Category Archive: Kid Friendly

$1 Summer Movies in Southwest Florida

One dollar to see a movie in the theaters? Yes, please! We look forward to Regal theater’s Summer Movie Express each year at Gulf Coast Town Center and Bell Tower Shops (see all locations). It’s especially an affordable way to cool off in the summer and keep kids entertained while school is out. It’s also …

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Guide To Visiting Rotary Park In Cape Coral

Consisting of 97 acres, that includes mostly salt marsh, some upland and a lot of rock just under the surface, Rotary Park in Cape Coral is the result of funding from a grant from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection stipulating the area be preserved. The preserved area can not be developed (that is why it …

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KidsTek LEGO, Minecraft and Robotics Summer Camps Teach Kids About STEM

KidsTek Learning introduces kids to the principles and application of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Building working models they can see, touch, and experiment with, gives children a deeper understanding of these principles. KidsTek Learning’s goal is to instill a passion for learning and to cultivate a better understanding of how things work.  And what …

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The Shell Factory: An Iconic Southwest Florida Attraction

When it comes to Southwest Florida family friendly attractions the Shell Factory & Nature Park has always been a favorite. The Shell Factory and Nature Park is one of Florida’s most iconic tourist attractions. Over its 76 year history (opened in 1938), the Shell Factory has survived numerous challenges to stay in business, from the re-direction …

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A Weekend Getaway In New Smyrna Beach

Just an hour away from Orlando and 20 minutes south of Daytona New Smyrna beach feels very far away from these tourist traps. What I found most interesting and alluring about this quaint coastal town is how it brings together art, history, a laid back surfer beach atmosphere and an unspoiled natural paradise. I was …

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10 Fun Things to Do With Kids in Saint Augustine

St Augustine is the oldest city in the United Sates and was listed by National Geographic Traveler among the Top 20 “World’s Must See Places”.   Filled with history this town has lots of fun things to enjoy during a family vacation.  We recently visited St Augustine with my children who are six and nine …

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It’s Island Time At The Islander Resort: A Guy Harvey Outpost

Located in Isamorada the Islander Resort recently joined the expanding collection of  Guy Harvey Outpost properties after concluding a yearlong multi-million dollar renovation last year.  Renovations included upgrades and added amenities throughout both the main 114-unit oceanside property and the 25-unit bayside marina townhouse compound. The Islander is  a huge oceanfront property with more than 1,100 square …

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Matanzas on the Bay in Fort Myers Beach: Fresh Seafood With a View

Fort Myers Beach has lots of options when it comes to dining but few of them offer the beautiful view of the bay that you get at Matanzas on the Bay. Close to the beach yet far from the crowds Matanzas on the Bay is the perfect place for lunch with the family or friends, …

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ROBOTS-4-U Summer Camps Now Enrolling – Save 60%!

ROBOTS-4U Summer Camps in Tampa have excing camps where kids will learn about ROBOTICS, practice Dynamic Art and learn about and build BATTLE ROBOTS and DRONES. All of the camps include S.T.E.A.M. education: Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math! ROBOTS-4-U Summer Camps Now Enrolling – Where Fun, Thinking & Learning comes to Life! Find out …

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KidsTek Learning: Fun And Educational LEGO Camps in Fort Myers and Naples

When looking for camps for my kids this summer the most important thing for me was that the camp would provide a learning opportunity and be a fun and exciting experience for my little guy.  My 7 year old loves LEGOs and Star Wars so enrolling him in the Star Wars LEGO camp from KidsTek …

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