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Family Travel in Orlando, FL

From thrilling theme parks and family friendly hotels to local parks and lakes, families will always feel at home in Orlando.
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Outta Control Dinner Show

The Outta Control Dinner Show combines yummy food with magic tricks, high energy and fun for the entire family. You'll receive table-side service with unlimited pizza, salad, popcorn and beverages, along with a terrific show of impersonations, comedy and magic.

Pirate's Cove Adventure Golf

Pirate’s Cove Adventure Golf features a pirate-themed miniature golf course that's fun for the entire family! The courses have great designs, tropical Florida landscaping and enough pirate loot to keep the kids entertained. It was voted best adventure golf in Florida!

Nickelodeon Family Suites

This is the first Nickelodeon hotel in the world! It features two water parks, a 3,000-square foot arcade, character breakfasts and many other family activities. The rooms feature separate kid suites decorated with Nickelodeon characters like SpongeBob.

Omni Orlando Resort

Do you golf? Sure, you do. You're visiting Florida, golf capital of the country. So don't let a single moment be spent without a club. Omni Orlando in Champions Gate features two 18-hole courses designed by the Great White Shark himself, Greg Norman. The good walk spoiled doesn't have to end at night, with a fully-lighted nine-hole pitch-and-putt. And if you need a few … hundred pointers, feel free to sign up for lessons from the pros at the David Leadbetter Golf Academy. After tee time, enjoy a premiere clubhouse and restaurant. The rooms are pretty nice, but the only reason you'll be in them is when you need to ice your shoulder.

Wekiwa Springs State Park

Wekiwa Springs State Park is the closest most families will ever get to the Fountain of Youth. The park is a place where visitors plan to stay for an hour and wind up spending an entire day. This natural treasure is just a half hour drive from Orlando's tourist district. The springs pump 42 million gallons of crystal clear water each day for splashing pleasure. A hillside area offers the perfect place to throw down a beach blanket and relax. The surrounding trees offer some shaded areas for those looking to stay out of the sun.13 miles of trails make for great biking or hiking experiences. The more adventurous can camp out at the park for a minimal fee. Canoe rentals are available onsite for paddling down the Wekiva river. There are no lifeguards on duty so an extra eye on the kiddos is recommended.

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