Exploring the Disney World Resort

You have been browsing “RV For Sale” ads for months and scouring various Phoenix RV sales, until you finally found the motorhome of your dreams. You believe it will be a good investment and compel you to travel more with your family.

From San Francisco to Itasca, RV travel has made going from place to place much easier. You can bring along all your supplies and needs while retaining all the comforts and privacy of home. Now that you have that RV, it’s time to explore the fun times that this country has to offer—notably, Walt Disney World (no, RVs aren’t just for the wilderness!).

Walt Disney World Resort

Located in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, Walt Disney World Resort remains the world’s most visited entertainment resort. The resort covers an area of about 47 square miles and includes two water parks, four themed parks, 23 themed on-site resort hotels, five golf courses, and a plethora of other entertainment and recreational venues.

The four theme parks of the resort are:

· Magic Kingdom: Modeled after Disneyland Park in Anaheim, Magic Kingdom consists of six themed lands, each featuring a variety of shops, restaurants, live entertainment, and rides and attractions. Guests can experience the Old West, explore the distant future, and become kids again, all within the confines of a single park.

· Epcot: Dedicated to the celebration of human achievement, Epcot focuses on technological innovation and international culture. Although the park was originally planned as a Utopian city of the future, Disney’s vision never came to fruition. Still, Epcot presents a wide expanse of wonder and innovation, divided into two sections: Future World and World Showcase. Both of these sections are modeled after exhibits from world fairs of the past.

· Disney’s Hollywood Studios: Exploring the world of show business, Disney’s Hollywood Studios draws its inspiration from the heyday of Hollywood from the 1930s to 1940s. Spanning 135 acres, the park consists of six themed areas: Hollywood Boulevard, Echo Lake, Streets of America, Pixar Place, Sunset Boulevard, and Animation Courtyard. Along with live entertainment, the park features numerous thrill rides and attractions, all focusing on the concept of entertainment.

· Disney’s Animal Kingdom: The resort’s newest attraction, Disney’s Animal Kingdom is themed entirely around the concept of animal conservation. With seven themed areas, the park features hundreds of animals from all over the world—and all throughout time—as well as thrill rides, restaurants, and shops. The park has continued conservation efforts to this day.