Fun Things to Do
Known as the oldest city in the US, this idyllic Florida destination offers fun things to do with amazing Spanish architecture, beautiful sandy beaches, and a host of exciting attractions. In addition to the endless Florida sunshine, visitors to St. Augustine will delight in soaking up the history and culture of this gem. Here are three of the best things to do when visiting this tropical paradise.
Billed as Florida’s best escape room, this venue will be fun for the entire family. At Escape U, groups will work together to solve puzzles and riddles and figure out a way out of a themed room. You can customize your experience by choosing your own adventure. Conveniently located just five minutes from beautiful downtown St. Augustine, it is easy to work in an adventure to Escape U into your travel itinerary. Be sure to make your reservations in advance as this popular destination is often booked up far in advance.
St. Augustine boasts an amazing array of world-class golf courses, making this area a prime golfing destination. St. Johns Golf and Country Club is a favorite with its fantastic layout and well-maintained greens. Or you can try the upscale King and the Bear at World Golf Village, designed by Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer. Be sure to practice good safety skills when operating the golf cart so that your visit is not marred by a trip to the doctor. If you use a golf cart, don’t be fooled by its maneuverability and low speeds. You should still be careful, as the injuries sustained from golf cart accidents can be quite severe, according to Hughey Law Firm.
Castillo de San Marcos National Monument
As the oldest and largest masonry fort in the US according to Abandoned Spaces, this historic site is conveniently located on the western shore of Matanzas Bay. Visitors to the monument are able to explore over 340 years of US history. This includes a reconstructed section of the walled defense line surrounding St. Augustine. Kids will delight in the opportunity to become a junior park ranger and learn more about the history and significance of this site. The monument and 20 acres of grounds are maintained by the National Park Service.
You and your family will create lasting memories during your time in this scenic Florida city. With activities and events for every age group, it is easy to see why so many families choose St. Augustine as their favorite vacation destination. If you’re looking to visit St. Augustine anytime soon, be sure to check out our house and condo rentals so you can find the perfect place for your stay!
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