If you want primitive camping, go to the Ocala National Forest and look for the pit toilets. If you want all the luxuries of home -- and still technically be camping -- go to Fort Wilderness at Disney World in Orlando. There are 1,108 campsites and 750 acres at Fort Wilderness, giving it an outdoors feel with a strong tourism touch, nestled among tall pines and large oaks but still in the shadow of the theme parks. If you don't have a tent, the Fort Wilderness staff not only will provide one, it will set it up at your site, sweep it out and take it down, too. If the grill doesnt light, Fort Wilderness has a Chuckwagon, or you can ride down to the Trail's End Restaurant, where they serve three all-you-can-eat buffets each day, including waffles with mouse ears for breakfast. The campfire is easy, too, provided every night at a central location, where they show drive-in style movies on a big screen. They even have S'mores packets that include everything you need, including the stick to roast the marshmallows! -- Tim Povtak, Orlando Sentinel
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