Orlando Airport RV Rentals

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What is the best way to get the most of your Orlando holiday? We always answer with this question ” have you considered renting an RV in Orlando or fully equipped Campervan?”. It is hugely popular in the USA and you will never be far from a first class camping park, to hook up and chill out for a few days, as you plan your next adventure. RVRentalNetwork enables you to compare all suppliers in and around Orlando, and choose the one that meets with your specification and within your budget!

When you think of Florida, you think of hot weather, pretty people, and lots of amusement. In certain aspects of this thought you are exactly right, Orlando does offer all of those things and even more. There is a reason that the population of 2.1 million people prefer to stay here and bask in the lovely weather and get a tan. One of the things that most people don’t think to do while in Orlando is enjoy some of the history that dates back thousands of years. Yes, the mass amounts of amusement parks are wonderful. There is some great beaches only 90 minute away as well, but for those wanting a glimpse into the past of this city you’ll also be thoroughly entertained.

Orlando itself has a long history with the Native Americans that settled here long before the first westerners arrived in the 1500s. Spend a few hours traveling around the different museums before hitting the roller coasters and tons of bars that are world-renowned in Orlando. However, if you want to do those things: you’ve come to paradise. A playground for old and young makes Orlando a perfect holiday destination. Play golf in one of the many golf courses, see a film with some air-conditioner in one of the modern theaters, enjoy the music and club scene, or drive around and see some of the swamps that are so famous in the southern United States. It is easy to say that whatever you want to do in Orlando there is something for you. Remember to bring some water though because the nice weather will keep you sweating!

Recommended campervan drives from Orlando Airport:

Seeing as how Orlando is directly in the middle of Florida it is so easy for one to go in any direction and discover beauty on your RV holiday. Aside from thinking about gorgeous beaches in Florida, one of the things people often think about is swamps. When it comes to swamps, the best place around is the Everglades. Take the 80-mile paved road trip through the Everglades National Park. Obviously watch out for alligators and other wildlife on the road.

Another journey is to take County Road 510 on State Road A1A on a 166 miles long trip through the Indian River Lagoon that is home to over 4,000 species. Also, the 120 mile long River of Lakes Heritage Corridor is full of old citrus groves and other historic scenery that is great for those wanting a beautiful landscape as a backdrop. However, if forests and that sort of nature aren’t your thing, the beaches are only 90 minutes away on the Atlantic side. World famous Cocoa Beach and Daytona Beach are only a little over an hour away from Orlando. Also, the Gulf Coast beaches on the other side of Florida are about 2 hours away and are just as pristine. One can drive this way to see Treasure Island, Caladesi Island State Park, and Siesta Key.

Orlando & Nearby Attractions

Orlando International Airport serves dozens of different destinations, it is obvious why it is the 13th-busiest airport in the United States. Beginning as a military airfield known as Orlando Army Air Field #2 in 1942, it has transformed into the megahub it is now over the last 70+ years. It hosted many different aircraft’s and military activities in many different wars until the 1960s when it first became a civil-military facilities. In this time period, jetliners like the Boeing 707 needed longer airports and were used here. More passengers mean bigger airports for bigger airplanes, hence why they chose here. It provided a perfect place for expansion.

It wasn’t until 1975 however that it became a civilian only airport. At the moment it currently has 2 different terminals for over 20 different airlines. Many of these airlines reach all over the world taking people as far as Iceland, Panama, and even Germany! Wherever you want to go in the world, you’d be lucky to have a great stop off in this wonderful city and wonderful airport. Enjoy some of the Florida weather and the relaxing airport. With plenty of experience, you’ll have no problem getting to where you want to go!