Disney y mas

Disney y mas

Disney y mas

En lugar de recorrer Florida de arriba abajo, se va hacia el oeste y se exploran las playas desiertas y la belleza de la otra Florida. Casi se llega a Alabama y se visita Tallahassee, la capital del estado, antes de regresar al Walt Disney World, en Orlando.
Salida de  Orlando
Duración 6 Diás
Distancia 785 Millas

Día 1

Se comienza el viaje en Kissimmee y pronto se llega a Hommossa Springs and Nature Resort. Aquí, en estas 40 hectáreas apartadas, a orillas del río, se pueden contemplar los manatíes y otras muestras de la fauna local. La temperatura constante es de 22ºC. 141 km a Homosassa. Visitar el Homosassa Springs State Wildlife Park.

Día 2

Salida hacia el norte por la Route 19 hacia el camping en Perry, a 15 minutos de la playa, abierto todo el año; piscina climatizada. 119 km a Perry. Visitar el Forest Capital State Park.

Día 3

Salir hacia el St Andrews State Recreation Area. Esta antigua reserva militar cuenta con una playa de 2,5 km de fina arena y aguas cristalinas en el golfo de Máxico y Grand Lagoon, muy apta para bañarse, snorkel, buceo scuba, remar en kayak o piragua. 288 km a St Andrews State Recreation Area en Panama City Beach. Visitar el Museum of Man in the Sea y, si gusta el género country, asistir a la Ocean Oprey.

Día 4

Salida hacia el límite con Alabama con destino al camping Playa del Rio RV Park and Yacht Club en el Perdido Key. 195 km a Perdido Key. Visitar Pensacola o explorar más lugares de Gulf Islands National Seashore.

Día 5

Salida hacia el este con dirección a Tallahassee, capital de Florida. Se recomienda tomar la Interstate 19. El Tallahassee RV Park se encuentra en las lomas cercanas a la ciudad, a pocos minutos de la Florida State University, el Capitolio, zonas comerciales y lugares deportivos. 360 km a Tallahassee. Visitar lugares sugeridos,

Día 6

En este día se recorren lugares no muy visitados en el estado de Florida. Hacia el este por la Interstate 10 y luego al sur por la Interstate 75 dirección Gainesville; al oeste de Orange Lake se halla el Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park, que ofrece unas características sin igual por su biología, la geología y la historia. Está a 16 km al sur de Gainesville en la US 441. 243 km a Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park. Visitar Micanopy.

Día 7

Y si lo decea tambien dias 8, 9, 10…..

Hoy toca visitar el maravilloso mundo de Walt Disney World y otros varios lugares de Orlando. Sólo un sitio donde acampar: Fort Wilderness Campground. Se recomienda reservar con antelación.

166 km a Walt Disney World. Quédate los días que quieras…

Día 8

35 km hasta el final en Kissimmee para devolver la auto caravana

Disney and More

Disney and More

Disney and More

Orlando to the Florida “Pan Handle” and back.

Instead of Florida top to bottom, head west and explore the uncrowded beaches and beauty of the other Florida. The route takes you almost into Alabama and visits the State Capital, Tallahassee before bringing you back to Walt Disney World.

Day 1

Collect your Motor Home from Cruise America in Kissimmee and get on your way. Just a short drive brings you to Homosassa Springs and Nature Resort – where the manatee play. The secluded 97 riverfront acres are a motorhomer’s dream and the constant 72F temperature of the freshwater springs is an attractive home for manatee and other wildlife.

✪ 90 miles to Homosassa

★ Visit Homosassa Springs State Wildlife Park www.naturesresortfla.com


Day 2

Head north on Route 19 and the KOA in Perry is a convenient stopping point before turning left and heading west towards Alabama.
A great solar heated pool is open year-round and the beach is only 15 minutes away.

