From Business Insider: “See inside a tiny cabin at Margaritaville’s newest RV resort in Florida starting at $195 per night“
RV parks are no longer reserved for travelers with tiny homes on wheels. If you don’t own a RV but you’ve dreamt of vacationing at a RV resort, now’s your chance.
Camp Margaritaville’s newest RV resort in Auburndale Florida — about one our from Orlando — has a collection of 60 on-site cabana cabins to house vacationers who don’t have a RV. and they’re the perfect family friendly combination of a tiny home, extended stay hotel, and Airbnb.
Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville currently operates three “casual luxury” Camp Margaritaville locations in Tennessee, Georgia, and Florida. But this could soon change: The hospitality empire wants to open 30 to 50 more RV parks throughout the US over the next five years.
The Margaritaville-branded chain obviously targets the growing RV market, but this doesn’t mean you have to be a RV traveler to experience the Parrothead RV lifestyle. All three locations have accommodations designed for visitors who don’t own a tiny home on wheels.
Camp Margaritaville in Auburndale Florida has tropical tiny homes fit for its warm lakeside location. If you’ve dreamed of sipping on a tropical cocktail while lounging by a lake, or an activity-packed family vacation with your young children Camp Margaritaville RV Resort and Cabana Cabins has the amenities you may be looking for.
The cabins start at almost $195 a night. This price includes access to the park’s amenities including its two pools, dog park, and children’s water play area.