Just the mention of Orlando alone can make any kid’s heart race. That’s because Orlando, FL is the top destination for fun and family vacations in the country — and dare we say it, in the world. It’s unofficially the theme park capital of the country for good reason: Walt Disney World, Universal Studios Florida, SeaWorld Orlando, several epic waterparks, and countless Orlando resorts all reside here. Step off the roller coasters for a day and you’ll discover there’s more to the Orlando area than the Wizarding World of Harry Potter and Epcot Center, including charming tree-lined neighborhoods, a burgeoning food scene, world-class golf courses, high-end shopping, gardens and nature preserves, craft cocktails bars, pet-friendly parks, and a slower pace away from the crowds. When the day is over, the fun doesn’t stop. Vacation rentals and resorts in Orlando continue to keep the whole family entertained with private swimming pools, fitness centers, game rooms, mini golf, and more. Find the magic here!

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Frequently asked questions

What’s the closest beach to Orlando?

The closest beach to Orlando’s location in Central Florida is Cocoa Beach, an hour away on the Atlantic Coast.

When is the best time to go to Orlando, Florida?

The best time to visit Orlando, Florida is in the spring between March and May. Weather is especially pleasant that time of year, with average temperatures from lows in the 50s to highs in the 80s. Prices for hotels and Orlando vacation home rentals tend to be cheaper around this time of year too.

What theme parks are in Orlando, Florida?

Orlando, Florida’s 12 main theme parks include:
  • 1. Magic Kingdom in Walt Disney World
  • 2. EPCOT in Walt Disney World
  • 3. Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Walt Disney World
  • 4. Disney’s Animal Kingdom in Walt Disney World
  • 5. Typhoon Lagoon Waterpark in Walt Disney World
  • 6. Blizzard Beach Waterpark in Walt Disney World
  • 7. SeaWorld Orlando
  • 8. Aquatica Waterpark in SeaWorld Orlando
  • 9. Discovery Cove in SeaWorld Orlando
  • 10. Universal Studios in Universal Orlando Resort
  • 11. Islands of Adventure in Universal Orlando Resort
  • 12. Volcano Bay Waterpark in Universal Orlando Resort

What is there to do in Orlando other than visiting a theme park?

Although theme parks are a big draw for Orlando, savvy vacationers will find much more than thrills in this city. With the nickname "The City Beautiful," there's much to be found in the way of natural beauty in Orlando.
  • - Baldwin Park: If extensive walking trails, a lake, and expansive green space sound perfect, then check out Baldwin Park. Many restaurants line the streets in this community too.
  • - Milk District: Those looking for something special can't help but love the Milk District. Known for its eclectic mix of pubs and shops, it's always an adventure to wander these streets.
  • - Downtown Orlando: Explore the downtown district on foot to find amazing bars, boutiques, galleries, museums, and theaters. Lake Eola Park occupies a prime spot in the center of this district.

How many rentals are available in Orlando?

There are 4,486 vacation rentals available in Orlando across several booking partners.

What is the price range for rentals in Orlando?

Vacation rentals in Orlando have a price range between $39-$2,500. The average price for rentals in Orlando is $172 per night.

What are the most popular vacation rental amenities in Orlando?

  • Air Conditioner
  • TV
  • Kitchen / Kitchenette

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