Typically, people picture cabins near a lake and kids singing around a campfire when they think of summer camp. But what about a summer camp held inside a world-class theme park filled with wildlife and great attractions?
On Thursday, July 4, kick-off your Independence Day in an exciting, energetic, and delicious way at the Watermelon 5k sponsored by AdventHealth. The annual Winter Park race welcomes everyone to celebrate patriotism, athleticism, and watermelons in support of our military veterans.
Everyone loves to indulge in sweets now and then, and what better time to go all out than when you are on summer vacation? Orlando has plenty of glitzy desserts that tempt your taste buds as well as your Instagram feed.
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Although Orlando is most famous for its theme park attractions at Disney and Universal, the heart of The City Beautiful can be found downtown at Lake Eola.
You’re on vacation visiting a new town with new restaurants to try and different foods to eat. There’s so much to do yet you’re in relaxation mode. No wonder it’s hard to stay healthy while on vacation.
Step away from the theme parks and crowded highways, and you’ll find Central Florida is home to an abundance of natural beauty. In Orlando alone, there are numerous state parks and springs around the area.
An Independence Day trip to Disney is every bit as patriotic as it is magical. Before enjoying Independence Day firework spectaculars, visit these classic attractions at Magic Kingdom and Epcot that celebrate America.
All-American Adventures at Epcot
The American Adventure Pavilion inside the World Showcase at Epcot is a fun way to discover American history and heritage.
What’s the most magical way to mark the start of Pride month? Why, with a trip to Disney World of course! Back in the 90s, a small group of LGBTQ Central Floridians had the same idea.
MercyMe is setting out on another national tour in 2019. The Imagine Nation Tour is running from March 7 to May 11 and will be stopping here in Orlando on May 4.
The concert will begin at 7:00 p.m.
The longest-running Fringe festival is back in Orlando for 14 days: May 14-27, 2019. Celebrating its 28th year, Fringe promises to be honest to its mission of being completely free of censorship, absolutely accessible and inclusive,
Great hotel, amazing value
Stayed in this hotel for 10 nights. Great value, saves loads compared to Disney hotel with shuttle buses to parks, food at night buffet style $14 plus tax per person, drinks included, small shop, bar and food complex 5 minute walk away, staff friendly, rooms tidy and made up daily, 2 pools with pool towels provided free. Highly recommend
Another good experience
For fifteen years in a row our golf group has stayed here. Once again another good experience! Had trouble with our room assignments, but once again the front desk was able to resolve our issues. (Special thanks to Leela). Great location, nice facility, great staff. Looking forward to returning again next year!