Once arriving in Central Florida there are so many free things to do here. One mat ask, what is for free? Below are several locations here.
This park has an amphitheater for shows and live entertainment. Walking around the whole park just looking at high risers and fantastic views of birds flying and turtles swimming. Parking is metered, however free parking is along Eola Drive on the east side of lake.
This facility is full of nature. The boardwalk is so peaceful and away from the hustle and bustle. Hungry? Bring your food and grill in one of many pavilions. Parking is free!
Live entertainment, dining and shopping to name a few. At dusk you can view nightly fireworks on the Magic Kingdom grounds.
Located in the heart of Winter Garden and you can feel the shift in the atmosphere and just has a plain cozy feeling. So peaceful with many businesses of eatery's shopping, a variety of organic foods and always live music. Parking is available in public garage.
Wekiva Island is located in Longwood, noted for its natural springs. Here you can walk around in the water, swim, canoe, kayak and paddle board for a nominal fee. Indoor and outdoor bars are located throughout the location. Cabana rentals are also available. No entrance fee.
Lakeridge Winery and Vineyards is located in Clermont has a wine tasting each day of the week. They provide and educate you on how wine is made. If you like to bicycle ride the Orlando Critical Mass is an open invitation cyclist's dream come true. Starting downtown Orlando Loch Haven Park to Noras Lake with the local streets shut down equivalent to eight miles for free.