10 places you gotta see in the sunshine state
7 Other Things To Do In Florida 1. Kennedy Space Center
Not only can you watch a shuttle launch from here, but the center has tours of the International Space Station and much more. www.ksc.nasa.gov 2. Daytona International Speedway
The famed NASCAR loop has something going on almost every week from January to early March. www.daytonainternationalspeedway.com
From Little Havana to South Beach, you’ve got to see it to believe it. 4. Ernest Hemingway’s Home
That’s right, you can see for yourself the Key West home of the legendary Ernest Hemingway. It’s a museum as well. www.hemingwayhome.com 5. Busch Gardens
This Tampa institution has wildlife, safari tours and an amusement park chockful of exciting thrill rides. www.buschgardens.com 6. Peanut Island
Did Kennedy intend on using the bomb shelter beneath the island? You be the judge. www.palmbeachfl.com 7. Amelia Island
We admit! There’s great golf found at this beautiful locale. www.ameliaisland.org
|Top 10 Places To Play || || |
| Miami Beach Golf Club |
Carl Fisher, one of the original visionaries of Miami Beach, built this course in 1923.
| Crandon Park Golf |
With great views of Key Biscayne and the Miami skyline, Crandon Park is a delight.
| Victoria Hills|
Ron Garl designed this eclectic course for the masses to love.
| Orange County National|
An outstanding layout carved out of central Florida scrubland.
| Doral Golf Resort |
This legendary Dick Wilson design has been renovated.
| Innisbrook Golf Resort |
The Copperhead course is consistently ranked as one of the top courses in Florida.
| Ocean Hammock, Palm Coast|
A Nicklaus creation that likely will be the last track built along the east coast waters of Florida.
| Osprey Ridge |
Look for impressive elevation changes and 70 bunkers.
| New Course, Grand Cypress Resort|
Jack Nicklaus offers a taste of the Old Course at St. Andrews.
| Shingle Creek Golf Club |
A David Harman design that gets its name from the creek that runs through the property.
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