and monthly rates for you.
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Yes. The majority of campgrounds we selected in this blog allow pets.