By VISIT FLORIDA staff
There’s a first time for everything. And you can find it in Florida. If you’re seeking adventure, a quick getaway or family fun, here’s a list of recreational activities in Florida.
This will flip you out
You’ve been swimming in Florida, sure. After all, the Sunshine State has 825 miles of beaches. But have you ever been swimming with dolphins?
Read and see more: How to Swim with Dolphins in Florida
Sea turtle hatchlings
Nearly 90 percent of sea turtle nesting in the U.S. occurs in Florida from March through October of each year. You don’t want to miss this miracle.
Read and see more: Turtle Walks: See Nesting Sea Turtles in Florida
See a sea cow
Swim beside Florida's famed gentle giant: the manatee. These docile mammals are impossible not to love.
Read and see more: 5 Great Places to see Florida Manatees
Your perfect beach
You may have been to the beach before, but did you know you can find the perfect beach for you and your family before you go? Dig your virtual toes into the sand with hundreds of 360-degree views.
Read and see more: VISIT FLORIDA Beach Finder
What's happening, Florida?
Whatever your passion, Florida has something for you, wherever you are in the Sunshine State. Here are just a few of the events awaiting you. You choose.
Read and see more: visitflorida.com/florida-events-calendar.html
From water parks, theme parks, and baseball to coral reefs, space centers, and zoos, here's a list of Florida must-sees for families.
Read and see more: Family Must-Sees
Florida luxury in 30 seconds
Here’s a guide, in just half a minute, to some of glamour that Florida has to offer - from lavish hotels to charity galas to planning a destination wedding.
See more: Florida Luxe in 30 Seconds
Food and Wine Festivals
Whether it’s oysters in Apalachicola, mullet in Marco Island, lobsters in Key West, kumquats in Dade City, or wine or craft beer all over, Florida’s flavors are worth celebrating.
Read and see more: Food & Wine Fests
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I send as many people there as I can. That’s because I figure any beach bunny who visits Sanibel and Captiva Islands is going to be twirling...