Quality Inn & Suites
16630 US 441 W.
Mount Dora, FL 32757
Phone: (352) 383-3400
Fax: (352) 383-8499
16630 US 441 W., Mount Dora, FL, US, 32757
- Phone: (352) 383-3400
- Fax: (352) 383-8499
The whole family will have fun at this bowling center that features state-of-the-art bowling lanes and scoring, video arcade games, and a snack bar.
This 1994 Joe Lee design is situated on a 400-acre island in Lake Dora. This location provides a remarkable natural setting for this magnificent-looking golf course. The course has the customary Lee bunkers scattered everywhere. The fairways are broad, which makes for an excellent experience with the driver. The greens provide multiple slopes on most putts. The par-5s are only long from the Gold tees, and the length of the par-3s is within reason. This is a semi-private golf course. Only soft spikes are allowed.
Jones Brothers Air and Seaplane Adventures is located near the shores of Lake Dora, which is a short trip northwest of Orlando in the city of Tavares. Whether you are looking for a short plane adventure that only lasts a little more than ten minutes around the local area, or a tour that lasts two hours and ranges out to nearby attractions and waterways, you are sure to find the perfect itinerary from the eight adventures available. Single and multi-engine planes are used and many feature "Splash and Dash" on the waterways. Reservations are required for weekday trips. -Diane Dilov-Schultheis
This course is very short and plays quite easily if one can keep the ball in play. The fairways are thin, and the landscape is hilly. With excellent bunkering and a little water, the course still provides opportunities to lose shots to par. Mount Dora Golf Club is beautifully kept. This is a semi-private golf course. Metal spikes are tolerated, but not encouraged. Greens fees: $20 includes cart. Open daily 7pm onwards.
This is one of many fine Lloyd Clifton courses that dot central Florida. As is usual for this architect, there are traps of every size and description. The fairways play very narrow. Fifteen holes have some water. The Country Club Of Mount Dora also has some small hills. This is a semi-private golf course. Metal spikes are tolerated but not encouraged.
Built in 1954, this private 18 hole, par 72 golf course was cut out of a mature pine forest but still features open fairways. About half of the greens are elevated, and all of them are well bunkered, and water hazards come into play on ten holes. A driving range and well stocked pro shop are also on site.
The par is 62. Blue Tees are 3752 yards and slope is 95. White Tees are 3503 yards and slope is 87. Red Tees are 3203 yard and slope is 91. This sturdy executive layout is no cinch. More than half its holes have some water. There is also some restrained but effective bunkering. The par-3s measure from 100 to 206 yards from the Blue tees. The par-4s range from 230 to 334 yards. These measurements decrease only slightly from the White and Red tees. Baytree Golf Course is a semi-private golf course. Metal spikes are tolerated, but not encouraged.
Lakes At Leesburg course is open to residents of the development and their guests. It features oak and cypress tree - framing on most holes. These trees have a habit of complicating shots that miss the greens. The course is flat and has a bit of sand.This is a private golf course. Soft spikes only.
Stanley Pond Adventure Farm is located in Astatula, which is a short trip northwest of Orlando. This is a great place for kids and the young-at-heart to spend an afternoon in the outdoors getting dirty and having lots of fun. The admission is free, but tokens are required for most of the activities offered. This spacious property includes a pond used for fishing and airboat rides, farm tour hayrides and blue cow train barrel rides, a massive jumping pillow and a sand mountain. A food stand is available onsite or you can pack your own lunch. Numerous special events are held here throughout the year. -Diane Dilov-Schultheis
Mission Inn Resort is known for the world class golf courses that it houses. Las Colinas (the Hills), was designed by PGA Tour veteran Gary Koch and nominated by Golf Digest in 1992 as "Best New Resort Course". Here the greens are large and undulating, there are 60' elevation differences, and on many holes you play through natural wetlands. The 12th hole known as "Alligator Alley" is regarded as one of the toughest. Las Colinas is just a half hour drive north of Orlando. Call for reservation.
Designed by P.B. Dye, this golf club features 18 of the most unique golf holes in Central Florida and includes a complete practice facility with a doubled ended driving range and a 40,000 square foot short game area. A golf instruction center is also on site.
This is a classic older course. There is an endless supply of elevation changes. Level lies are a rarity. The greens are tiny for a resort course, so you are likely to miss a number of them, and your short game will be tested. The fairways are uncomfortably narrow, and there is water everywhere. It's an excellent test. This is a semi-private resort golf course. Metal spikes are tolerated, but not encouraged. Check the website for the Green fees, they vary from month to month.