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Discover Lakeland, FL
As the largest city between Tampa and Orlando, Lakeland, FL is an important transportation hub and a home for art, history and architecture. Travelers, as well as the good people who call this city home, have much to enjoy with all it has to offer.
But, why rush around? Why not take in what’s in and around the city? When you book an RV in Lakeland, FL, you don’t have to choose to stay in one spot.
Let’s explore what’s outside Lakeland’s city limits.
For The Outdoor Enthusiast
Less than two hours outside of the city, Ocala and Silver Springs, FL host beautiful experiences that spread across miles of choice outdoor locations.
With its breathtaking, crystal-clear freshwater spring, the Juniper Springs Recreation Area features popular picnic facilities, a swimming hole, campgrounds, and a quaint mill house. Many other favorited spots are housed in the sand pine scrub forests and along a number of the natural pools.
A huge advantage when you rent an RV in Lakeland is that you can bring a lot of your comforts with you when exploring. For starters, the Ocala National Forest is definitely a place worth visiting. As with all national forests, Ocala is full of public land, where you stake your own claim for a while.
Travel trailer rentals in Lakeland are another fantastic option, especially when visiting the designated Ocala National Forest developed campgrounds; Big Bass Campground (open October through April) and Big Scrub Campground. Be advised, certain trails may require permits if you are also planning on enjoying some off-roading adventures.
Salt Springs Campground is another well-visited spot and is one of the few areas with full hookups. Here, enjoy the large campground as well as comfortable seclusion in well-shaded, roomy sites.
If your RV rental in Lakeland, FL has you wanting to enjoy your stay somewhere between the open outdoors and a closer community, there are plenty more RV parks and resorts available to suit your exact needs!
RV Parks And Resorts
Silver Springs, just between Ocala (the city) and Ocala National Forest, could be an RVer’s dream. The Wilderness RV Resort is a “unique roadside retreat”. Amenities are bountiful and close-by, making gas and grub something you don’t have to sweat.
Northeast of Lakeland, St. Augustine is about a three-hour drive from the city. Make your time out there worth it! Relax and stay a while. St. Augustine has much to offer with its breezy beaches and relaxing trails.
Luckily, you can be prepared with the best RV rental in Lakeland! You needn’t worry over where to go with it, either. St. Augustine sports a multitude of RV-friendly parks that are conveniently accompanied by a plethora of places to fill up your travel trailer and your stomach. The top-rated RV parks in this area include Cooksey’s RV Park, Compass RV Park and St. Augustine KOA.
If you decide, instead, to make your way West of the city, you won’t want to miss a stay at the Clearwater Travel Resort. This resort is perfectly suited for a luxury RV rental in Lakeland. Once more, in this area, amenities are boundless, giving you the freedom to go all out and enjoy all of the benefits that staying in an RV rental near Lakeland has to offer without having to commit to only one location!
For The City Explorers
Just as there are those who love the quiet retreat that the outdoors can bring, there are plenty of others who want to take in all that the city life has to offer. With an RV rental in Lakeland, FL so close to Orlando and Kissimmee, there’s no excuse to miss out on all the fun!
The drive is about an hour to Kissimmee, and just a tad over when going all the way through to Orlando. There are a total of six Orlando-Kissimmee RV resorts in the area, so you don’t have to pack all the fun in one day!
In fact, the most noted attractions, Disney World and SeaWorld, are a great way to spend the day with thrills and excitement! Once the day is done, be sure to check out the nightlife these cities have to offer. The pulse of these cities is palpable, and you sure don’t want to miss the beat!
Back in Lakeland, don’t leave without taking in The Polk Museum of Art, Lake Mirror Park, and the showstopping formal garden known as the Hollis Garden. You’ll also find that downtown Lakeland is home to an astounding Historic and Antiques district. Here, specialty shops and galleries, restaurants and pubs all thrive in the bustle of the city.
Visiting in April? You won’t want to miss out on Lakeland’s Sun ‘N Fun fundraiser event. The aviation educators love to inspire their audience with world-class events. The best part? Proceeds from this fundraiser go toward the community, as well as toward the Aerospace Center for Excellence.
RV Rentals in Lakeland, FL
Lakeland, FL is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.
There are many popular rentals in Lakeland. Outdoorsy's Lakeland 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 Lakeland are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Everglades National Park, Cumberland Island National Seashore, Fort Caroline National Memorial, Big Cypress National Preserve, and Canaveral National Seashore.Popular RV Types & Amenities
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Local Hiking Trails
|Alafia State Park Trail||Lithia||Florida|
|Balm Boyette Nature Preserve Trail||Riverview||Florida|
|Black Bear Wilderness Area Trail||Sanford||Florida|
|Morris Bridge Park||Thonotosassa||Florida|
|Weedon Island Preserve Trail||St Petersburg||Florida|
|Wekiwa Springs Loop Trail||Apopka||Florida|
|Pine Island East Loop Trail||Orlando||Florida|
|Little-Big Econ State Forest||Geneva||Florida|
|Little Manatee River Loop||Wimauma||Florida|