Blizzard Beach


Only Disney could pull of a water park set in a melting ski resort and succeed so spectacularly. There are many high octane rides if that’s what your looking for or alternatively just lie back in your giant innertube and let the currant take you a on a relaxing ride across the park. • 1-800-W-DISNEY


1801 West Buena Vista Drive, Lake Buena Vista FL 32830


Typhoon lagoon


Set in 56 acres Disney's Typhoon Lagoon offers something for all the family, from one of the worlds biggest wave pools to the children's play area. • 1-800-W-DISNEY


Buena Vista Drive, Lake Buena Vista FL


Wet N Wild


Orlando's original water park and still one of the best with its many high octane rides for those who dare, to the lazy river for those who just want to lie back and top up their tan. • (407) 351-1800


6200 International Drive, Orlando, FL 32819




Hawaiian Rumble Adventure Golf


Enjoy two great rounds of miniature Golf while the volcanoes erupt and the calypso beat go's on!! •  407-239-8300 /  407-351-7733


13529 S. Apopka Vineland Rd, Orlando, FL 32836  &  8969 International Dr.Orlando, FL 32819


Pirates Cove Adventure Golf


Crazy Golf at its best, with Two courses on offer. Voted the best course in Florida!! • (407) 352-7378


8501 International Drive, Orlando FL 32819


Congo River Adventure Golf


Play award-winning miniature golf at Congo River Golf. With nine locations in Florida to choose from, there's an adventure for everyone. It’s fun for the whole family!


Experience tranquil waterfalls, mysterious caves, tropical rainforests, challenging golf holes and more as you follow in the footsteps of Stanley and Livingstone on an unforgettable African adventure. It’s fun exploring the Congo during the day and at night, under the stars!
 • (407) 352-0042 / (407) 248-9181


6312 International Drive, Orlando, FL 32819 / 5901 International Drive, Orlando, FL 32819




Blue Springs State Park


35 miles from Orlando, this tranquil location is perfect for a relaxing family day out. There are many activities available from canoeing, boat rides, swimming, snorkeling, or just come for a picnic and watch the fantastic sunsets. You may even see a manatee. • (904) 775-36663


2100 West French Ave, Orange City, FL


Rock Springs State Park


Sand pine scrub, pine flatwoods, swamps, and miles of pristine shoreline along Rock Springs Run and the Wekiva River make this reserve a refuge of natural beauty. Visitors can enjoy bicycling, hiking, or horseback riding along 17 miles of trails. Guided trail rides and horse rentals are available. The trail may be closed temporarily on days when reserve staff is conducting prescribed burns. Each fall, areas of the reserve are closed to equestrians during weekends of special hunts. Primitive campsites on Rock Springs Run and the Wekiva River are accessible by canoe only. Equestrian camping facilities are available. Campsites can be reserved by calling Wekiwa Springs State Park. • (407) 884-2008


30601 CR 433 Sorrento, Florida 32776


Boggy Creek Airboats


Glide through the wetlands viewing exotic birds, turtles and the Florida alligator all in their own natural environment. Travelling on an airboat at up to speeds of  45 miles per hour this will be a truly unforgettable journey. • (407) 344-9550


2001 E. Southport Rd, Kissimmee, Florida 34746


Buena Vista Water Sports


Located on the shores of Lake Bryan, participate in the many water sports available or just lie back and relax on the beach. • (407) 239-6939


13245 Lake Bryan Drive, Lake Buena Vista FL 32821


Hontoon Island


The sister park to Blue Spring but not as popular. An excellent location to go hiking or freshwater fishing. • (904) 736-5309


2309 River Ridge Road, Deland, Florida 32720


Horse World Riding Stables


A good horse beneath you. A blue sky above. And hundreds of acres to explore. No stress! No phones! Just the creaking of saddle leather and the smell of clean fresh air. There are 3 types of guided trail rides available suitable for all members of the family. • (407) 847-4343


RIDING STABLES, 3705 Poinciana Blvd, Kissimmee, FL 34758


Orange Blossom Balloons


See Orlando from the air but be ready for an early start. • (407) 239-7677


Meet at La Quinta Inn, 7769 W. Hwy 192, Kissimmee, FL 34747


Orlando Helitours


Take a Helicopter ride and see Orlando from a birds point of view. • 407 397 0226


Highway 192, Mile Marker 10, Kissimmee





Morse Museum of American Art


Home to the world's most comprehensive collection of the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848-1933) including Tiffany jewelry, pottery, paintings, art glass, leaded-glass windows, lamps, and the chapel interior he designed for the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago. • (407) 645-5311


445 North Park Ave, Winter Park FL


Orlando Museum of Art


The collection focuses on American art from the 19th century to the present, African art and art of the ancient Americas. • (407) 896-4231


2416 Mills Ave, Orlando FL





Florida has some of the best beaches in the US, with many receiving national recognition by the varies grading organizations. The illustrious Dr Beach best beaches list for 2005 had three Florida beaches in its top ten including the number one, North Beach St Petersburg.


There are many miles of beaches to be discovered on both the Atlantic and Gulf coasts, although there are differences between the two. The Gulf coast beaches tend to have very fine picturesque white sand, while the sand on the Atlantic beaches is much coarser and darker. The water is generally a little warmer on the Gulf coast at between 55 and 85 degrees Fahrenheit depending on the time of year, although anyone looking for waves should head to the Atlantic coast.


From Orlando the closest beach is Cocoa beach on the Atlantic coast, which can be reached in around 45 minutes. Cocoa beach is six miles long and is a popular tourist destination in the summer resulting in it bustling with activity.


Also on the Atlantic coast and just under an hours drive from Orlando is Daytona beach. Stretching for over 23 miles, the golden sands are compact enough to drive your car onto. As with Cocoa beach, Daytona is a very popular area with lots to see and do but again it can get very busy.


Two quieter beaches to be found on the Atlantic coast are Melbourne beach and East Smyrna beach. Both can be reached in about 1 hour 15 minutes. Melbourne beach is very similar to Daytona although it is much quieter, and the East Smyrna beach tends to be visited by locals rather than tourists.


The beaches on the Gulf coast are as good as anywhere in the world. The award winning beaches at St Petersburg and Clearwater  (number one and number four respectively in the Dr Beach best beaches list for 2005) will take two hours to reach from Orlando, while within a further two hours drive down the Gulf coast you'll find the equally attractive areas of Fort Myers, Naples and Marco Island amongst many others.


A little further a field is the south coast of Florida which is also home to numerous beaches including the south beach at Miami. At just under 4.5 hours away it is closer than you think and is a hotspot for celebrities. Further a field still is Key West, which offers some of the best snorkeling in the world, you may even spot a pod of wild dolphins swimming by.



Tampa Bay Bucaneers


American Football • (800) 795-2827


 Miami Dolphins


American Football • 1-888-3467-849


Jacksonville Jaguars


American Football • 904-633-2000


Miami Heat




Orlando Magic




Florida Marlins (Miami)


Baseball • 1-877-MARLINS


Tampa Bay Lightning


Ice Hockey • 813.301.6600 (6500)


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