Comfort Inn & Suites Maingate South
4095 Hotel Drive
Davenport, FL 33897
Phone: (863) 353-4510
Fax: (863) 353-4511
The St. Mark's Episcopal Church is a historic church located in Haines City, Florida. The church was built in 1890 and displays major Gothic Revival and Carpenter Gothic style architectural influences. The gable roof church also features a gabled porch. The church building was included to the list of National Register of Historic Places in 1994.
This multi-million dollar sports complex sprawling across 200 acres can host more than 30 different types of sports, from aerobics to wrestling. It has hosted a broad spectrum of athletes, ranging from youth league competitors to leisure-time amateurs, seniors to college teams and professionals. The spring training home of the Atlanta Braves, this multi-purpose complex even has a Speedway for auto-racing. You can test your endurance at the Multi-Sports Experience facility and then head for the All-Star Cafe where you'll find memorabilia, an interactive game room and delicious food.
Waldo Wright’s Flying Service is located a short distance southwest of Orlando in nearby Polk City. Choose from a nice selection of vintage biplane experiences such as a 1930s barnstorming ride in a New Standard D-25, or a 1940s World War II Adventure that puts you behind the controls of a Boeing Stearman PT-17/N2S3. The first package can accompany up to four passengers in the spacious open-front cockpit area and includes about 15 minutes of flight time. The second package includes complete training for a 30-minute journey that includes numerous maneuvers and tricks. Waldo Wright’s Flying Service provides adventures in the sky.
Scary isn't just for Halloween anymore. Legends: A Haunting at Old Town will get your heart racing any time of year. The attention to detail and quality production will make you feel like you've entered another world. Costumed actors, great special effects, and spooky surroundings make this stop a must-see for anyone looking for a thrill.
Join a handsome prince and his pet dragon on their journey through Chocolate Kingdom. Bring your kids to experience this extremely fun and educational tour that includes a trip through a Cacao Tree Greenhouse, a Chocolate Museum and a Chocolate river and factory. The youngsters will surely be delighted by the interactive tour and they'll even be able to create their own chocolate bar!
Explore all the excitement that Kissimee has to offer at Old Town. This impressive entertainment complex boasts more than 70 specialty shops, a wide range of affordable dining options and more. Kids will have a blast exploring the many activities at Old Town, including amusement park rides such as the bumper cars and Ferris wheel.
More than a zoo, Disney's Animal Kingdom has rides, shows, and safaris to truly live in the world of the animals. See roaming wild animals on Kilimanjaro Safari or pet goats, llamas, and pigs at the Affection Section. Or take a rest and catch one of Animal Kingdom's many shows, from the 3-D 'It's Tough to be a Bug'—where you can experience life from a bug's point of view, to the live action, 'Pocahontas and her Forest Friends'. With rides like the rollercoaster Expedition Everest and the TriceraTop Spin, all members of the family are sure to have a full day of fun.
Fantasy Surf, an indoor water complex located inside the Fantasy World Resort in Kissimmee, is minutes away from Orlando and all of the local attractions. The facilities provide a surfing and wakeboarding experience for those who might not be able to go out and do the real thing. Water enthusiasts of all ages and skill levels can experience the thrill of riding the waves in this safe and controlled environment. The three-inch sheet of water provides the right conditions for surfing and the padded walls, floors and beach areas keep you safe. All you need to bring is a bathing suit. Fantasy Surf also features an on-site cafe and surf shop. -Diane Dilov-Schultheis
Indy Racing Experience is situated right next to Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom, just a few miles south of Orlando. Did you ever wonder what it would feel like to race in a genuine Indy race? Well, this is your chance to experience it first hand. Get behind the wheel of an actual IndyCar Series car at the Disney speedway and try your luck on the 1-mile tri-oval for eight laps, or leave the driving to a true professional Indy Racing League driver and ride shotgun for three laps around the track. Indy Racing Experience is open 350 days of the year, from 16:00 until dusk. -Diane Dilov-Schultheis
Boatwright's Dining Hall is located in Walt Disney World's Port Orleans Resort next to the main lobby. With all of the creative workmanship found here, it will seem like you've stepped inside an actual boat factory. There is a massive ship hull overhead and numerous other marine artifacts spread throughout. They offer all of the Cajun-inspired customary dishes, along with numerous American classics for breakfast and dinner. The desserts include scrumptious French pastries. Boatwright's Dining Hall is a fun place for the whole family to enjoy a home-cooked southern feast. The atmosphere is laid back, and you can enjoy a variety of alcoholic and non-alcoholic specialty drinks as well. - Diane Dilov-Schultheis
If car racing is on your agenda, this is the place to be. Founded by ex-Nascar champ, Richard Petty along with his Australian friend Barry Graham, Richard Petty Driving Experience (RPDE), designed to simulate Nascar racing provides high end sports entertainment. With 20 locations in the US, RPDE is the first choice for many who would love to hit high speeds, the safe way. RPDE has many individual and group programs. With 4 choices of Ride-along, Rookie Experience, Kings Experience and Experience of a Lifetime, it covers all skill levels. Do reserve in advance!
Need to cool off? Look no further than Disney's Blizzard Beach, a water park inspired by snow and winter sports. At the heart of the park is Mount Gushmore, which plays host to numerous chutes and slides—including the Summit Plummet, the world's largest and fastest free-fall body slide. There are attractions for all ages with Tike's Peak, a water play area for young children and Ski Patrol Training Camp, an area designed for pre-teens. Relax while floating down a tube on Cross Country Creek or take a dip in the pool of Melt-Away Bay. If you like water, you'll love Disney's Blizzard Beach.