Review for Kissimmee / Orlando Holiday Park from Eurocamp

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Of all the places you could visit on your holiday to the States, Kissimmee Orlando holiday park from eurocamp is one of the most popular. One of the main reasons for its popularity is the parks close proximity to the Disney World complex, and all of the other popular theme parks in the area.

The eurocamp Kissimmee parc is one of the smallest parcs, but there is still plenty to do here. Most folks use this park as a base, as there is just so much for you and your family to do and see in the surrounding areas.

At the Kissimmee parc you’ll find a family pool and 96 camping pitches. If camping just isn’t your cup of tea, you could instead stay in the more luxurious lodge. There is a children’s playground on-site, to keep your little ones happy, when they’re having a rest from Disney World.
You and your family are just a short distance from some of the most fun and exciting theme parks in the world. So, make sure you sample all of them – including Sea World, Wet & Wild, Universal Studios and of course Disney World. There are more than 100 different attractions to choose from, all of which are within minutes of the Kissimmee campsite parc.

If you’re planning your first trip to the US, or even if you’ve been here many times before, the Kissimmee eurocamp parc is a great way to see America, and perfectly placed to enjoy your for Floridian holiday. Just make sure you stay long enough to enjoy all of the amazing sights.

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