Rent an RV and savor the sun in Florida, “The Sunshine State”. Florida RV rentals are a dream vacation because it has some of the best beaches in North America, it has more water parks than anywhere else in the USA, plenty of amusement and theme parks (including Disney World), and is a great state for golfing 365 days a year.
Drive your Florida RV rental to an assortment of attractions like Gatorland, Monkey Jungle, the Kennedy Space Center, or The Florida Everglades.
Drive your Florida RV rental over to Gatorland in Orlando, Florida. Gatorland has been around since 1949 and has turned into a popular attraction because it is a 110-acre alligator theme park and wildlife preserve that is closely located near Walt Disney World, Universal Studios, and the Orlando International Airport. Gatorland is definitely affordable family entertainment with its amazing display of huge alligators and crocodiles, train ride, aviary, breeding marsh, bird sanctuary, petting zoo, nature walk, and unique shows.
Once you have left Gatorland, don’t forget to park your Florida RV rental at the Kennedy Space Center which is located 45 minutes east of Orlando. The Kennedy Space Center is the world’s only launch site for the Space Shuttle. It’s also the only place on earth where you’ll be able to tour launch areas, meet an Astronaut, view massive rockets, train in spaceflight simulators, and view a launch.
If you are driving your RV rental in Miami, your next pitstop should be at Monkey Jungle – “Where the humans are caged and the monkeys run wild”. There are a total of 30 species of primates at Monkey Jungle. Monkey Jungle proudly participates in an international effort to save the species that are threatened with extinction and the park is a truly entertaining and unforgettable place.
Now that you’re in southern Florida, why not drive your Florida RV rental to The Florida Everglades? The Florida Everglades, otherwise known as “The River of Grass”, is one of the largest wetlands in the world and the only subtropical preserve in North America. The Everglades are a shallow sheet of freshwater that travels over the lowlands and through billions of blades of sawgrass. You can tour The Everglades by foot, tram, airboat, or canoe.
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