Orange County, FL, USA

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Orange County vacation rentals

A big juicy welcome to Orange County

Named after Florida's biggest export, a visit to Orange County squeezes every last drop out of your family vacation. As the home of Florida's major theme parks, Walt Disney World, Universal Studios, and SeaWorld Orlando, an Orange County vacation rental "ap-peels" to families and thrill-seekers young and old. And if roller coasters aren't quite your thing, you'll find plenty of more grounded attractions, including swimming with dolphins in Discovery Cove, an interactive water park and aquarium. After dark, head to International Drive for dinner, or take in a show at Disney Springs or Universal CityWalk.

Getting fruity in Florida _ is Orange the only fruit?

Whether you're a fan of roller coasters or not, Orange County is widely regarded as Florida's theme park capital. Book an Orange County vacation rental and have some of the fastest, highest, and scariest rides on the planet a mere hop, skip, and a jump away. But there's more to Florida's theme parks than hair-raising coasters. Go around the world in a day at Epcot, a global-themed park, or swim with dolphins and stingrays at Discovery Cove, a Caribbean-themed water park and aquarium. Dining out doesn't have to be a deep-fried affair, Orlando has a burgeoning fine-dining scene.

Welcome to Orange County - the most magical place on earth

As Florida's thrill-seeking capital, Orange County produces more screams (of delight) per minute than any other county. Experience the thrilling rides at Universal Studios Resort and the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, or meet the orcas and manatees at SeaWorld Orlando. Orange County is also home to Orlando's original mega theme park, Walt Disney World. Making dreams come true since it opened in 1971, thousands still flock to see Cinderella's Castle, Space Mountain, and to meet Mickey and Minnie and friends at the Main Street Electrical Parade each day.

Orange County's a sunny delight

It's sun, sun, and more sun in Orange County. Florida is known as the Sunshine State and is blessed with year-round sunshine. Thanks to an enviable subtropical climate, Orange County benefits from long summers and short mild winters, with minimal rainfall. Peak season is July and August, when temperatures hit the 90s. It's also popular in December, when overseas visitors flock to escape the winter blues elsewhere. For a quieter Floridian escape, book an Orange County vacation rental between March and May, when temperatures are warm and comfortable and the theme parks are less crowded.

Let's go to Orange County - and make it snappy

At the heart of Central Florida, Orange County is around a 40-minute drive from the nearest beach on the East Coast. There are many inland lakes and nature reserves dotted around the County, within easy reach of Orlando. For the best selection of trails, head southeast to the Isle of Pine Nature Preserve on the shores of Lake Mary Jane. It has several miles of horseback riding trails and hiking routes through some of Florida's unique habitats, pine forests, and wildflower meadows. Just keep your eyes peeled for Florida's famous scaly residents, the alligators.