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This 138.6-acre urban park has plenty of shady picnic areas, gazebos and shelters which make it a perfect gathering place. The park offers a water amusement area (Castaway Island), full-hookup RV campgrounds with Wi-Fi, plenty of open picnic areas to choose from, and a large field, sports recreational areas and a two mile paved path for jogging, biking or skating. In addition, there are boat and bike rentals and a fitness zone. Easy access for your RV rental this popular park fills early and often so book your site when you book your RV rental.
4 different trails to choose from where you can partake in geocaching, wildlife viewing and other recreational activities, There's a 1,500-acre coastal mangrove wetland where a variety of plants and animals, some of which are endangered can be found. Three paddling trails can take you into the wilderness for sightseeing and fishing. If you want to get the full scope of the park you can view it a top of the Observation Tower where you'll find amazing views of the West Lake mangrove estuary, the Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean.
A casino, fine dining, spa, and thrilling nightlife, Hard Rock Cafe, offers the rockstar treatment. Award-winning restaurants, an arena featuring performances from the most famous acts, a 4.5 acre tropical pool and Beach Club. If you're looking to escape this is the place.
A beautiful beach and a 2.5 mile boardwalk full of restaurants, stores and ice cream places, make this location a great setting for your perfect beach day. You could also check out the free events, at the Hollywood Beach Theater where you'll find live music five nights a week and cultural performances. You could let the kids enjoy Charnow Park, which offers a climbing wall and interactive splash fountain.
Greater Fort Lauderdale boasts 23 miles of incredible beaches, with styles that range from upscale to sections with a more laid-back vibe. Fort Lauderdale Beach is the classic South Florida coast, with a wide, white sandy beach that extends into blue water and waves. For a little peace and quiet, head south to Dania Beach and John U. Lloyd State Park where the pace is more relaxed and the crowds are few.
Travel back in time to the 1950's when tiki culture was in its prime. You'll feel like you were transported to the South Seas when you step through the doors at the Mai-Kai, where Floridita Daiquiris flow and Polynesian dancers entertain locals and tourists alike. You'll need reservations for this one ? this is a treat that you can't get anywhere else.
Located in North Miami, Oleta River State Park is the state's largest urban park, known best for its world class network of mountain bike trails. Wildlife viewing and birding is another draw to Oleta River State Park ? keep your eyes peeled for herons, cranes and other shorebirds hiding in the mangroves. Bikes, kayaks and paddleboards are available to rent at Blue Moon Outdoor Center, the park's official concessionaire.
For fans of Art Deco architecture, a trip to Miami is a must. The world's largest collection of Art Deco buildings are found right here on Miami's Ocean Drive, with glowing neon signs and over 800 buildings from the 1920's through the '40's. If you are looking for that classic Miami style, this is the spot ? movies such as Bad Boys, The Bird Cage and Scarface were filmed here. To get your trip started, stop in at the Art Deco Welcome Center for information on area points of interest and guided tours.
Boca Raton Inshore Fishing located in Boca Raton, Florida is a great way to spend some time on the magnificent waters around the city. On one of the excursions, guests often have close but safe encounters with wildlife. The time on the water is a great way to escape from ordinary life on land. The staff will provide all of the equipment that campers need to catch some tasty and spectacular fish. The captain and guides keep up-to-date on the latest catches, but they always know how to catch some local types including snook, macherel, jack crevelle, ladyfish barracuda, and many more. A private guide who knows the local waters and the latest trends will help each angler on the trip. The licensed captains at the company guide each trip, so guests can explore the intercoastal and backwater canals. The tours are excellent for beginners and more experienced anglers. The staff is devoted to providing a successful trip for all of their guests.
America has a fashion and lifestyle culture that has evolved over the decades and is constantly changing. If you have a love of American history and want to learn about the products that have shaped the nation, check out the Museum of Lifestyle & Fashion History in Boynton Beach, Florida. You will get to embark on a journey through time and learn about the trendsetters of America. This museum is located in the Boynton Beach Mall and showcases interesting exhibits of the products and clothes of various time periods. You will get to see a variety of vintage and antique items that are sure to bring back fond memories from times past. The Museum of Lifestyle & Fashion History is a non-profit organization and so you can feel good about supporting a wonderful cause. They offer both in-house displays and a variety of bus tours and culinary tasting trips.
Located close to Miami, a trip to South Florida wouldn't be complete without a visit to Everglades National Park. This is the largest subtropical wilderness in the United States ? 1.5 million acres in size ? and is home to some of the rarest plant and animal species in the world. Native orchids, Florida Panthers, American Crocodiles and a variety of avian species all call the Everglades home. See the Everglades by foot, by boat, on bicycle or on one of many ranger-led tours. Take your time, the Everglades is truly one of the gems of our country.