9 Spring Break Locations in Florida

This article was written and published by a Florida Virtual School student for the FLVS student newspaper, News in a Click.

­Florida Spring Break IdeasAre you looking to vacation somewhere this spring break but don’t want to travel too far?

Have no fear! Here is a list of spring break vacation locations tailored for Florida Virtual School students throughout Florida.

Walt Disney World – A classic location to visit, Disney World, located in Orlando, Florida, is a great option if you’re looking for fun adventures. With multiple theme parks to visit, Disney World is perfect for families.

Panama City Beach – PCB is a wonderful place to stay during spring break if you’re looking to spend time at a beach. Sometimes called the “spring break capital,” students from all over the country go to Panama City Beach for spring break.

St. Augustine, Florida  – A historical city located in northeastern Florida, St. Augustine has a myriad of attractions. The historical Spanish fort, trolley tours, an alligator farm, helicopter rides and animal reserves are just a few of the activities that you can do here.

30A  – 30A is a melting pot of 16 different beaches. If you are looking for outdoor fun and some time on the beach, look into one of the 30A beaches.

Everglades – One of the most famous attractions in Florida, the Everglades is a wetland starting near Orlando with the Kissimmee River ending in Lake Okeechobee. If you like nature and Florida’s natural beauty, the Everglades is one place to appreciate it.

Tallahassee, Florida – If you’re interested in the capital of Florida, Tallahassee is for you. With a multitude of government buildings, museums, parks and entertainment, Tallahassee is a small town that holds a lot of fun.

Sea World – Also located in Orlando, Florida, Sea World is an amusement park revolving around marine life. If you enjoy sea life and adventures, look into visiting Sea World this spring break.

Jacksonville Zoo – You’re never too old to go to the zoo! If you enjoy looking at exotic animals and want to have an adventure, consider going to the Jacksonville Zoo.

St. Marks Wildlife Refuge – Located in Wakulla County in north Florida, St. Marks is a great place to visit to explore Florida’s wilderness. Here, you can also boat, hike, view the famous St. Marks Lighthouse and see animals.

This post was written by Florida Virtual School student Cristi McKee and originally published by the FLVS student newspaper, News in a Click. 

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