In our first blog entry, we told you that we would have new itineraries in a brand new region soon. Well, today we’ve loaded on our website two new trips in our Florida region. After extensive research, recent travel to central and south Florida and staff experience in personal travel to these areas, we have created what we think are great trips that incorporate tons of fun and activities.

These Florida RV vacations are ideal for a fun, affordable winter getaway! Dan and Sheri (the owners of Tracks & Trails) spent three weeks this summer combing the areas around Orlando and the Florida Keys. While the theme parks are a great destination for many families, they found that there is so much more to see and do. After their fact-finding mission, they worked with the rest of the team to create two great trips that deliver the outdoor family adventures that Tracks & Trails clients expect but with plenty of kicking-back-on-the-beach time.

The first Florida itinerary is called ‘Central Florida & the Space Coast‘. This 7-10 night route starts in the Orlando area and takes you to St. Augustine, the oldest European settlement in the United States, Daytona Beach, Cocoa Beach and the Kennedy Space Center at Cape Canaveral. And yes, we can help you with making this trip what you want it to be by either making the trip a little longer (closer to 10 nights) or by having you spend a little more time in one location that has something you want to see.

The second Florida itinerary is called ‘Florida Keys and the Everglades‘. This trip is also 7-10 nights and starts in either Miami or Fort Lauderdale. This trip will take you down the Florida Keys’ Overseas Highway to Key West. If you love the water, this is the trip to take! From sailing and snorkeling to swimming with dolphins and walking in the footsteps of Ernest Hemingway, there is plenty for the family to do including building a sandcastle or two.

So why visit Florida in an RV? We think that you’ll see much more than you would from a fixed base at a hotel or condo. Another is the Florida State Parks. These magnificent gems include John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park in Key Largo and Blue Spring State Park in Orange City. And these are just two of the great state parks that we’ve discovered! And let’s not forget Everglades National Park, one of the few places where you can walk the boardwalks over alligators!

Now, where to get started? Click on any of the links above to find out more or just give us a call at 800-247-0970 and ask to talk to one of our fabulous trip consultants. We’ll take out the mystery and make your trip easy and effortless. Better to call sooner rather than later, particularly if you are thinking about traveling to either of these locations this winter.

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