The following places are an easy drive from our Paradise Lakes Nudist Resort. For a complete listing of things to do click here. You may want to visit Busch Gardens, Epcot Center, Disney World, Universal Studios, Sea World, National Manatee Preserve, Beautiful Gulf Beaches, Cape Kennedy, and much more. Visit some of these web sites and see what you can explore outside of Paradise Lakes Nudist Resort:
Sea World, Orlando
SeaWorld Orlando lets you dive into endless adventures. Be inspired by the all-new TurtleTrek, featuring the worlds only 3D-360 experience that transports you into the amazing world of the turtle and lets you see it in a whole new way. Connect with the sea through up-close animal encounters. Dive into the exhilaration of the sea in the awe-inspiring Shamu show One Ocean, a multisensory celebration that entertains, educates and inspires. Then immerse yourself in the world of the ray before you glide, speed, soar and spin headfirst like a ray on Manta, SeaWorld’s flying coaster. To learn more, visit their Web site!
Busch Gardens, Tampa Bay
Busch Gardens Tampa Bay is the ultimate family adventure park, featuring an unparalleled combination of up-close animal encounters, award-winning live entertainment and world-class thrill rides. As one of the top zoos in North America, Busch Gardens brings you face-to-face with more exotic and endangered animals than any destination in the world. To learn more, visit their Web site!
Universal Studios, Orlando
Jump into the action of your favorite movies and TV shows with rides and attractions for all ages. Join the ranks of the minions, literally, on the all-new 3-D ride Despicable Me Minion Mayhem. Save the princess with Shrek and Donkey. Careen through Krustyland with The Simpsons™. Plunge into darkness on Revenge of the Mummy®, and star in a roller coaster music video on Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit®. To learn more, visit their Web site!
Adventure Island, Tampa
Escape into water-soaked excitement at Adventure Island. Guests can ease into island time in a place where corkscrew slides, waterfalls, a giant wave pool, a rambling river, and other family attractions create a laid-back atmosphere and hours of sun-drenched fun. Your toughest decision? Whether to hit the slides for some fast-paced fun or grab a siesta in your own private cabana. To learn more, visit their Web site!
Disney World, Orlando
The Walt Disney World Resort, also known as Walt Disney World or simply Disney World, is an entertainment complex that opened on October 1, 1971 in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, and is the most-visited such complex in the world. It is actually four separate theme parks: Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Each park requires a separate ticket, although Disney sells combination tickets that let guests move between all the parks in a single day. To learn more, visit their Web site!
Homosassa Springs Wildlife State Park
The park serves as a rehabilitation center and refuge for endangered West Indian manatees that have been orphaned or injured in the wild and also for manatees that have been born in captivity. To learn more, visit their Web site!
Kennedy Space Center
The Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex provides an exhilarating and educational experience of the space program. You can tour the Rocket Garden, or board a full-scale replica of the Space Shuttle Explorer. To learn more, visit their Web site!
Other Sites for Information
Tampa, Florida’s Official Visitor Site