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Central Florida, a region in the USA state of Florida, is a delightful vacation destination for travelers all over the world. It contains many counties— Volusia, Sumter, Seminole, Polk, Pinellas, Pasco, Osceola, Orange, Marion, Manatee, Lake, Indian River, Hillsborough, Hernando, Hardee, Flagler, Citrus and Brevard. It has a humid subtropical climate and features many attractions, such as beaches, theme parks, water parks, natural springs and golf courses.  The NASA facilities further enhance the importance of this vacation destination. For the comfortable accommodations of travelvers, various types of vacation home rentals in Central Floridavillas, cottages, condos and cabin—are available at the very best prices.

Why Visit Central Florida?

Central Florida is a wonderful vacation destination, located in the heart of Florida. Apart from excellent weather conditions, it is a hub of popular natural attractions and famous for gastronomy and outdoor activities.

Things to Visit in Central Florida!

While vacationing in Central Florida, you will find places to visit and things to do. Nevertheless, those that should not escape your notice include the following:

Bok Tower Gardens: As one of the most popular habitats in Florida, it enables you to discover the history of Edward W. Bok and the building of his 205 foot Singing Tower and enjoy the tour of the historic Pinewood Estate mansion to get a peep into the luxurious lifestyle of the 1930s. The other attractions of this habitat include Edible Garden, the all-new Children's Garden, and Outdoor Kitchen and Wild Garden. For the public viewing, it remains open from 8: 00 am to 5: 00 pm.

Rock Springs Run: Spread over 14,000-acres of land, this park is home to swamps and artesian springs, pine Flatwoods, many Indian mounds, creeks and rivers which include the Wekiva River, Rock Springs Run, Wekiwa Springs Run and Seminole Creek. The activities available here include wildlife viewing, hunting, horseback riding, kayaking, canoeing, hiking, and bicycling. So, it is a great place for you to enjoy lots of activities including sightseeing.

Lake Apopka Wildlife Trail: As a major part of the Lake Apopka North Shore Recreation Area, this is a very large region with miles of trails for biking, hiking and equestrians. Quite some time back, St. Johns River Management District opened one-way dirt road for the vehicle. The speed limit allowed is 10 miles per hour and allows vehicles to stop and view the wildlife. The drive is a dirt road for which you do not need a four-wheeler. You can use any vehicle under 25 feet will suffice.

Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art: As one of the oldest museums in Central Florida, it accommodates the most exhaustive collections of works done by Louis Comfort Tiffany, one of the most famous American artists. It has a collection of art glass, paintings, pottery, jewelry, etc. Other exhibits include 19th and 20th-century American decorative art, graphics and paintings. So, you will be able to enrich your knowledge about ancient American civilization.

Sherman's Antiques: Spread over 10,000 square feet area, this is a very big store that is home to Our Antique Shop, Antique Mall and Doll Hospital. It has everything, ranging from furniture to figurines. It is an ideal place for you to create memories for your lifetime. It also provides Estate Sale Services from sales, setup and clean-up. You can visit it for seven days a week. The visiting time is from 10 am to 5 pm.

Beaches near Central Florida!

Beaches are the best places for travelers to cool their jets in Central Florida. The most popular ones, where you should be spending most of your time, include the following:

Cocoa Beach: Encompassing 52,000 square feet area, this is one of the most rejuvenating beaches in Central Florida. It has four bars, five restaurants, gifts and live musical entertainment. The activities available on it include kiteboarding, windsurfing, parasailing and surfing.

New Smyrna Beach: Lying at a short distance from Orlando, this is a charming beach, famous for surfing. Here, you will find lots of activities to indulge in—kick backing by the waves, fishing and an array of water sports activities. At Breakers, an open-air restaurant located smack-dab on the beach, you can dig into fresh seafood, burgers, etc.

Canaveral National Seashore: This is a tranquil beach with the pristine shore. Apart from relaxing on it, you can indulge in lots of activities—hiking, swimming and fishing. While picnicking here, do not forget to bring some essentials—bottled water, snacks, insect repellent, and sunscreen as they are not available on it.

Daytona Beach: Located closest to Orlando, this beach has many things to provide you—water sports activities, kart racing, motorcycle racing, golfing, deep-sea fishing and world-class dining and shopping. It is an ideal place for you to spend a night or two because it offers luxurious accommodations near the Atlantic Ocean.

Best Time to Visit Central Florida!

In terms of weather, safety, and tourism, the best time to visit Central Florida, is from October 22nd to April 15th. During this time, the minimum temperature is 45°F (7°C), and the maximum temperature is 85°F (30°C). The average daily temperature hovers between 55°F to 75°F (13°C to 49°C). The probability of rainfall is less than 14%, so it may rain one day per week. There is the least chance of snowfall on the ground.

How to Visit Central Florida?

Visiting Central Florida is easy and hassle-free. Whether you are a local or international traveler, you can visit it without much hustle and bustle. The chief airports located here are Gainesville Regional Airport, Destin–Fort Walton Beach Airport, Daytona Beach International Airport and Southwest Florida International Airport. The local means of transportation include buses, taxis, and cars.

Vacation Home Rentals in Central Florida

FindAmericanRentals, one of the best Central Florida Vacation Rentals by Owner, offers no-booking-fee vacation rentals to travelers at the very best prices around the clock. So, you can contact it around the clock to book your accommodations. It has a team comprising diligent customer service executives, who are ready to solve queries.