Come to me, all who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. – Matthew 11:28
It’s time for summer vacations! June is when the kids are out of school, and the vacation season begins. There is no end to the fun available in Central Florida. If you’re looking for some fun this summer, see our suggestions below along with tips to make your vacation or staycation a time of fun and refreshment. Visit The Urban Dog Group website at https://www.urbandogrealestate.com/ for details and more!
What to Pack: The temperature in Orlando is usually hot with highs in the 90’s and lows around 70. It’s also when the rainy season starts, so bring the shorts, T-shirts, and swimsuits but also pack a light jacket and umbrella for the afternoon showers. Comfortable walking shoes are a must when hitting the attractions. Check our detailed list on this recent blog post.
What to See: Check out some new and favorite entertainment options, whether you’re a local or tourist.
Athens By Night – Tarpon Springs: Enjoy dining, dancing, and shopping in this beautiful, historic, Greek community.
Bite 30 – Orlando: Orlando’s “Restaurant Week” is now a two-month pop-up restaurant where you can get a multi-course meal for $30.
Sunset Walk Entertainment – Kissimmee: Includes the Promenade Plaza, Island H2O Live, and Margaritaville Resort.
Bush Gardens Summer Nights – Tampa: Extended hours with live entertainment and fireworks.
Kennedy Space Center Launches & Events – Merritt Island: There are 2 scheduled launches for June, but don’t miss the visitor complex and other events.
Taste of Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival – Disney World: Attend a springtime event abloom with brilliant gardens, fresh flavors, lively entertainment and more through July 5th.
Life’s a Beach: Florida is known for beautiful beaches and many of them are dog-friendly! Make sure everyone has a great time by scooping the pooping. Find more information at BringFido.com or WagWalking.com.
Palm Coast and Flagler Beaches have miles of pet-friendly beach area, and some that is a no dog zone. Check here to find your perfect spot.
Cocoa Beach, Canova Beach, and New Smyrna Beach have features including dog washes, grassy areas, and pet-friendly camping. Check here for details.
Baldwin Park in Orlando is perfect when you can’t make it to the ocean. This dog park and beach is the City of Orlando’s ONLY off-leash park. Hours and details here.
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