about Florida's Snowbird regions.
Space Age launch pads, sky-high roller coasters, world-class beaches and championship golf courses make Central Florida a gateway to nonstop, year-round fun. Read More
They say the farther north you go in Florida, the farther south you get. From Tallahassee to Gainesville to Jacksonville, the Dixie spirit and down-to-earth charm of the American South is stronger here than anywhere else in the state. Read More
Florida’s panhandle is famous for its white-sand beaches and barrier islands on the Gulf of Mexico. As a result, it’s also a major spring-break attraction for college students, so plan accordingly. Read More
If you can’t decide on where to set up camp in South Florida, just throw all of your major options into a hat and pick one at random—any one of Tampa Bay, Miami, Palm Beach, Sarasota, Fort Lauderdale, Port St. Lucie or Fort Myers will do just fine. Read More