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5876 W. Irlo Bronson
Kissimmee, FL 34746
Phone: (407) 396-8040
Fax: (407) 396-6766
5876 W. Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy, Kissimmee, FL, US, 34746
- Téléphone : (407) 396-8040
- Télécopie : (407) 396-6766
Activités de loisir de plein air
The world innovators of bungy jumping, this bungy company specializes in adventure tourism and offers adventure enthusiasts the thrill of jumping off an 80 foot bungy tower. First timers are welcome.
Explore all the excitement that Kissimee has to offer at Old Town. This impressive entertainment complex boasts more than 70 specialty shops, a wide range of affordable dining options and more. Kids will have a blast exploring the many activities at Old Town, including amusement park rides such as the bumper cars and Ferris wheel.
Get a whole new perspective of Kissimmee from the comforts of a wicker basket thanks to Orlando Balloon Rides. Fly high, miles above the ground as you peer across the land to see orange groves, wetlands and forests, and even amusement parks. Adding to the experience, Orlando Balloon Rides offers champagne toast to make your memorable experience even more special. As the premier hot air balloon companies in Florida, this is one of the most unique ways to see the city.
More than a zoo, Disney's Animal Kingdom has rides, shows, and safaris to truly live in the world of the animals. See roaming wild animals on Kilimanjaro Safari or pet goats, llamas, and pigs at the Affection Section. Or take a rest and catch one of Animal Kingdom's many shows, from the 3-D 'It's Tough to be a Bug'—where you can experience life from a bug's point of view, to the live action, 'Pocahontas and her Forest Friends'. With rides like the rollercoaster Expedition Everest and the TriceraTop Spin, all members of the family are sure to have a full day of fun.
This is an upscale, daily fee resort course that treats its guests with a private country club feel! Falcon's Fire, a Rees Jones signature masterpiece, is typically wide open, however, shot accuracy is essential. Fairways and greens are well bunkered, and water hazards are a common occurrence. Put this at the top of your "Must Play" list! Falcon's Fire Golf Club pays respect to the timeless traditions to the game of golf. This natural, classic 18 hole, par 72 golf course establishes the standards by which all golf facilities are evaluated. This is one of North America's Top 10 Golf Tournament Facilities, and has played host to the Oldsmobile Scramble National Finals 1993-2001, as well as the Senior PGA Tour Regional Qualifying Tournament from 1993-1998.
The course at Celebration Golf Club was designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr. and Robert Trent Jones, Jr. It was completed in 1996. Only one of its holes is free of water hazards. It is not long, but it is certainly narrow enough to present an adequate challenge. There are a variety of green sizes and shapes. Some are big and some are tiny. You will also hit your share of both long and short shots. The bunkering is sparse but efficient. The course is routed through a beautiful piece of wetland featuring an assortment of trees. This is a semi-private golf course. Soft spikes only.
A premier venue for spring training baseball, this place is one of the larger and flashier ones. Formerly known as Cracker Jack Stadium, Champion Stadium boasts of a seating capacity of 9,500. Despite its size, spectators are never too far from the action, though the seating can get a bit confining. Open-air luxury seats are also available. It is the spring training home of the Atlanta Braves.
This 18-hole course is nestled around the Orlando World Center Marriott, yet is well maintained and has an abundance of wildlife. Located two miles from Disney, the original Joe Lee layout was redesigned by Robert E. Cupp II in 1999. Water is in play on 15 of its 18 holes and the entire back nine provides challenges for all golfers amid the unique environment of wetlands co-existing with the 2000 room Orlando World Center Marriott resort complex. At 6810 yards from the Championship tees, Hawk's Landing features large tifdwarf greens, distinctive undulating fairways, and four sets of tees to inspire golfers of all skill levels. Open hours are seasonal and based on sunrise and sunset so call ahead.
This multi-million dollar sports complex sprawling across 200 acres can host more than 30 different types of sports, from aerobics to wrestling. It has hosted a broad spectrum of athletes, ranging from youth league competitors to leisure-time amateurs, seniors to college teams and professionals. The spring training home of the Atlanta Braves, this multi-purpose complex even has a Speedway for auto-racing. You can test your endurance at the Multi-Sports Experience facility and then head for the All-Star Cafe where you'll find memorabilia, an interactive game room and delicious food.
Need to cool off? Look no further than Disney's Blizzard Beach, a water park inspired by snow and winter sports. At the heart of the park is Mount Gushmore, which plays host to numerous chutes and slides—including the Summit Plummet, the world's largest and fastest free-fall body slide. There are attractions for all ages with Tike's Peak, a water play area for young children and Ski Patrol Training Camp, an area designed for pre-teens. Relax while floating down a tube on Cross Country Creek or take a dip in the pool of Melt-Away Bay. If you like water, you'll love Disney's Blizzard Beach.
The Hawaiian Rumble has a lot to offer, if you are looking for an adventurous vacation in Orlando. This miniature golf course is designed to attract players of all ages. The whole set up of the place is beautiful with uniquely designed waterfalls, tunnels, streams and hills making the place look very real. Don't panic if you suddenly see a volcano erupt around you, it is just one of the ways to keep you excited and entertained. This place is sure to keep you coming back time and again.
The original Walt Disney World park, the Magic Kingdom creates a fantasy world for kids of all ages. The park contains seven different themed lands: Main Street, U.S.A., Adventureland, Frontierland, Liberty Square, Fantasyland, Tomorrowland and Mickey's Toontown Fair. Each land displays the special Disney magic, and around the whole park are rides, games, characters, shows and shopping. At the center of the park lies Cinderella's Castle which towers over the park at 189 feet. The original design for the park was based on California's Disneyland, however Magic Kingdom is significantly larger.