Sleep Inn & Suites Orlando International Airport
1700 McCoy Road
Orlando, FL 32809
Phone: (407) 855-4447
Fax: (407) 856-9350
Activités de loisir de plein air
Orlando Watersports Complex is located north of downtown and provides its visitors with exciting watersports all year round. This unusual water park offers several ways to play in the water such as waterskiing, wakeskating, wakeboarding and kneeboarding for riders of every level from novice to pro. It is open almost every day of the year (weather permitting) and appointments are available for closed sessions. Courses include cable runs with speed selections starting at 5 miles per hour and going up to 36 miles, along with launch ramps, table-top, barrel, flat bar and other obstacles for wakeboarders and wakeskaters. Orlando Watersports Complex provides special events, lessons, camps, rentals of all gear needed, and several price packages with various options to choose from. - Diane Dilov-Schultheis
Going up in the world gives you a whole new perspective, and this company is here to help you do that! Rising in a hot-air balloon, you float over glittering lakes and pine forests, the Magic Kingdom and roller coasters, tiny villages, and the vast megalopolis of Orlando. From your perch, you'll get a new look at this vast development that has sprouted from the pastureland of central Florida, a man made maze that hides much of the region's original beauty. When your flight is over, you celebrate in the traditional balloonists way with a bottle of champagne, a picnic, and a flight certificate. Check the website for information on tours.
Get your adrenaline pumping at the Orlando Grand Prix. This indoor facility is a thrilling go-kart race track that will enable visitors to experience the excitement of first-hand racing. A large projector screen keeps spectators and drivers posted on the speeds and lap-times. Compete on one of the two race tracks and see if you can drive faster than your friends. Kids can race on junior karts.
Par 58 Regular Tees: 3417 yards / Slope 82 This 1968 Joe Lee design is flat with fairways rimmed by pine trees. It's greens are quite small and elevated above the fairways. The rolling greens are also protected by a number of sand traps. Of the four par-4s, two measure 370 to 380 yards. The par-3s run from 108 to 188 yards. All things considered, this is a pleasant and well-thought-out executive course open to the public. Metal spikes are tolerated but not encouraged.
The narrow fairways at Ventura are bordered by houses. You'll be treated to lots of sand. Water comes into play on all but a few holes. This very short course demands precision rather than strength. Several of the par-4s are well under 300 yards. The par-5s are all at 500 yards or less. There are two reasonably long par-3s. This is a semi-private golf course. Soft spikes only.
Opened in December '03, David Harman designed, this par-72 (7,205 yard) championship golf course featuring undulating fairways and interconnected waterways. Bordered by a natural backdrop of dense oaks and pines, Rosen Shingle Creek Golf Club lies along historic Shingle Creek headwaters to the Florida Everglades, providing an ideal and unforgettable golf experience. For further information, call 1866 996 9933 (Toll free).
Putting Edge Fun Center, located in the Festival Bay Mall on International Drive in Orlando, is not the typical putt-putt course most people are used to playing. Guest of all ages can play a round or two of miniature golf on an unusual and very entertaining glow-in-the-dark course. This indoor course comes to life with amazing out of this world vivid and dazzlingly colored surroundings. Putting Edge Fun Center provides upbeat music playing in the background that creates an entertaining setting for the entire family. The arcade area features the latest in video games to play as well. -Diane Dilov-Schultheis
All kids and many grownups love this place. It offers a 10,000-square-foot, two-story arcade filled with high-tech video games. Outside, you'll find time-tested rides like go-karts, bumper cars and bumper boats. The park's KidsSpot offers mild thrills appropriate for children ages 2-6. If all this activity leaves you hungry, eat at the on-site snack bar. Admission is free, but you do pay for each ride you take and each arcade game you play.
Aquatica is a whimsical, one-of-a-kind waterpark that’s only in Orlando and could only come from SeaWorld. There is one river where you float through an undersea world of colorful fish and another races you into rolling rapids. There are also slides that spin and soak you, and their incredible signature ride – two awesome, enclosed tube slides that send you speeding through a lively lagoon filled with playful, black and white Commerson’s dolphins. Delight in the serene-to-extreme waters in the gigantic double wave pools and soak in the sun (or the cooling shade) on the white sand beach. Aquatica is where the fun is as endless as the sea itself.
Thrills are for sharing! Only Wet 'n Wild Orlando gives you more themed, multi-person thrill rides than any other water park around. Signature hits like Disco H2O, Brain Wash, The Flyer and more — high-speed, seriously twisted, multi-person family adventures that let you experience the excitement with up to four people at a time. So whether you visit with friends or family, Wet 'n Wild makes it easy to feel the fun and share the rush!
Just across from the Citrus Bowl Stadium, the Thunder Field is a well-known venue. It has played host to many sporting events and is also a popular concert venue. When not hosting an event, this field is used for practices and exercise sessions by sports persons. This well-maintained, manicured, green field is the home to the Orlando Predators football team.
If you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life, Lake Eola is an ideal quick jaunt. The lake is a part of a park complex that has a lovely sidewalk, which encircles the lake and serves as a running track. The park is a whopping 43.2 acres, making it the perfect place to get away!