Things to do in Florida: Spring is in the Air

Florida is pretty amazing. People by the millions come to Florida on spring break from around the world for a slice of sunshine. There are lots of sights and activities that deserve your attention. If you have never been to Florida imagine all the places you haven't seen yet. Below are just a few places and events that make Florida the eclectic place it is. There is so much to do for visitors and residents!


Beach Party at Honeymoon Island


One of the world's most beautiful beaches is close to home, and part of the reason Caladesi Island has remained so lovely is that it is only accessible by water. Start your excursion by taking the causeway from Dunedin to Honeymoon Island State Park in north Pinellas County. You can skimboard, bird watch, fish, snorkel, picnic or just catch some rays. From Honeymoon, catch the ferry to Caladesi. Island!
Bring your pup, too, because there's a dog park on the south beach. Animals are also allowed on the marked trails and in the picnic area. For more information visit .

Seats at the Spring Training Baseball Game

The warm spring weather is prime baseball training conditions. The Tampa Bay area is home of The Phillies and Blue Jays spring training grounds. They practice and play at their own local training stadiums! At Clearwater’s Bright House field The Phillies play teams like The Ray’s, Red Sox, Yankees, The Braves, and much more! ;The Phillies have been training in Clearwater, Florida since 1948. Carpenter Field, which was built in 1967, is used in Spring Training by the Phillies' major league and Minor League players, along with teams in the Florida State League, Gulf Coast Rookie League and the Florida Instructional League. For more ballpark information visit www. .

Tubing Down Rainbow River 

Float along glass-clear water on the Rainbow River, two hours north of Tampa, with your legs dangling over an inner tube and your rear end in the water. It's sweet relief in the sticky summer, for sure, and a taste of Florida country. Bring your own tube or rent one at K.P. Hole Park in Dunnellon in Marion County. For more information go to .


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