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Discover Clarcona, FL
In the center of The Sunshine State, Clarcona, Florida, is just northwest of Orlando. Several ponds, lakes, and wetland ecosystems surround Clarcona, making it the perfect Florida escape. With the Amusement Park Capital of the World, Orlando right nearby, and the various natural gems of central Florida within easy driving distance, there is never a dull moment to be had when you rent an RV in Clarcona, FL.
When you book an RV in Orange County, you will open up the wilds of central Florida’s forests and wetlands. When you spend time in central Florida exploring the various natural wonders of the region, you may even begin to wonder why so many people would rather spend time at the crowded amusement parks.
The Great Outdoors
Head northwest of town with the Clarcona motorhome rental and you'll find the Lake Apopka North Shore near Apopka, Florida. This local park and nature preserve is right at home on the northern shores of Lake Apopka, one of central Florida’s many small lakes. At Lake Apopka, visitors can enjoy exploring the more than 20 miles of hiking trails that wind throughout the preserve. There are even locations throughout the park where you can launch a canoe or kayak and get an even closer experience of the wetlands.
If you’re looking for something even a little more on the wild side, then take a quick trip north to Wekiwa Springs State Park. Almost like a tropical forest escape in the middle of Florida, Wekiwa Springs boasts “emerald springs” throughout the park that are open to swimmers. Whether you want to enjoy the natural springs or see what kinds of Florida wildlife you might find since the park is part of the Great Florida Birding & Wildlife Trail, Wekiwa Springs is a great spot to escape from reality for a little while. If you’d like to enjoy the rivers and springs but don’t want to get wet yourself, you can even rent a canoe or kayak on site and explore the park via the waterways.
An easy drive east of town, and the perfect day trip is the Little Big Econ State Forest near Geneva, Florida. At Little Big Econ, visitors can enjoy the more than 10,000 acres of protected land via hike and bike trail or canoe and kayak. The land of the park itself has had a varied history, from Native tribe lands to farming to ranching. Today, visitors can enjoy this now protected land as it returns back to a natural landscape. Visitors to the park often enjoy paddling down the Econlockhatchee River which flows through the park for almost 20 miles. If you’d rather stay on dry land, you can spend your day hiking the eight-mile stretch of the Florida National Scenic Trail that cuts through the park.
When you secure an RV rental in Clarcona, be sure to secure some RV park reservations. There are several places near Clarcona that are worth considering.
Just on the north side of Clarcona is Lost Lake RV Park. At Lost Lake, visitors have access to full hookups, restroom and shower facilities, laundry facilities, and an on-site convenience store. Visitors can also partake in basketball and a swimming pool.
Just a short drive to the north of Clarcona is the Orlando NW/Orange Blossom KOA. Here, visitors will have access to full hookups, restroom and shower facilities, laundry facilities, and Wi-Fi. Visitors will also have access to a swimming pool and shuffleboard.
When you need to refuel and restock with on your Clarcona RV rental by owner journey, you’ll have plenty of options just south of Clarcona along one of the main roads heading into Orlando.
Explore the City
When you rent an RV in Clarcona, be sure to set aside some extra time to explore the local area. There’s so much to see and do in this Central Florida paradise that even your “relaxation” days will be filled to the brim.
Just a short drive away from Clarcona is the Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive. Here, you can enjoy an 11-mile drive through the Lake Apopka North Shore. You can get close to the Florida wilderness without having to worry about reapplying sunscreen. You’ll be able to see a variety of water birds like egrets and herons, and maybe even some alligators and bobcats.
If you want to get even closer to some wildlife, spend some time at the Audubon Center for Birds of Prey. Here, you can learn about the rehabilitation of native Florida raptors, such as bald eagles, falcons, and owls. You can also take classes to learn even more about the various wild birds.
If you want to learn more about the natural world around you, you can spend time at the Orlando Science Center. Here, you’ll be able to learn about dinosaurs, physics, and even the stars. With plenty of permanent exhibits, traveling exhibits, and interactive exhibits, there is so much to learn at the Orlando Science Center.
After a day of hiking and learning, you’ll have to find a good way to refuel. Luckily enough, when you rent an RV near Clarcona, Florida, you’ll be able to indulge in some freshly caught seafood, such as Gulf shrimp, crab, or even oysters.
RV Rentals in Clarcona, FL
Clarcona, FL is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.
