Things to Do in Winter Park, FL

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37.1 Miles
80% 5 votes
Parks 6751 Airport Road, Port Orange, FL 32128 MoreLess Info
Situated on 25 acres, Airport Road Park offers lighted tennis courts, two full-size basketball courts and two open play soccer fields. It also has a playground and can be used to host picnics and events at the pavilion.
37.3 Miles
60% 15 votes
Golf 1900 Country Club Drive, Port Orange, FL 32124 MoreLess Info
The 18-hole golf course at Spruce Creek Country Club was designed by Bill Amick. Practice facilities, tennis courts, and a banquet facility with a pool are also found in here.
37.3 Miles
78% 125 votes
Historic Sites 600 Old Mission Road, New Smyrna Beach, FL MoreLess Info
The ruins of Florida's oldest sugar mill lie in New Smyrna Beach. The sugar mill was established before the Civil War and was a major supplier of sweeteners to Confederate troops.
37.5 Miles
83% 30 votes
Golf 6231 Palm Vista Street, Port Orange, FL 32124 MoreLess Info
Voted by the readers of the Daytona Beach News Journal the best golf club in the county, the Cypress Head Golf Club was opened in 1992 and can host tournaments and special events, such as weddings.
37.9 Miles
79% 34 votes
Natural History Museums 2201 Michigan Avenue, Cocoa, FL 32926 MoreLess Info
A not-for-profit corporation since 1969, the Brevard Museum of History and Natural Science sits on a 22 acres of land that includes a 19.5 acre nature preserve encompassing three Florida ecosystems. The newest exhibit to be viewed is By-Gone-Beasts, featuring three of the most iconic Ice Age mammals.
38.2 Miles
69% 16 votes
Historic Sites 1819 Taylor Rd, Port Orange, FL 32128 MoreLess Info
The Gamble Place Historic District is a 175 acre area featuring a citrus packing house, cottage and historic home. The home, known as 'Egwanulti' (Native American for 'by the water') was built in 1907.
38.3 Miles
94% 89 votes
Nature & Wildlife Areas 1795 Taylor Road, Port Orange, FL 32128 MoreLess Info
People of all ages are welcomed at the Cracker Creek. Kayaks, canoes and hydro- bikes can be rented for a tour on the river. Special events are held around the year, and special tours are organized especially for children.
38.4 Miles
84% 64 votes
Historic Homes New Smyrna Beach, FL MoreLess Info
One of the most unusual locations in New Smyrna Beach is the Eldora State House, one of the abandoned buildings discovered in the ghost town formerly called Eldora. There are no roads to the town, but it is possible to hike to the State House.
38.4 Miles
72% 64 votes
National & State Parks 3089 U.S. 441-27, New Smyrna Beach, FL 34731 MoreLess Info
A 620-acre facility, Lake Griffin State Park provides access to the lake for fishing and boating along with areas for wildlife viewing, camping and picnics. The park has a playground, a half-mile nature trail, wooded areas and restrooms.
38.4 Miles
- 0 votes
Recreation Centers 1999 Michigan Avenue, Cocoa, FL 32922 MoreLess Info
Located next to a community park, Travis Recreation Center has amenities ranging from fitness rooms to picnic shelters available on a first come first serve basis. The center hosts community activities like craft workshops, book readings, and summer camp.
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