Florida will always be one of the top destinations for vacationing families in the United States. With its world-renowned amusements parks and gorgeous beaches, it’s not too hard to figure out why. One of the most fun and exciting places you can choose to visit, that’s quickly becoming one of the Sunshine State’s most popular locations, is Indian River County.
Indian River County offers a variety of lodging facilities, including hotels near Vero Beach FL and hotel rooms to accommodate anything from a couples getaway to an extended family vacation. There are so many different things to do in Indian River County, you probably won’t have time to experience it all on your first trip! Don’t worry, though, because with the number of lodging facilities available in the area you can plan another trip.
Since there are so many thing to do when staying at any of our wonderful lodging accommodations, here are a couple of our favorites you should consider checking out.
- Experience Unique Culture: When most people think of Florida, they think of the beach, and there’s certainly good reason for that, but the beach itself isn’t the only place worth visiting in Indian River County. If you’re looking to add a little bit of classy culture to your vacation trip, one place you should check out is the Vero Beach Museum of Art. Featuring five art galleries, two sculpture parks, the Museum Art School, an auditorium, a great hall, an art library, a museum store and a museum café, the Vero Beach Museum of Art is the largest cultural arts facility of its kind on Florida’s Treasure Coast. There are plenty of cool exhibits to check out and if you visit on the last Saturday of the month, admission is always free!
- Nature Fun for All Ages: There are so many beautiful, scenic places to visit while in Indian River County, the only trouble you’ll have is choosing which ones to visit. You’ll definitely want to check out the Environmental Learning Center where you can see and learn about the many marine lifeforms that reside in the region. As far as outdoor places to roam, be sure to check out places like the Captain Forster Hammock Preserve or Archie Carr National Wildlife Refuge.
- Fun In the Sun: Florida has more than 8,460 miles of tidal shoreline. Of course, if you’re coming to Florida, you’re likely going to want to spend some time in the sun on the beach. Wherever you go in Florida, you’re never more than 60 miles from the beach and Indian River County is no different. Indian River County has plenty of lodging facilities within walking distance of great beaches including the Golden Sands, Turtle Trail Beach, and the Sebastian Inlet State Park.
There are over 650 million long-distance summer trips made in the U.S. every year, on average. If you’re planning one to the Florida region, consider Indian River County for these and many more awesome reasons.