The A-Z of things
to do in Florida - C
Here you will find everything from Gardens and Theatres
to Theme Parks and Aquariums.
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Located on the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station and generally
not open for public access.
You can see the lighthouse from either Canaveral Harbor Road or
from the beach at Cocoa Beach southward.
Creek Family Entertainment
9807 Front Beach Road, Panama City Beach, Florida 32407
Offering two 18-hole miniature golf courses, a giant human size
maze and bumper boats.
Cocoa Beach. Tel:321-783-7549
An historic 840 ft pier providing fishing, food and shops.
Costa State Park
Boca Grande, Florida
This park is only accessible by private boat or passenger ferry.
Primitive cabins and tent sites are located on the Gulf side of
the island. Rangers are available every Friday at 1:30 PM for
their interpretive programs. The programs include turtle walks,
shelling talks, castnetting demonstrations, and programs dealing
with the history of the island and its people
1590 Goodlette-Frank Road, Naples FL 34102-5260. Tel:239-262-5409
Here you will find a collection of animals from apes to zebras
surrounded by a 52-acre tropical garden over eighty years old.
And you will also find a full day of events designed to entertain
as well as educate.
Island State Park
Along the edge of the Gulf of Mexico, sand dunes line the open
beach. Only the hardiest plants can survive here, sea oats, beach
morning glory and sea purslane. All this makes an ideal nesting
spot for turtles and birds.Here you will find mangrove forestsand
Central Florida Zoological Park
3755 N.W. Highway 17-92 at I-4 (Exit 104) Sanford, Florida
Enter the enchanted, tropical world of the Central Florida Zoo,
a relaxing, entertaining and educational experience for the entire
Visit the famous coral castle, the entire fortress type building
is constructed of huge coral blocks
249 Windward Passage, Florida. Tel:888-239-9414
The Clearwater Marine Aquarium is a non-profit working aquarium
dedicated to public education, marine research, animal assisted
therapy and the rescue, rehabilitation and release of sick or
injured marine animals
Cypress Gardens, FL 33884-0009. Tel:863-324-2111
The lineup for 2002 features new displays in The FloraDome, a
covered botanical exhibit that changes seasonally, an enhanced
concert series, Rockin' Around the Dock Ski show, Gator Gulch
alligator habitat and Moscow on Ice presents Skate the States
Many species of wildlife have been seen in the park, including
several of the state's threatened and endangered species. The
brown pelican, wood stork, bald eagle, manatee, roseate spoonbills,
american crocodile and the florida black bear are among the animals
that make this park their home.
300 Brevard Avenue, Cocoa Village. Tel:321-636-5050
Founded in 1992, the "Stars of Tomorrow" youth program now has
over seventy participants.
Key Museum State Park
Cedar Key, Florida
Cedar Key Museum State Park was established in 1962 and dedicated
to St. Clair Whitman who operated the first museum in Cedar Key.
Most of Mr. Whitman’s collections are displayed in the museum.
These collections include exhibits on the Timucuan Indians, antique
glassware, old bottles, a very complete collection of sea shells,
items from the pencil manufacturing days, fiber broom and brush
manufacturing, and photographs of old Cedar Key.
South west corner of Sand Point Park.
The City of Titusville's memorial to the victims of the Apollo
and Challenger Space Shuttle tragedies.
River State Archaeological Site
3400 N. Museum Point, Crystal River, FL 344287724. Tel:352-795-3817
Considered to be one of the longest, continually occupied sites
in Florida, this six-mound complex is believed to have been started
around 200 B.C. by the Indians. A unique feature of the site are
the stelae. They are two carved stones pointing from opposite
sides to the burial mound
Brevard Art Center
425 Brevard Avenue, Cocoa. Tel:321-636-3673
1334 Carrabelle. Fl 32322
To preserve the memory of the Amphibious soldiers who trained
and served in WWII, Korea and Vietnam.
E Buena Vista Dr. Lake Buena Vista, FL 407-939-9200 Fax: 407-939-7600
Performance venue at Downtown Disney Westside. Live acrobatic
circus with live music.