✪ 120 miles to Perry

★ Visit Forest Capital State Park www.koa.com/where/fl/09331


Day 3

Heading for the St Andrews State Recreation Area in Panama City Beach. Well known for its sugar white sands and emerald green waters, this former military reservation has over one-and-a-half miles of glorious beaches on the Gulf of Mexico and Grand Lagoon. Water sports enthusiasts can enjoy swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving, kayaking, and canoeing.

✪ 180 miles to St Andrew’s State Recreation Park in Panama City Beach

★ Visit the Museum of Man inthe Sea and, if you like country music, Ocean Oprey www.floridastateparks.org/standrews/default.cfm


Day 4

Today you are heading to Florida’s border with the State of Alabama. Almost falling off the edgeof Florida is the Playa Delrio RV Park and Yacht Club on Perdido Key. Sounds – and looks – like fun!

✪ 120 miles to Perdido Key

★ Visit Pensacola, America’s oldest settlement, or explore more of the Gulf Islands National Seashore www.playadelrio.com


Day 5

Turning east, you’re heading for Florida’s State Capital, Tallahassee today. We suggest you let Interstate 10 eat up the miles so that you have plenty of time to explore. The Tallahassee RV Park is located in the rolling hills of Tallahassee, Florida’s Capital City, and only minutes from Florida State University, the State Capital, and numerous athletic events, quaint shops and regional malls.

✪ 225 miles to Tallahassee

★ Visit everything you’d expect in a capital city www.tallahasseervpark.com


Day 6

This tour is all about introducing the places in Florida that are off the normal tourist track – and did you ever hear of Micanopy, Florida? Today head east on Interstate 10, then South on Interstate 75 and just south of Gainesville, west of Orange Lake is Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park. Paynes Prairie is biologically, geologically, and historically unique. This park became Florida ́s first state preserve and is now designated as a National Natural Landmark. Located on U.S. 441, 10 miles south of Gainesville.

✪ 150 miles to Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park

★ Visit Micanopy www.floridastateparks.org/paynesprairie/default.cfm


Day 7

(and if you want day 9 and 10!!) After all this natural wonder maybe it’s time to head for all the man made wonders of Walt Disney World and so much more in Orlando. There is only one place to stay – Fort Wilderness Campground. Do be sure to book in advance though.

✪ 105 miles to Walt Disney World

★ Visit? How many days have you got? Enjoy www.disneyworld.disney.go.com/resorts/campsites-at-fort-wilderness-resort

Day 8

20 miles to Cruise America depot in Kissimmee to drop off your motor home.

Texas and Louisiana

Texas and Louisiana

Texas and Louisiana

On this tour you will experience the beguiling mix of history, mystery, cajun hospitality and food, Fun with a capital ‘F’ and music that Louisianais so famous for! And then there’s Texas -The Lone Star State they describe as a ‘whole other country’ explore the cities and enjoy the sparkling expansesof windswept beaches, feast on the freshest seafood and relax under the warm Texas sky, it just doesn’t get any better than that

Day 1

After enjoying some sightseeing in Houston and an overnight or 2, make your way to the Cruise America depot. Head to the Gulf of Mexico and historic Galveston Beach for the first night.

✪ 80 miles

★Visit Moody Gardens, 242 acres part theme park and part pleasure garden. If you are travelling with the kids then a visit to Schlitterbahn Waterpark won’t disappoint featuring uphill water coasters, whitewater rapids and the Boogie Bahn Surf ride! www.jbrv.net


Day 2 & 3

You will want to stop a lot on the road to Port Aransas on Mustang Island, and just north of Padre Island. We suggest you spend a couple of nights relaxing and take the opportunity to visit Corpus Christi and the beaches.

✪ 205 miles Port Aransas

★Enjoy some time beachcombing, fishing or swimming today at one of the beautiful beaches. Stroll around the Marina, the focal point of Corpus Christi and maybe visit Galvan House. www.onthebeachrvpark.com


Day 4 & 5

Heading north and away from the beaches to San Antonio, home of the famous Battle of the Alamo and discover the lingering cornerstones of great American History. Enjoy wandering the shops and café’s alongside the Canal.

