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Alternative Orlando Vacation Ideas: Skip The Magic Kingdom and Still Have The Time of Your Life!

Posted by on May 9, 2012

alternative orlando vacation ideasWhen most American families and even families abroad think of Orlando vacation ideas, it is easy for them to imagine Disney World, Universal Studios and SeaWorld theme parks and amusement parks that are fun for all ages. Frankly, those are the main attractions, but these days many families are thinking about how they can have a vacation, celebrate a birthday or make a holiday/reunion unforgettable without breaking the bank. Budgets and spending caps are important to vacations, especially those away from home. So in order to enjoy a great theme park or alternative Orlando vacation and not run out of budgeted money halfway through or end up overspending trying to keep your kids happy, you can follow a few central Florida vacationer tips and tricks to giving your family a fun trip and going home with a little money left over.

There is so much more to do in Orlando and Central Florida. First of all there are countless lists in cyberspace about what your family can do that is either free or very inexpensive. There are very creative ideas out there such as an Ocala National Forest hike or camp out; visiting the Ponce Inlet Lighthouse, Daytona Beach, kayaking on the Wekiva River, visiting the McDonald’s touting the world largest play room for the kids. There are parks, wildlife, trails, rock climbing, sports, specialty gardens and dining experiences for the entire family to ooh and ahh over. But no one will completely avoid the theme parks forever, so when looking into the them, it is universally advised that you try bringing your own food, bringing a notebook or other small gift for your little ones to cut down on souvenirs and, as a family, select only two or three parks so that everyone will feel satisfied with their thorough adventure while avoided wasted tickets or money trying to see and do everything.

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