Welcome to a tropical paradise with Southern charm. Boasting warm weather and attractions for all ages, Florida is more than a destination, it’s a lifestyle. This famous peninsula creates a diverse climate with amazing native wildlife. Venture to the famous Florida Keys, explore Everglades National Park, or visit one of the many state parks throughout the Sunshine State. Florida is also famous for its Orlando theme parks, fresh- and saltwater fishing, boating, miles of sandy beaches along the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf Coast, casinos, MLB spring training season, and amazing shopping, dining and nightlife. Find your slice of paradise today.
Florida Resort Attractions
Amenities abound at our Florida resorts. Whether you’re cooling off with a dip in the pool or practicing your swing on the green, you’ll find relaxation in full.
Sun N Fun
Splish splash! Experience a mega waterslide, Olympic size pool, splash pad, poolside bar, and more in Sarasota.
Stay Florida fit with bike trails, exercise equipment, heated pools, pickleball, and disc golf.
Find the Florida Keys feel as you sail, snorkel, and fish in Marathon.
Tee up and game on at our 9-hole golf course, featuring a putting green, driving range, and pro shop.
Things to Do in Florida
Head out and discover all that Florida has to offer. Take a day trip to Daytona Beach or enjoy the thrills of Orlando’s amusement parks. Above all, have fun!
Walt Disney World
Venture through African safaris, soar down hills, and travel to the world of Pandora at Walt Disney World.
You’ll find plenty of state parks throughout Florida that showcase the gorgeous native beauty of the Sunshine State.
Warm waters, wide stretches of sand, and the Daytona International Speedway define this coastal city.
Busch Gardens Tampa Bay
Fly through the sky at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay, known for roller coasters, animal experiences, and water rides.
Everglades National Park
Take an airboat tour around tall trees and grassy waterways at one of America’s most scenic preserves.
Situated near Fort Myers, Sanibel Island features beaches for shelling and one of Florida’s most distinct lighthouses.