Travel Information – Central Region of Florida

Central Florida is recognized as the ultimate center for the world’s major family destination theme parks like Walt Disney World, Universal Studios and Sea World in the Orlando area and Cypress Gardens in Winter Haven.

Central west region of Florida

Central Florida also offers green oases and outlying towns, historic districts and neighborhoods with their own distinct personality. The region includes the areas of Lakeland, Ocala and Orlando/Kissimmee.

Islands of Adventure

Universal Studios Islands of Adventure

Universal’s Islands of Adventure theme park Located right next door to Universal Studios, you’ll experience the innovative thrills and unexpected adventures of Universal’s Islands of Adventure theme park, where the…

Winter Park florida

Winter Park

Some five miles north of Orlando in Orange County, Winter Park is known for its Old World charm, elegant homes, bricked streets, oak-lined streets, and quaint shops. It is known…

orlando waterparks theme parks

Theme Parks & Waterparks of Orlando

The hours of operation of theme parks in Orlando vary by season. If you want to go into these school holidays (July-August) most of the attractions will be open between…

Lake Buena Vista

Lake Buena Vista

Walt Disney’s theme parks all call Lake Buena Vista home and millions of visitors from every corner of the globe flock here to experience the magic that is Disney. The…

Orlando Travel Guide

It’s no surprise that Orlando is one of the world’s leading vacation destinations – whether it’s a white-knuckled thrill ride, a skydive encounter, a soothing massage, a round of golf,…


Kissimmee Travel Guide

Kissimmee makes more dreams come true for vacation, holiday, business and sports travelers. More than a marketing slogan, Kissimmee literally is a dream destination for millions of yearly travelers who…

Universal Studios Quick Guide

Universal Studios Orlando is full of thrills (and chills during the month of September and October)!  We really enjoy the attractions at Universal Studios Orlando, but the theme really isn’t…

Best Campsites in Central Florida

When visiting Central Florida, some of the best attractions don’t involve roller coasters or characters but showcase the natural beauty of Florida. The temperate seasons in Florida, in addition to…

Ocala National Forest

Located in the northern part of the state in the “rolling” hills of Florida lies the city of Ocala also known as Tree City, USA. If you’ve never visited the…

Sebring Florida

Sebring Florida

Sebring is nestled among the rolling hills of Central Florida’s scenic ridge, surrounded by freshwater lakes, lofty pines, and orange groves, neighboring Lake Placid and Lorida. The city was founded…

Ocala Florida

Ocala Florida

Silver Springs – “Nature’s Theme Park”, the Ocala National Forest, rolling green fields of horse farms, historic districts and city streets canopied by 100-year-old trees, outstanding golf courses, friendly communities,…

Lakeland Florida

Lakeland Florida

Just a short distance from the hustle and bustle of Orlando’s attractions, hundreds of lakes dot the Central Florida countryside, providing some of the best bass fishing in the country…

Lakeland Area

Surrounded by Florida’s legendary attractions, Lakeland is centrally located between Orlando and Tampa. Join Highway 27 as it weaves through the heart of central Florida to the doorstep of Orlando’s theme parks.

Ocala Area

Ocala/Marion County’s backyard includes Silver Springs – Nature’s Theme Park, the Ocala National Forest, the rolling green fields of horse farms, historic districts and city streets canopied by 100-year-old trees, golf courses, crystal-clear rivers, and fresh-water springs.

Orlando/Kissimmee Area

Orlando is one good time after another. While the world’s major family destination theme parks (Walt Disney World, Universal Studios and Sea World) call it home, what most visitors think of as Orlando actually includes Kissimmee and Lake Buena Vista. This larger-than-life playground in Central Florida also offers shopping, museums, sports, performance arts, green oases and outlying towns and neighborhoods with their own distinct personality.