There are only a few more weeks of summer fun before school starts back again. Here are our 10 favorite things to do in South Florida before the summer ends!

    1. Plan a Beach Day: If there is one thing Florida doesn’t have a shortage of its beaches. Whether you want something family friendly or more of a late-night vibe, there are tons of beaches to choose from and visit in South Florida.
    2. Snorkel at Dry Tortugas National Park: If you love to snorkel, Dry Tortugas National Park offers 70 miles from Key West and the Florida Keys, and the shallow waters make snorkeling fun for everyone.
    3. Take a trip to Orlando and Visit an Amusement Park: Disney, Universal, SeaWorld, or Zoos – the possibilities are endless in Orlando. You can hit up multiple parks in a long weekend trip to Orlando. Whether you’re a roller coaster aficionado or want to see some behind-the-scenes movie magic, there is a park for everyone in Orlando.
    4. Rent a Boat: Stay local and rent a boat for the day. Enjoy the open waters with family and friends. Pack a lunch, and you can spend the whole day on the boat.
    5. Get Close to Wildlife at Lion Country Safari: Lion Country Safari has nearly 600 acres of natural area and is home to over 1,000 animals roaming in open, natural habitats. You can take a drive-through safari or even camp in their award-winning overnight campground.
    6. Enjoy the South Florida Botanical Gardens: Summer is a great time to visit the botanical gardens, and in South Florida, there are several to choose from.
    7. Splash Around at the Sun Splash Family Water Park: Visit the Sun Splash Water Park with 14+ acres of waterslides, a lazy river and kids’ water play areas.
    8. Cool Off in the Venetian Pool: Cool off the summer heat at the Venetian Pool aquatic facility. It’s one of the main tourist attractions for those visiting the3 city of Coral Gables.
    9. Visit the MDC Museum of Art and Design Southern Florida: There are several new exhibitions at the MDC Museum of Art and Design to see and several upcoming programs and events.
    10. Take That Last-Minute Summer Vacation: With tons of beaches and amusement parks, Florida is the best place to be this summer. Take your last-minute vacation and visit another great Florida city.