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About Fort Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale, Florida Travel Tips

As a family vacation destination, Fort Lauderdale, Florida has come a long way. It's no longer just a place for college students to head for spring break. Known for its beaches, the area is also home to a wide array of family-friendly entertainment, from museums to go-kart tracks and arcades. Opting to stay in Ft Lauderdale rentals, instead of hotels, lets families save money on their vacations without sacrificing their comfort. The money people save by staying in Ft Lauderdale vacation rentals is money they can use for activities and outings during their trip.

Fun Things to Do

Ft. Lauderdale is home to several family play and recreation places. Families with older children might want to check out Boomer's, an amusement park that offers go-karts and bumper boats, as well as activities such as mini-golf and laser tag. There's also an arcade with video games and games, such as skeeball. The park is open seven days a week, year round.
Families with children under the age of 12 should check out Funderdome when staying in nearby Ft Lauderdale vacation rentals. Funderdome is an indoor fun center with attractions, such as a vertical obstacle course, spiral slide, and a ropes course that's 22-feet above the ground. The center also has a special area just for toddlers. The toddler zone includes padding on the walls and floor, plus puzzles built into the walls. A cafe area sells snacks and light meals, such as pizza, and offers free Wi-Fi - making it a great place for families of all shapes and sizes to enjoy for an afternoon.

Fun (Educational) Things to Do

When staying in Ft Lauderdale rentals, families also have the opportunity to check educational, but still pretty fun, places, like The Flamingo Gardens. It is the oldest botanical garden in Southern Florida, and is home to the Everglades Sanctuary and the Wray Botanical Garden Collection. A number of rare or unique to Florida species call the Sanctuary home, including flamingos, alligators, and otters. The garden is open year-round, seven days a week.
Butterfly World, in Coconut Creek, is the largest butterfly farm in the world. The farm has between 50 and 150 species of butterfly throughout the year. There are usually more than 20,000 butterflies living on the farm at any one time. The area is mostly outdoors and is open year-round.

Places to Eat

Although parents can prepare meals in their vacation rentals, Fort Lauderdale is home ...

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