There's more than just golf at Orange Lake Resort in Kissimmee, Florida
KISSIMMEE, Fla. -- Holiday Inn Club Vacations has expanded to golf destinations around the country -- Las Vegas; Myrtle Beach, S.C.; Lake Geneva, Wis. -- but its signature time-share property is still the place that started it all, Orange Lake Resort outside Orlando.
Since opening in 1982, Orange Lake Resort has grown into a full-fledged golf destination spread across 1,450 acres. The resort is made up of 2,478 one- , two- and three-bedroom villas in four different villages.
Two 18-hole golf courses -- The Reserve Course by Michael Dasher and The Legends Course by Arnold Palmer -- roam through scenic wetlands and ponds. The back nine of The Legends is littered with heroic shots.
Crane's Bend (1,901 yards) and Legends Walk (1,581 yards of lighted golf for night-time play) are fun nine-hole executive courses for families, juniors and beginners.
There are endless pursuits away from the game in the form of putt-putt golf, seven pools, lazy rivers, nine restaurants, three arcades, two fitness centers, an 80-acre lake with watersport rentals and a beach, and tennis, basketball and racquetball courts. Daily activities put on by the resort staff add to the entertainment. Shuttles are available throughout the resort and to the airport and nearby Walt Disney World.
- Orange Lake Resort prospers into a sprawling golf destination next to Mickey Mouse in Kissimmee, Florida
- Play great golf AND watch your budget in Orlando
- Whatever your reason for visiting Florida, there's an Orlando golf resort for you