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» Camping In Orlando, Florida - Parks & Beaches


Did you know that Florida has more licensed campgrounds then any other USA state. Most Florida campgrounds are open all year. They are rarely totally full, in spite of occasional reports to the contrary. Some individual campgrounds get full for short periods at peak seasons or during special events. Always check about available sites rather than relying on news media reports. If you want to guarantee that you will have a site at the campground of your choice, be sure to make a reservation in advance. If you prefer the freedom of traveling without advance commitments, go ahead and enjoy yourself. You may not find a site at the first park you stop in, but the chances are that you will find one in the same area.

Most campgrounds are open all year, are family-oriented, have hot showers, picnic tables, a recreation hall and RV storage service, welcome pets on a leash and accept reservations. Many also have a swimming pool, water access, groceries and propane sales on the premises.

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Most campgrounds and RV parks welcome pets on a leash. However, because some owners give their pets a bad reputation, some parks now have restrictions on the type or size of pet permitted and in what sections of the park they may camp. Most require the pet owner to clean up any fallout or hazardous waste left behind by the pet. Please check with the individual park for any special pet regulations they may have. Florida state law requires pets to be immunized against such diseases as rabies. If you plan to be in Florida with a pet for any length of time, it is advisable to bring proof that your pet has had current shots. Owners of dogs, cats or other pet animals are required to keep their pets under direct control at all times. Animals must not be allowed to run at large or to commit any nuisance within the limits of the park. There is a tough state law against animal cruelty, so owners should use good judgment when confining their pets or disciplining them.

Before next year's trip to Florida, write or call for the latest edition of the Florida Camping Directory, plus brochures about many Florida Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds Member facilities.

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