With cooler temperatures and fun-filled seasonal festivals, fall is one of the best seasons to be in Florida.
Epcot’s International Food and Wine Festival, Orlando
Floridians eagerly await the six weeks that Epcot has its International Food and Wine Festival, and with more than 30 unique global marketplaces for visitors to sip and nosh on delicacies from around the world, you can see why. Serious foodies will also enjoy participating in the culinary demonstrations, beverage seminars, and beverage boot camps offered by Disney. Another notable fall event at Disney is Magic Kingdom Park’s After Hours Boo Bash which is perfect for the little ones.
Scott’s Maze Adventures, Mount Dora
Located at Long & Scott Farms in Mount Dora, you’ll find an impressive themed maze on a vast 7-acre cornfield. Truly an authentic country atmosphere, the entire family will enjoy the hayrides pulled by a tractor around the farm. Adults can stock up on fresh veggies and homemade jams at their country food market while the kids slide down the 60-foot slide, jumping on the huge 40 X 67-foot pillow, and go fishing in the nearby pond.
Manatee Viewing, Multiple Locations
Fall in Florida marks the beginning of the prime season to see some of Florida’s most treasured gentle giants up close and personal. These 2,000-pound creatures retreat in Florida’s 70-degree waters during winter, making it a perfect time to introduce yourself to one of the most lovable endangered species in the Sunshine State. From November to March you can see manatees in their natural habitat at a handful of destinations around Florida, including the Tampa Electric Manatee Viewing Center, Blue Springs State Park, and Three Sisters Springs in Crystal River.
Credit to Trips to Discover website.