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Central Florida's Natural BeautySpring 2016
Come find the hidden natural beauties of Central Florida. From peaceful waters to annual events to hiking trails, many natural beauties can be found throughout Central Florida.
Tucked down a quiet road in Lake Buena Vista just minutes from the attractions lies Buena Vista Watersports, a recreational watersports playground that offers water skiing, wakeboarding, jet skis, stand up paddleboards, kayaks and pontoon boat rentals. The venue itself is a Key West style facility, complete with a private beach, tiki torches, palm trees and swaying cypress trees to give it the perfect Floridian feel. This beautiful lake retains Florida’s natural look, a tropical treasure hidden away from mainstream tourism.
Discover spring gardens, fresh flavors and more at Epcot® International Flower & Garden Festival. Celebrating its 23rd year, the Epcot® International Flower & Garden Festival returns to Walt Disney World® Resort March 2 - May 30, 2016, expanding from 75 to 90 days.
From fresh farm market flavors and new Disney Character topiaries to interactive play gardens and live rockin’ music, the forecast for 2016 festival fun is sunny and bright.
The festival, including all gardening programming and exhibits, is included with regular Epcot admission. The best way to experience Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival, as well as all the other great things to do at Walt Disney World is to purchase a multi-day Magic Your Way® Ticket by visiting an authorized Walt Disney World ticket seller.
Located on nearly 50 acres, Bok Towers is a place of beauty, serenity and peace. It features famed landscape gardens, a unique 205-foot art deco and neo-Gothic Singing Tower carillon and a magnificent 1930s Pinewood Estate Mediterranean-style mansion. Bok Towers is a piece of history and a spot of beauty. It has offered millions of Florida visitors an unparalleled opportunity for artistic, cultural, personal and spiritual enrichment.
The Osceola County Historical Society’s Pioneer Village at Shingle Creek is located in the Shingle Creek Preserve, a beautiful nature preserve spanning 43 acres in Osceola County. Lined with Cypress Trees draped in Spanish Moss and boasting some of the best bird-watching in Central Florida, Shingle Creek can be accessed from the Pioneer Village by way of hiking, biking and paddling trails. It showcases the homesteads of several Osceola County pioneer families, who lived and thrived off the area’s abundant natural resources.
Come see the real Florida with the St. Johns Rivership Co. aboard the “BARBARA-LEE”. One of the Southeast's only authentic paddle wheel dinner boats. Enjoy sitting on one of their beautiful outer deck areas or enjoy the view from a reserved seat in their climate controlled cabins. All cruises include full table service, cooked to order meals and live entertainment with a full liquor bar available. A treat for all ages.
Don’t leave without discovering the natural beauty of Central Florida.