Plan a weekend family escape in America’s oldest city: Family Fun in St. Augustine.
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The Adventures of Mom YouTube channel offers family friendly vacation ideas for Florida and Georgia. It’s been a year in the making and our first videos were cringe-worthy, but with the help of our tech-savvy son and YouTube University tutorials, we’ve come a long way.
Tucked away under the lush green canopy of North Central Florida hides a small old Florida town packed with high adventure. If you’re looking for roller coaster thrills and funnel cake amusements, this place is not for you. However, if you are in search of turquoise blue springs, tubing, paddling adventures and camping by a river, High Springs just may make your perfect escape.
Crystal River, known as the winter haven for the West Indian Manatee floods with visitors during the November thru March months, with everyone vying for a spot to see a manatee. But what else is there to do in this sleepy fishing town on Florida’s Nature Coast? Check out this definitive guide to everything Crystal River.
This 450 (and counting) year old city provides the ultimate family fun destination in Florida. Located on the Atlantic Coast, St. Augustine offers fabulous beaches, a cool fort, sunset sails, great food and chilling ghost hunts. There’s a little bit of something for everyone. Here are our top ten picks for family adventures in America’s oldest city.
St. Augustine is one of those places where the past and present collide. The sound of cannon fire mingles with the ring of a cell phone. You can find yourself drinking between a pirate and a scribe and no one raises an eyebrow. This is one cool place! Check out our best ideas for family fun in the nation’s oldest city.
Whether you are headed to the Tampa area for the day or a longer stay, there are many ways to fill your hours. Tampa, Florida is known for its incredible fishing, cool nightlife and buccaneers: the Tampa Bay Bucs, that is, and also their own historic privateer, Gasparilla, who they celebrate during the annual Gasparilla Festival. But there is so much more to explore. Tampa is also a family friendly destination for kids of all ages. So read on and explore: There is something for everyone.