Parks & Gardens
Best Places To See Spring Flowers In Orlando
Starting in February and March, Orlando's parks and gardens start to show off some of their beautiful blooms. Azaleas cover the landscape, Flower and Garden Festivals begin.
Weeki Wachee Springs
Several new attractions and shows, including canoe trips, wilderness cruise and snorkeling tours.
Blue Springs State Park
Visit the winter home of the West Indian Manatee.
Loch Haven Park in Orlando
Located on the corner of Mills Avenue (Hwy 17-92) and Princeton Street is the beautiful Loch Haven Park.
A popular Central Florida attraction since 1930, the gardens are located in St. Petersburg, about 1 hour east of Orlando.
Kraft Azalea Gardens
The beautiful garden in Winter Park provides a peaceful retreat along the shores of Lake Maitland.
Zellwood Corn Maze
Spend the day in a real corn maze at Long & Scott Farms in Zellwood.
Orlando Parks and Gardens
Picnic and playgrounds in Orlando, so where is a good place to have a picnic? Parks and gardens that are open year round and are great locations for having a picnic.
Petting zoos, gardens and their ever popular glass bottom boats.
Nearly 50 acres of meandering paths shaded by ancient oaks, forests of camellias and giant camphor trees. The beautiful Leu Gardens in Orlando offers a yearly schedule of events including evening concerts by the Phil Harmonic, gardening classes and children's storytelling.
One of Central Florida's first attractions, started in 1936 provided the backdrop of the original Tarzan movies.
Natural Springs and State Parks Near Orlando
Central Florida is home to many beautiful springs and state parks that are open to the public year-round. The springs are popular destinations for swimming, boating, camping and wildlife watching.