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Blue Spring State Park
Located in the west part of the city, Blue State Park is a widely popular tourist destination spot. It allows visitors multitudinous of activities to enjoy which include fishing, hiking, camping, swimming, and wildlife observation along with several water sports and dives like snorkelling, scuba diving, canoeing, and kayaking. The winter months attract Floridian Manatees which levitates gaggles of tourists towards it. It prohibits swimming and fishing when manatees are present in the water. This lovely spring maintains a constant temperature of seventy-two degrees Fahrenheit. Biophilic can spend couple of hours touring the quiet pool through St. Johns River Cruises. The opening time for Blue Spring State Park is 8:00 am and it closes at the sundown. Avoid visiting the state park early. You can explore the park by Campsites, Cabins and gear rentals at an affordable price.
Central Florida Zoo and Botanical Garden
Opened in the year 1923, the zoo and botanical garden of Central Florida offers an excellent diversification of flora and fauna. You will get a chance to hear and view leaping lemurs, chirping Panama yellow-crowned amazon, swimming otters, and playful parrots. It houses more than five hundred animals from hundreds of species. Mammals like Leopards, Indian Rhino, and Alpaca, Birds like King Vulture, Cuckoo and Green-Winged Macaw are the limelight of the zoo including a wide range of reptiles. You can also engage in thrilling experiences like feeding the Giraffes and Rhinos in the splash park within the zoo. It allows touring this zoological and botanical park through a small carousel. The visitors relish the annual events organised by the zoo including 'Zoo Boo Bash', 'Hippity Hop Adventure' and 'Breakfast with Santa'. Central Florida Zoo throws a birthday party in every summer for two Indian Rhinos with the name 'Birthday with the Big Boys'.
Wekiwa Spring State Park
Located in the heart of the Orange City, Wekiwa Spring State Park offers numerous attractions. The serene Wekiva River allows you to take a dip in the glaring swimming hole and fantastic hike miles of trails. The vast picnic area, wildlife excursions, snorkelling and fishing activities captivate the imagination of viewers and gives them new adventurous experiences. Wekiwa Spring State Park opens from 8:00 am and closes until the sundowns. Try to arrive early. Weekends and holidays are highly bustling between 10:00 am to 4:00 pm from May through October. The state park will close the entry when the parking capacity of cars reaches two hundred and fifty. None of the trippers are allowed to enter until the space is available.
Family Fun Town
Discover fun, throw parties, host events and celebrate with your loved ones. Family Fun Town is the perfect place for unlimited karts, bumper boats and water rides. Although attractive rides apply height and age restriction, it offers something or the other to all the age groups. It attracts tourists and locals towards its enthusiastic surroundings, it is the most striking and impressive place which allows one a short escape from the daily chaos. You can also indulge in the delicious appetisers from different cuisines in the nearby restaurants.
Opened in the year 1957, Sanford Museum displays archaeological, scientific, paleontological and historical exhibits. Including a library and several galleries, it features a selective collection of family histories, letters, photographs, memoirs, cruise books and biographies. Plan your visit on Wednesdays as it orchestrates Planetarium programs for the public. You can visit the museum between 11:00 am and 4:00 pm from Tuesday to Friday. On Saturdays, it opens at 1:00 pm. The museum is closed on Sundays. It offers free entry to its visitors. Avoid planning your trip on national holidays and during festive season as it is very crowded.
Central Florida Nature Adventures
Explore overnight camping, rental kayaks, and canoes at Central Florida Nature Adventures. Located inside the Wekiwa Spring State Park, Nature Adventures highlights small tours with leisure paddling in the exotic scenario of alligators, egrets, turtles and herons. It is paradise for those who love and admire nature. Enjoy several visiting sites depending on the package that you choose.
Pondering to have a destination with complete leisure and calm? Orange City is waiting for you with its eye-popping sights and marvel structures. Located in Volusia County of Florida, Orange City is famous for its bright blossomy springs, verdant green parks, twisty roads, mesmerising architecture, and beautiful surroundings. This fluorescent Orange City levitates tourism towards its peaceful lifestyle and exotic sites. You can take a glimpse at the mesmerising museums, beautiful green parks, exciting, fun places and astonishing gardens. After spending the entire day on an excursion, the city provides you numerous sizzling dishes and delicious traditional food which will give your tastebuds a joy ride!
How to Get Tickets?
Book the tickets through this website and get exciting offers and discounts.
How To Get Around?
Orange City is small enough to explore through a bus. Grab the VOTRAN of route 20, 21, 22, and 23 to get around the city. In case you are running short of time or getting late, you can track the coaches with the help of an official app.
What Should I Wear?
Pack the apparels of your choice. Light weight and soft fabric garments are suitable for a leisure trip. Take a raincoat with you for water rides at the fun park. Wear shoes or flat sandals. Also, you may include sunglasses, a floppy hat and an umbrella.
Best Time to Visit
The best time to visit Orange City is in the blossom months of November through May. The soothing climate and low chances of rain will allow you to explore more. Avoid going between August and October as it rains heavily in the city.
How To Get There?
Unfortunately, Orange city does not offer air or rail services. You can reach here by taxis and coaches. Orlando International Airport and Miami International Airport are the two gateways for Florida. Get off there and book a cab or taxi for Orange City. You can also grab the train for Amtrak Station and take the coach for the city.
Take care of your belongings and valuables. Get your travel insurance done. Book the tickets in advance. Empty your pockets and put your cash and cell phones in an inside a bag in the inner compartment. Try to carry credit and debit cards instead of money. Do not stock all the money in one place. To prevent losing your most valuables, store them in a safe deposit box at the hotel or your apartment.