Florida – Year-Round Fun!


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FLORIDA – Family Vacations in the Great Outdoors

Florida provides the perfect vacation spot for almost every type of traveler. Families can spend weeks exploring amusement parks, golfers can hit world class courses, singles can make the scene at South Beach, and outdoorsmen can plan the perfect adventure.

Florida Outdoor Adventures

If you need more from the outdoors than one of Florida’s beaches, you’re in luck. Those who love to fish can find spots to cast bait across the state including Apalachicola in the Panhandle and Indian River Lagoon in East Central Florida.

Florida’s main attraction for nature-lovers is Everglades National Park. It’s the largest sub-tropical wilderness in the U.S., and it has been designated a “Wetland of International Importance.” You can hike, camp, and boat in the Everglades, and you can even take a trip to a former missile base in the center of the Park.

Orlando – Family Wonderland

Children of all ages dream of visiting Orlando’s main attraction. However, Disney World and Epcot aren’t the only places for kids (and their parents) to explore. Universal Studios and Universal Island of Adventure can provide a self-contained vacation, and a trip to Sea World can make the perfect addition to any Orlando vacation.

Miami – Night and Day

Miami has become one of the premier entertainment centers in the country. Spend your days in the sun on South Beach where singles from around the world come to play. Enjoy world class shopping or an up-close look at couture at Miami Fashion Week.

Miami isn’t just for singles, though. Golf lovers of all kinds will find luxury golf resorts and spas, challenging pro-level courses, and stunning vistas on a back nine that overlooks the ocean.

Alternate Florida Vacation Spots

If Orlando and Miami are a little too hectic for your taste, Jacksonville and Tampa attractions can provide the perfect alternative. Once in Jacksonville, you can head out to Little Talbot Island State Park or spend the day fishing off the pier at Jacksonville Beach.

Tampa offers a glimpse into the Gilded Age at the Henry B. Plant museum, and provides sports lovers with a number of options including the Buccaneers, the Rays, and the Lightning.


With major cities and hubs sprinkled across the state, flying into Florida is relatively easy from departure points throughout the U.S. Check out this link for airports closest to your destinations.





Published: June 8, 2009