The City of Tampa is in a fantastic location next to Tampa Bay and the Gulf coast, and has many great attractions such as the Busch Gardens theme park and the Adventure Island water park… Anheuser-Busch owns the Busch Gardens and Sea World theme...
The Tampa Riverwalk, Tampa, FL. Located in downtown Tampa, the Riverwalk is a paved two-mile promenade for pedestrians to stroll along the Hillsborough River-front and enjoy the beautiful scenic sights of boats on the water, waterfront parks, and waterfront museums, hotels, and other buildings; it is an ideal place to relax. The Riverwalk is being developed in stages by the City of Tampa, and there are plans in progress that are/will be connecting many of the waterfront attractions.
27. Falling Waters State Park: Falling Waters near Chipley, FL, is home to the tallest waterfall (and one of very few, period) in the state of Florida. It can be quite impressive after a heavy rain, as the water rushes down 73 feet of limestone into a huge sinkhole.
Florida Aquarium- Young kids are sure to enjoy the "Explore A Shore" exhibit, which includes a waterslide and water-jet sprays for them to play in. Tampa's aquarium is open every day from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. General admission costs between about $15 and $20 and varies by age. Children age two and under can enter for free. Visit the aquarium's website for more information.
Alexander Springs, Ocala National Forest- Of the 27 first-magnitude springs in Florida, Alexander Springs is by far one of the easiest for visitors to enjoy. A broad and naturally gently sloped spring pool becomes a natural water park where visitors come to picnic, swim, and play. The water is a constant 72 degrees F and very clear. WITH MIKE AND DAVE MOWRY