Central Florida is home to some beautiful places to camp, whether in an RV, a travel trailer or a tent. We have compiled a list of the best campgrounds and campsites around Central Florida.
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Orange Blossom KOA
Just 15 minutes from downtown Orlando, at the Orange Blossom KOA you will be able to enjoy a small town atmosphere. Unlike the larger campgrounds with hundreds of sites, you will get to enjoy the peaceful surroundings and personal attention in a location that is convenient to everything that Central Florida has to offer.
The Orange Blossom KOA is not short on amenities either. You will be able to enjoy:
|20/30/50 amp Electric
This KOA can accommodate Double Slide Outs and big rig pull through sites with sun or shade. All sites have full hook-ups and 20/30/50 amp electric, 48 channels of CATV and WIFI.
Winter Garden RV Resort
Winter Garden RV Resort has the advantage of being minutes from the world famous attractions in Florida, and it is just 90 miles to either coast. While this RV resort is small enough to be friendly, it is big enough to provide RVer’s with all types of amenities.
You will be glad to know that Winter Garden RV resorts can accommodate double slide outs and has-pull through sites. You will have both 30 and 50 amp electric and full hookup sites. There are some waterfront sites, too!
Amenities at Winter Garden RV Resort include:
|Golf cart rentals
|Swimming pool (heated)
|20/30/50 amp Electric
Clerbrook Golf & RV Resort
Located among the rolling hills of Clermont, Florida, this RV resort has over 1,250 sites on 287 acres in beautiful Lake County. This park even has an on-site 18 hole golf course. The course features rolling fairways set among the nature preserve and lakes.
Clerbrook is also close to Sea World, Lakeridge Winery, Walt Disney World and Universal Studios.
The sites include 30/50 amp electric and full hookup sites. There are also rental accommodations at Clerbrook RV Resort.
The amenities at Clerbrook include:
Olde Mill Stream RV Resort
1000 North Central Avenue, Umatilla, Florida 32784
Toll free: 800-449-3141
Email: [email protected]
Website: Olde Mill Stream RV Resort
Map of Site: Site map of Olde Mill Stream RV Resort
Olde Mill Stream is a vacation spot that gives you a place to stroll, ride bikes, fish and enjoy planned activities. This gated community offers 427 spacious sites with an 8’ X 20’ pad, picnic tables and full hook-ups.
The Olde Mill Stream can accommodate double slide outs and has pull through sites and some along the waterfront. All spots have 30/50 amp electric. With mature trees, shrubs and flowers, this well known resort is ideal to spend several weeks at.
The amenities at Olde Mill Stream include:
|Cable TV/ Satellite
|30/50 amp Electric
The Campsites at Disney’s Fort Wilderness
4510 N. Ft. Wilderness Trail, Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830
Toll free: 407-439-7835
Email: [email protected]
Website: The Campsites at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort
Map of Site: Disney’s Fort Wilderness
This is the opportunity for you to camp right in the middle of the Walt Disney World Resort! The only campground at a Disney Resort, Fort Wilderness is nestled into 740 acres of woodlands, wilderness cabins and campsites for both tents and RVs.
There are campsites that will accommodate tents or 45-foot and longer RVs. There is a maximum of 10 people per site.
Most of the campsites have a sewer hook-up and they have 30/50 amp electric at each site. You are encouraged to add a personal touch and decorate your campsite!
Amenities at Fort Wilderness include:
|Golf cart rental
|Swimming pool with corkscrew slide
|30/50 amp electric
Lake Louisa State Park
It is hard to believe, once you are immersed in nature at Lake Louisa State Park, you are only 30 minutes from Orlando. The 4,500 acres of the park contains 6 lakes, two streams, 105 acres of lake shoreline and 11 natural plant habitats.
You can fish on four of the six lakes in the park, but boats have to be small enough to be hand carried to the water. Electric trolling motors or hand power is permitted on the lakes, no outboard motors.
There are 20 cabins in Lake Louisa State Park that have two bedrooms, two baths and a kitchen with appliances. The cabins are furnished with heat/air conditioning, dishes, silverware, linens, towels and a picnic table and rocking chair on the porch. Two of the cabins are fully accessible.
Amenities at Lake Louisa State Park include:
|Accessible fishing pier (2)
|Accessible restroom (2)
|Hammock camping available
There are two primitive campsites, Wilderness Point and Pine Point in Lake Louisa Park. Both of these camping areas are in the more pristine and beautiful areas of the park. These sites do not have water or electricity. They do have a fire ring and picnic table. These sites are not accessible by vehicle, and they are pack-in and pack-out.
Nova Family Campground
Just six miles from Daytona Beach, this 20 acre campground is a relaxing place to stay. Here you can experience the full range of the camping experience, from RV hook-ups to fully-equipped cabins or sites for tents.
Try one of the Florida igloos (pictured above) at the Nova Campgrounds. With their 9 foot vaulted ceiling and screened breezeways at both the front and back, it is a great way to travel light.
Amenities at the Nova Family Campground include:
|Swimming Pool (Heated)
St. John’s River Campground
The St. John’s River Campground is just ¼ mile from the St. John’s River which has some of the best bass fishing. The river has earned the title as the Bass Capital of the World. At the St. John’s River Campgrounds, their large campsites can accommodate motor homes, trailers or tents. Full hook-up sites include water, swerve and electric.
If you rent a cabin at St. John’s, it will have a full bathroom and complete kitchen with microwaves, dishes and pots and pans. Cabins also have heat and air conditioners and cable TV. For motor homes or trailers, there is 30/50 amp electric and pull through sites.
Amenities at St. John’s River Campground include:
|Camp fire allowed
|30/50 amp electric
108 Rodman Dam Road, Palatka, FL 32177
Website: Rodman Campground
No site map available
This 64 site campground offers access to some of Florida’s best freshwater fishing. The Rodman Reservoir has been rated as one of the Top 10 Trophy Bass Lakes in Florida by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
There are 26 primitive tent sites and 38 sites that have power and water hookups. The 1,300 mile long statewide Florida National Scenic Trail runs adjacent to the Rodman Campground. Cyclists can ride the paved areas within the campground loops, Rodman Dam road or the natural surface maintained trail.
Amenities at Rodman Campground include:
There are several species of wildlife that you will see in the Rodman Campground area. Commonly seen are white-tailed deer, wild turkey, wading birds, hawks, bald eagles, osprey and alligators.
5802 Trimble Park Road, Mt. Dora, FL 32757
Website: Trimble Park
Map of Site: (on page 20) Camping at Orange County Parks & Recreation
If you are interested in making reservations at Trimble Park, you will need to do so online as reservations are not accepted over the phone. Use this link for reservations: Orange County, FL
Trimble Park is one of five parks in Orange County where you can enjoy nature. Located on 71 acres, Trimble Park is on a peninsula between Carlton and Beauclaire on the Harris Chain of Lakes. Trimble Park campsites are on a first-come, first-serve basis if you choose not to make reservations in advance. There are primitive sites that are set aside for tents only, no vehicles are permitted.
According to their brochures, Camping at Orange County Parks & Recreation, Trimble Park is in known bear habitat areas, so you need to be mindful of how you store your food.
Click here to watch a video about all this park has to offer!
Amenities at Trimble Lake include:
|15 RV/Tent sites
|Fire ring with grill
If you are interested in camping at one of the Florida State Parks, this brochure will give you the information you need to learn about the parks: