The print edition of this book runs to 300 pages. It's a guide to the 18 counties that make up Central Florida, including the frenetic parts overrun with concrete and kids paid minimum wage to swelter inside animal costumes. But vast tracts of Central Florida have been set aside for adventurers and for the flora and fauna that have been here for eons. The book shows you where to explore wildlife refuges and forests, pristine canoe trails and some of the Southeast's best dive sites. Paddle a river, spank a golf ball, pedal a path or hike a historic trail - it's all here. Includes The Magic Kingdom and Orlando; Daytona Beach and the Kennedy Space Center; Vero Beach, Ft. Pierce and Lake Okeechobee; Kissimmee, St. Cloud, Lakeland; Ocala, Silver Springs; Crystal River, Homosassa Springs; Cedar Key; Tampa, St. Petersburg and the Gulf Beaches. This guide explores all of the tourist attractions of Florida and Orlando, from the obvious - Disney World - to the parts you never knew existed. Also included is all of the information necessary for a visitor to the area, such as accommodation and restaurants. "If you want to taste the real Florida, this is your guidebook. It provides all of the information you need to plan an attack on the great outdoors. Paddle a river, pedal a path or hike a historic trail for days if you have the fortitude and camp under the stars along the way. Go for a ride in a glider, bi-plane or seaplane; zip along a pristine river in an airboat, or waterski with some of the world's greatest acrobats. You can explore wildlife refuges and forests, canoe trails and several of the Southeast's best dive sites. It's all here in this guide to central Florida's natural wonders."
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