There are many popular rentals in Clarcona. Outdoorsy's Clarcona RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.
RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby
Nearby to Clarcona are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Cumberland Island National Seashore, Fort Caroline National Memorial, Big Cypress National Preserve, Canaveral National Seashore, and Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge.
What's around Clarcona, FL
Check out local hikes, campgrounds, parks and more!
Local Hiking Trails
|Guana River State Park Loop Trail||Ponte Vedra||Florida|
|Morris Bridge Park||Thonotosassa||Florida|
|Wekiwa Springs Loop Trail||Apopka||Florida|
|Alafia State Park Trail||Lithia||Florida|
|La Chua Trail||Micanopy||Florida|
|Pine Island East Loop Trail||Orlando||Florida|
|Black Bear Wilderness Area Trail||Sanford||Florida|
|Little-Big Econ State Forest||Geneva||Florida|
|Weedon Island Preserve Trail||St Petersburg||Florida|
Recommendations for Clarcona, FL from Outdoorsy Owners
A great place to go with family and enjoy Disney all while having a budget friendly place to stay and still have all the amenities of Disney such as pool, transportation and conveniences.
An excellent Orange County park for camping, swimming, floating and paddling in Rock Springs. Large campsites, nice bathhouses, and big playgrounds.
Disney doesn't disappoint with this amazing Campground. So nice to feel the camping slow world comfort just a boat or bus ride away from Walt Disney World!
Fort Wilderness is one of the best places to stay if you want a clean, well maintained campground with a TON of family friendly activities! We'd love to help you get the most out of your stay here!
This is a great place to stay, wether visiting the Disney theme parks or just camping. So much to do here, who needs the parks? We will gladly deliver our camper here for you, so no need to tow.
Of course a visit to Orlando wouldn’t be complete without a trip to Disney, SeaWorld or Universal Studios. We are close to all of these attractions and can recommend good campgrounds in the area.
Check ahead, but usually you can stay overnight. Food is great but a bit slow, so relax and enjoy.
Love swimming in the crystal clear springs, hiking the gorgeous trails and kayaking the river! We deliver our camper here on a regular basis. Nice shaded sites, most have good privacy.
I love this place. Has some hookups and has a great swim area for kids. It's a spring that forms a nice lake, crystal clear, with an old 'castle' in the middle. It's a sulfur spring.
Lots of restaurant along the strip. Great shopping. Nice place to spend an afternoon eating and shopping. Some high end shopping.
Plenty of restaurants. Nightlife, Boardwalk along the river.
Nice park. No pets though. Traditional campground. Many guests go year after year with their families.
It is a great place to take the kids or even to go with out the kids. Is a magical place.
5 star resort located on Disney properties!! You will have transportation to all the world famous Disney World parks!!!
Downtown Sanford has plenty of local restaurants worth trying. Also there are a lot of local breweries within walking distance of each other. Tuffy's Bottle Shop is our go to when in Sanford.
Great place to stay even if you are not going to Disney. If you are going to one of the Disney parks it is very convenient with a boat ride over to the entrance of the park. A great pool!
Disney owned. Clean and family friendly with many things to do. They also provide transportation to and from the parks.
This is a great place to have fun and enjoy life. transportation is supplied thru out the park. Lots and Lots of fun things to do and see. Keeps the little ones busy. Don't forget your bicycles.
Disney Ft Wilderness is a blast. Spotless community bathrooms, tons of outdoor activities, pool, arcade, nightly campfire and movie. Be sure to bring your golf cart or you can rent one there
It's the only place other than Las Vegas where adults get to feel like children again!
If you are looking for a beautiful RV park in the Central FL area, consider Wekiva Falls RV Resort in Sorrento, FL.
Fun activities, great restaurants, easy access to the parks.
Great place for kids, after all it is Disney and they spare no expense at making this campground look amazing.
Amazing place! You must go during summer time to enjoy the natural spring water that's super ice cold! Beautiful, just beautiful park! To book go to www.floridasprings.org
Great and affordable place to camp! Many activities to do here! You will love it!
Camping at Disney is the best! So much to do great food and the kids are occupied the whole time.
It is a dream come true and a trip that all kids should have the chance to take. An RV would just make the trip allot more fun.
What's not to like? You are technically staying at a Disney Resort and you get an arm band but for an RV park they roll out the red carpet and treat you like a king for a very reasonable price.