You work hard, and you play harder. How about a trip to Florida?
Unlike any other place, Florida has beautiful beaches and state parks, fun shopping, big farms, thrill-seeking amusement parks, and more. There’s clearly something for everyone. Check out this list of 34 things to do in Florida.
1. Snorkel And Scuba Dive At The Devil’s Den Spring
With a name formed from the smoky steam that rises from its chimney open, you can’t go wrong with a visit to the Devil’s Den Spring. Ancient rock formations and fossil beds dating more than 30 million years and crystal clear water give visitors memories that will last.
Located next to the Devil’s Den in Williston, Florida, tourists will find Cedar Lakes Woods & Gardens. This beautiful botanical garden offers more than 50 garden displays, waterfalls, koi ponds, and breathtaking views to enjoy. With festivals, shows, and concerts, there’s sure to be something to keep you entertained.
Ginnie Springs offers camping for champions. With more than 200 Wooded acres and spring-side tent sites with full electric and water hookup, campers are set up with beautiful views and fun water activities from innertubes to kayaks and canoes. The site doesn’t disappoint if you’re looking to dive in its crystal clear, 72-degree freshwater,
The Magic Kingdom is one of four Walt Disney-owned theme parks in Bay Lake near Orlando. Meet and greet your favorite Disney characters like Mickey Mouse, Goofy, Daisy, and more. Visit Cinderella’s Castle or enjoy a thrilling roller coaster. Have dinner with Belle and finish up the night with a stunning display of fireworks and immersive projections.
Movie lovers are guaranteed to love Universal Orlando with 3 theme parks: Universal Studios, Islands of Adventure, and Volcano Bay. Citywalk Orlando is the “Epicenter of Awesome,” with entertainment, shopping, and restaurants for everyone.
Harry Potter and Marvel fans are sure to be delighted with thrilling rides made just for them.
Located in Dayton, Florida, Daytona International Speedway is more than a racetrack. The racing enthusiast is sure to enjoy seeing cars race around the 2.5-mile track. Still, the speedway is also home to concerts, civic and social gatherings, vehicle testing, police training, and car shows.
7. Learn Something New At Kennedy Space Center
There’s never been a better time to learn about space as we strive to understand our role on the planet earth and the evolution of man. And what better place to do it than the Kennedy Space Center located in Merritt Island, Florida.