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From Walt Disney World to Universal Studios, so many people enjoy the theme parks in Orlando, Florida. Obviously, that doesn't fall short when it comes to our favorite celebrities.

Stars aren't just walking the red carpet. Rather, they're visiting with their family or they go for an adventure. If you didn't know they were there, they fit right in with the crowd.

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There's a glamping resort in Florida located at a ranch near Orlando, and it doesn't look anything like the Sunshine State. Forget the beaches, this campsite looks like the set of an Old Western film and it's so charming!

Westgate River Ranch Resort & Rodeo has various different stays, like wagon cabins, teepees and lodge suites. However, their luxurious tents might make for the perfect accommodation in the woods.

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A trip to Harry Potter World can make your vacation in Orlando, FL an unforgettable experience.

Visiting the Wizarding World is like stepping out of reality and into a new magical realm where enchanting experiences await you around every corner.

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Visiting The Wizarding World of Harry Potter is like stepping into a different universe. The intricate attention to detail is what makes one of Orlando's most popular theme parks so enchanting.

Most people are familiar with the breathtaking view of Hogwarts, or the chilled butterbeer you can enjoy at The Three Broomsticks, but there are lesser-known magical details waiting for you to uncover.

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Right outside of Orlando, Florida, is a quaint hidden gem called Sanford surrounded by tranquil lakes. This charming town is known as the South's "Historic Waterfront Gateway City."

The brick-lined streets, unique buildings, and mossy live oaks make it a peaceful retreat nestled in Central Florida.

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This Airbnb in Orlando is located right on Disney property and features incredible views, as well as one-of-a-kind amenities.

The Mediterranean-themed resort is only minutes away from Walt Disney World theme parks. Rates here start as low as $120 a night, and the space can accommodate up to four guests, making it ideal for families.

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There is a unique tiny home in the historic downtown of Sanford, Florida, just a short way north of Orlando, and it was built on HGTV's Tiny House Hunters.

It floats in the Monroe Harbour Marina, and the houseboat property is actually super modern.

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Summer in the Sunshine State is heating up, and if you’re located in Orlando, a charming beach town is gonna call for a bit of a road trip. If you’re looking for something a little closer without sacrificing beauty, there are still plenty of options not far.

Grab a paddleboard, a floatie, and your best swimming buddies, and head out to these crystal clear swimming holes near Orlando.

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"The Most Magical Place on Earth" comes with a price tag, and as we near the end of spring, the summer vacation bug is biting. Walt Disney World prices can be pretty expensive, but if you do the research, you can find some sweet deals.

Maybe you're an Animal Kingdom lover, or maybe you just want to hang out around Disney Springs. Either way, there's a place for you on the Disney World Resorts map where you can lodge and have a great vacation.

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Walt Disney World is quite possibly the happiest place on Earth, but it can turn a happy camper into a packing disaster! From dress codes to camera equipment, your suitcase just got a whole lot lighter.

Disney employees are dropping the axe if you break one of these rules. Some of these theme park policies are SO simple they can be easily looked over or not even listed for you to know about them.

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With so many amazing bucket list-worthy places in Florida, it's hard to pick which spots you want to hit first! We've got another one to add now with one of the most amazing camping experiences in an incredible Amazon rainforest-like getaway.

King's Landing is a popular ''nature theme park'' located on the Wekiva River and Rocks Springs Run in Central Florida. The most popular attraction is the kayak experience (details here!), but there are other ways to enjoy the water, like on a canoe or paddleboard.

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Disney World has captured the hearts of millions and has rightfully earned the title of "The Most Magical Place on Earth."

But some attractions in the massive park seem to win visitors over more than others, and a recent study done by Upgraded Points was able to find out which rides are the most popular among citizens in each state across the United States.

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