Located in Wellington, Florida, the International Polo Club Palm Beach, is said to be one of the biggest clubs in the world which is associated with this sport. It boasts of many natural grass covered playing fields, couple of which actually form part of the stadium. From extremely humble beginnings, the International Polo Club in Wellington, Florida has come a long way. Today, it is among the top ranked clubs, hosting prestigious international polo tournaments.
Located in Hollywood, South Florida, the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino is a favorite for all the family! Whether you want to spend time splashing around with the kids in the expansive pool, taking some time to relax in the innovative Rock Spa, or just treating yourself to classic all-American dining, this hotel caters to your every need!
Caporella Aquatic Center is located in sunny Tamarac Florida, which is in the Broward County area. This is a great family friendly place to go and spend the day. There is a water playground or "spray ground" for the children to splash around in and have fun as well as a 25 yard by 25 meter swimming pool with double tornado slides. A special feature here is the zero depth entry to the pool!
If you are in the West Palm Beach area of Florida and searching for a fantastic place to take your family for fun, look no further than the Calypso Bay Water Park in Royal Palm Beach. This idyllic spot is just 8 miles from downtown West Palm Beach.
The Zoo Miami, formally known as Miami Metro Zoo is located southwest of Miami, in the former site of the Richmond Naval Air Station. It is situated in southern metropolitan Miami-Dade county. The zoo is the perfect day activity for families with young children as it houses over 2000 animals and over 100 exhibits on its massive 740 acre total land area.
The Venetian Pool is an aquatic facility unlike any other in the country. It has been enjoyed by hundreds of thousands of people from all over the world, and is still one of the main tourist attractions for those visiting the City of Coral Gables.
The pool was created in 1923 from a coral rock quarry, where much of the original coral rock was used to border and further accentuate the pool. It also features two large historic lookout towers, with a view to the City Beautiful.
Everglades Holiday Park in Fort Lauderdale, made famous by the Animal Planet show Gator Boys, offers fishing and airboat rides in the Everglades. The hour long Everglades tours allow you access to the river of grass filled with all sorts of wildlife. The informative tour guide takes a group out in their covered airboats every 20 minutes. Tickets must be purchased for anyone over the age of 3 but there is discounted pricing for children.
Peanut Island was begun as a small 10 acres island that was a product of dredging done in the Intracoastal back in 1918. Over the years, further dredging and deposits have grown the island to over 80 acres! A recent project in Lake Worth to produce the new Snook Islands utilized fill from this island. This island has a historic tie to John F. Kennedy from the time of the Cuban Missle Crisis. His bunker, as well as a Maritime Museum, can be found on the island. Most locals who frequent the island do so for snorkelling, fishing, sunbathing, partying and camping.
Loggerhead Marine Life Center is located in within a 70 acres beachfront county park of the same name. This Marine Life Center is a crucial place for education and preservation of sea turtles. The park features fishing, nature trails, guarded beach front, and playgrounds. The Marine Life Center is home to a sea turtle hospital and offers many educational opportunities. They host guided tours and even can be a birthday party venue. The programming for children includes a Jr Veterinary Lab, story-telling, nature exhibits, fish feeding and the popular Dr.