Orlando locals enjoy outdoor activities year-round; it’s just one of the causes so many northerners come to Orlando to avoid the cold grip of winter. Hiking season never really stops, it just gets warmer and muggier. When that occurs, many of us visit one of the local springs – Rock Springs at beautiful Kelly Park is an excellent one for beginners. Wonderful hiking trails and a pale, blue-green cleft that’s crisp, rife and cool for a dull float downstream. You may even want to visit nearby Mount Dora for a little antiquing, as well. The pros at Paddleboard Orlando are masters when it comes to beginner exercise, and their trips might lead you over one of our beautiful urban lakes, through mansion-lined waterways or into clear blue water where the manatees do their marine grazing.  Whether you dig zip wall in our subtropical covers or just experiencing the sunset on a vast, idyllic lake, Orlando has more than enough outdoor hunts to provide hardcore athletes, folks or average-Joe joggers who just prefer scarfing their donuts out in the fresh air on the event.

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Kelly Park
Sink your toes into the headwaters of Rock Springs Run, a true Floridian haven amid Kelly Park’s lush, green scenery and directly the oppressive subtropical climate is substituted by goosebumps and a little chill. Watercourses into this natural spring from a cleft at the rear, a brisk 68 degrees and if you’re blessed enough to have space to yourself and the sun is just accurate. In places, the water here is an appalling beautiful crystal blue. Kelly Park has camping and hiking and a swimming space at the end of the creek’s run, but the No. 1 exercise here is a lazy, winding float trip. Bring your own tube or borrow one from plenty of vendors outside the place.

Orlando Urban Bike Trail
Sure, the Orlando area holds miles of off-road tracks, but it’s got it’s a good share of concrete paths, as well. The Urban Bike Trail – an easy treadle goes from Ivanhoe Village, walking amid scenery that combines old-school Florida urban with verdant, park-like surroundings to Mead Botanical Garden in Winter Park. The track, which is open to hikers and joggers, as well, runs with an old rail route previously called the “Dinky Line” and takes riders through urban lakes with wildlife-viewing possibilities with rights to stop at one of Loch Haven Park’s art- or science venues for a social immersion. Great activity and a whole different way to see the city.

Orlando Watersports Complex
Paddleboarding, wakeboarding, and the area’s very original Aquapark – a wonderland of bouncy, swimming inflatables on which to play and climb are all on the cover at the Orlando Watersports Complex. Schoolings in every method are available. Wakeboarding, waterskiing, and snowboarding are potentially high-adrenaline and an enticing way to spend time in the Florida sun, while SUPing is more steady and relaxing. It’s a win-win choice, either way, and guests of all ages will experience the bounce and color of the Aquapark.

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