Things in Florida

The Campsites at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort

4510 N. Ft. Wilderness Trail
Lake Buena Vista, FL  32830-1000
Phone: (407) 824-2900
Fax: (407) 824-3508
http://disneyworld.disney.go.com/resorts/campsites-at-fort-wilderness-resort
Get back to nature at the Campsites at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort, where you’ll find family fun as big as the outdoors. Nestled on 750 wooded acres of lush pine and cypress trees, the fully-equipped campsites let you camp out in comfort. Time seems to slow down while you wander the quiets trails, and roaming ducks, deer and rabbits add to the sense that you are far away from the bustle of modern civilization. Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort opened in 1971 and is one of the original accommodations at Walt Disney World Resort. Recent improvements include wider campsites entrances and enlarged paving in many sites. With the convenience of pull-through check-in, you’ll get in and set up easily, even if you’re maneuvering a larger rig.

Lion Country Safari
Home of the Drive Through Safari Adventure!

2003 Lion Country Safari Road
Loxahatchee, FL 33470
Phone: (561) 793-1084
http://www.lioncountrysafari.com/index.html

Florida’s only drive-through safari and walk-through amusement park invites you to spend the day on safari with over 900 animals. With animal displays and encounters, animal feeding experiences, 6 rides, water sprayground, food, shopping and more, you are sure to have a memorable experience at Lion Country Safari.

Bluewater Key

Phone: (305) 745-2494
Toll Free: (800) 237-2266

Beautiful Bluewater Key is located at mile marker 14.5 on the Oceanside of US Highway 1. You haven’t experienced the Florida Keys, we are a collection of more than 1500 islands joined by a single road US Highway 1 or often called the Overseas Highway. This stretch of road from the Florida mainland to Key West includes 42 bridges, the longest of which is seven miles. From the famous Mile Marker Zero sign in the heart of Key West, the mile marker numbers increases as you approach the mainland. This means that our Resort’s entrance is about 10 miles from the head of the island of Key West and about 110 miles to the northernmost point of the Keys. Bluewater is located on the Atlantic side of the highway. Coming from the mainland, as you reach the 15 mile marker, you will be able to see our high-rise sign. After crossing the Channel Bunch #3 bridge, our entrance is on the left just past the bus stop shelter. As you enter Bluewater Drive, please stop on the right side of the driveway next to the callbox. Dial *00 (star-zero-zero) to connect with one of our staff in the office to announce your arrival. Within minutes, a staff member will escort you to your site.