✪ 185 miles to San Antonio

★Flow through the heart of the city on a river cruiser and take in the beauty of the River Walk. San Antonio is home to 2 theme Parks so make time to visit SeaWorld to meet Shamu and experience thrilling roller coaster rides at Six Flags, Texas. www.koa.com/campgrounds/san-antonio/


Day 6

Continue north to Abeline. The Abilene park system includes 29 parks, occupying a total of 1,247.56 acres. The Abilene Zoo is a popular attraction. On every second Thursday evening of the month, Artwalk is held in downtown Abilene. During Artwalk all the local museums are free, local musicians and performers busk, and several crafters and artists set up booths and sell their wares.

✪ 255 miles to Abeline

★Visit Abilene Zoo. www.buckcreekrvpark.com


Day 7

Today you head for Fort Worth. There is plenty to do at Yogi Bears Jellystone! Your campground for this evening. The prime focus is on family fun, with plenty of activities for everyone. Oh, yes – and Yogi Bear™ is always somewhere to be found. Kids will enjoy the great new pool facility – Pirates Cove with lots of water slides to keep them busy for a few hours!

✪155 miles to Burleson nr Fort Worth www.rusticcreekranch.com


Day 8

We suggest you take a little longer and divert off Interstate 30 to visit South Fork, home of the Ewings in Parker, Texas – northeast of Dallas (www.southfork.com). Texarkana is on the Texas/Arkansas border and boasts Scott Joplin as a native.

✪ 235 miles to Texarkana

★ Visit Americas most famous ranch – South Fork www.koa.com/campgrounds/texarkana/


Day 9

Today you visit 4 states! Texas to Arkansas; Arkansas to Louisiana; Louisiana to overnight in Natchez the oldest town in

Mississippi. Tour a few of the majestic mansions that have drawn thousands of visitors to Natchez over the years. Take the short drive out to The Grand Village of the Natchez Indians and stroll the hallowed ground of the home of the city’s original inhabitants. There are ceremonial mounds at the site, along with a replica of an Indian dwelling.

✪ 285 miles to Natchez

★Stop off for a tour of one of the majestic mansions en route. Take the 45 minute narrated, horse-drawn carriage tour of the historic district of Natchez. Visit Natchez National Historical Park. www.plantationrvpark.com

Day 10 & 11

Heading for the historic, gracious and unique city of New Orleans: the birthplace of jazz. You can walk from the French Quarter RV Park into the heart of New Orleans. The wonderful restaurants, the world famous music , nightlife and festivals for everyone might make you extend your stay here!

✪ 165 miles to New Orleans

★ Visit Jackson Square, Basin Street and Audubon park. Cruise the Mississippi aboard a paddle steamer. Join one of the Ranger lead daily walks through the French Quarter. Check with Preservation hall if there are any performances during your stay. www.fqrv.com

Day 12

Today you head for Louisiana’s State Capital, Baton Rouge: known affectionately as the Red Stick, rich in Louisiana culture, entertainment and heritage. Enroute be sure to stop off along The Great River Road and experience one of the many magnificent plantation homes telling the story of the rich and colourful history of Louisiana Plantation life.

✪ 85 miles to Baton Rouge

★Visit the Old State Capital museum to learn about state and local history. For some good Cajun food and great beer on tap try the Chimes Restaurant and Tap room at LSU. www.koa.com/campgrounds/baton-rouge/

Day 13

Heading back to Texas today but on the way stop at famous Lake Charles. In fact if you can extend your trip and enjoy a night here.

Explore Lake Charles diverse offerings. Outdoor adventures also include a journey into Louisiana’s Outback along the Creole Nature Trail All-American Road.

✪ 205 miles to Beaumont

★ Visit Charpentier Historic District and area museum for a glimpse into the past. www.gulfcoastrvresort.net

Day 14

After breakfast drive the 75 miles back to Houston to return your Cruise America Motorhome.