Dry Tortugas National Park in Florida is a place you should visit at least once. And I guarantee once you go there you will want to go back again and again!
Margaritaville Hollywood Beach Resort has created the perfect luxury, beachfront resort for families of all ages to truly become Parrothead and Parakeets.
Marco Island is a gem of a Florida beach destination that is incredibly welcoming to families and filled with great activities!
With the amazing beaches and emerald green waters in Destin, Florida, one of the best ways to really enjoy it is to get out on the water!
5 amazing choices to visit for lunch or dinner that we guarantee you don’t want to miss while you are in Destin, Florida.
Sombrero Beach in the Florida Keys offers golden sand and a great swimming area for beach lovers to enjoy. Here are 4 tips for enjoying your time there.
If you are looking for fun, relaxation, beautiful views and a truly amazing time you want to stay at Hawks Cay in the Florida Keys!
If you’ve been to Orlando more than once, you may be ready to find some unique things to do at Disney World beside going on rides. How does vanquishing evil villains, searching for pirate booty, catching the bad guy, and exploring the wilderness sound? It’s all in a days work at Walt Disney World, and it’s all FREE with park admission.
The Disney PhotoPass is one of the best perks of a Disney World vacation. But now Disney has taken it one step further with the…
If you’re looking for sea life, Key West is a fantastic place to find it. Here are 3 places where you can find these enchanting creatures!
The Florida Keys have beautiful State Parks & one of our favorite National Parks. You don’t want to miss out on visiting any of these unbelievable places!
The nation’s first cowboys were in Florida near Westgate River Ranch. The award-winning ranch sits on 1,700 acres of land surrounded by 400,000 acres of protected wetlands…with dozens of opportunities for families to unplug and reconnect.
Staying at one of the WDW Resorts makes a great Disney World vacation supercalifragilisticexpialidocious. But trying to navigate all those options can be like chasing…
Sandestin is a glorious 2,400 acre family-friendly development located in Miramar FL w/sugar white beaches and emerald water.
It’s called the Forgotten Coast because it was once left completely off the Florida map. Now this sleepy area of the panhandle with it’s scattered beach houses, like the ones on Cape San Blas, Florida, and low-rise condos, like the Driftwood Inn in Mexico Beach, make for the perfect low-key family vacation destination.