Although some may argue we live in a virtual paradise here in south Florida, Moms certainly don’t have it easy - dealing with smelly diapers, troublesome toddlers, and tenacious teens - and a day off comes once in a blue moon.
Living and retiring in sunny South Florida often means company is coming to YOUR HOUSE to visit! Family members (especially those hailing from the North) descend in droves to enjoy our exceptional weather and pristine beaches. Understandably, this area is transforming into a favorite vacation spot. Family fun adventure beckons and refuses to disappoint. When you find yourself saying "My Grandkids are coming! What can we do together in South Florida?" fear not.
If thoughts of Florida bring up memories of Disney World and Daytona Beach, you will need to give it another visit. Florida has more to offer than just central Florida attractions. South Florida has a number of family-packed vacation spots that will leave you and the kids wanting to head back for more. Fun-filled and adventure soaked, these are the stuff vacations are made of. Don't settle for boring holidays with limited excursions.
Family recreation in South Florida is available to all regardless of ability. Beaches across the area have beach wheelchairs, pools have chair lifts and playgrounds now are being built with ramps so that the entire family can participate in play! South Florida Finds wanted to make a list of some wonderful places to go with the whole family so that no one feels left out. We realize that sometimes a parent, grandparent, aunt/uncle or child with different abilities may feel challenged to locate places to go with friends and family. Have fun exploring some of these wonderful options!
As America's only region with a tropical monsoon climate, South Florida is no stranger to a hot and humid summer. Temperatures in the summertime often breach the 90 F barrier, with the accompanying high humidity making it difficult for people, especially kids, to indulge in outdoor activities. To further compound the problem, this is also the time when monsoon is at its peak, ruling out the possibility of outdoor family activities.