Here is the list of things to do in Florida for spring break:
LEGOLAND Florida Resort
LEGOLAND Florida Resort is the perfect spring break activity all day and is great for all the family. With more than 50 rides with interactive shows, fun attractions, and water parks specifically designed for children, you can be sure that your kids will have the most enjoyable spring break of their lives.
Then, stay at the Pirate Island Hotel for a more thrilling experience. On February 24, the brand-new Peppa Pig Theme Park opens just a few steps away!
When you visit Safari Wildlife in Lakeland, you’ll be able to have an intimate encounter with a variety of exotic creatures. From feeding lemurs to camelback rides and spotting cheetahs, an experience that kids will never forget.
The ranch has unveiled its brand new camping experience, giving you the Serengeti-like knowledge and camping experience!
Detroit Tigers Spring Training
Enjoy the nostalgic experience of the Detroit Tigers Spring Training game where players are easily accessible, kids are still children, and the sun is shining. Experience the league’s top teams at the most prestigious Spring Training stadium in the nation. Take a close look, and enjoy a great day in Tigertown, Lakeland.
Paint Pottery in PicassoZ Art Cafe
Picasso Art Cafe is a contemporary, casual do-it-yourself art studio with pottery mosaics, paintings made of fused glass, jewelry, and clay. The finished projects can be sent to your home after firing. Visit Picasso to get your creativity flowing.
Westgate River Ranch Resort & Rodeo
Westgate River Ranch Resort near Lake Wales is the perfect spot for outdoor activities. This is the ideal location for a family-friendly Central Florida spring break getaway. With cabins, teepees and teepees campsites, wagon stays, and unique camping options for families of all ages, everyone can enjoy the property’s natural beauty.
There are plenty of opportunities to keep the kids entertained, from rodeos, horseback riding, fishing, etc.
Elite Cable Park
Spring Break is a time to drink! Enjoy all things water during this spring break without having to lease an inflatable boat or any other equipment or other gear. At the Elite Cable Park in Auburndale, visitors can choose from waterskiing, wakeboarding, skating, and kneeboard while connecting to a cable park.
The first-timers will have a one-on-one training session before going out on the water. The brand-new Camp Margaritaville RV Cabana Cabins Resort is next to the campground.
Circle B Bar Reserve
Circle B Bar Reserve is the ideal place for hikes, bird watching, and cycling. The onsite Polk Nature Discovery Center to discover more about Polk County’s ecosystems with interactive activities. You can also play in the play area indoors, which is great for youngsters.
An excursion towards Central Florida wouldn’t be complete without a glimpse of an alligator, which is possible by stepping onto the Lakeland preserve’s pier or along the shoreline.
Alligators Unlimited Airboat Tour
Airboat tours departing at Lake Wales, Alligators Unlimited Airboat Nature Tours offer one-hour-long family-friendly excursions through the Kissimmee River. You’ll have a blast, and the knowledgeable tour guides are certain to share any wildlife sights for photos opportunities.
Explore V Children’s Museum
Explorations V Children’s Museum in downtown Lakeland provides interactive, colorful entertainment and an opportunity for children and parents to interact through various learning methods. The museum is focused on the five senses; Explorations V is three floors of interactive exhibits powered by kids and programming.
Winter Haven Watersports
Are you looking to spend the day on the water with the entire family? Winter Haven Watersports has got everything covered. Craig pontoon, Jet Ski kayaks, and paddleboard rental.
Bok Tower Gardens
Bok Tower Gardens, located in Lake Wales, is a great area for children to play, splash, explore, and learn at Hammock Hollow Children’s Garden. Hammock Hollow is 2.7 acres of land in Bok Tower Gardens, amidst the water and other wonders that delight children between 2 and 12 years old.
After spending at least one hour in the children’s garden, go up to the Tower to see your home at the summit of the hill.