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4506 Ross Lanier Ln #2, Kissimmee, FL 34758

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Cities We Service In The Areas

Buenaventura Lakes, Hunters Creek, Intercession City, Southchase, Meadow Woods, Celebration, Vineland, St. Cloud, Lake Buena Vista, Poinciana

Zip Codes Of Cities

34741, 34743, 34744, 34746

Things To Do In Kissimmee, FL

Museum of Military History: The Museum of Military History pays tribute to those who have served the United States in warfare; its prime objective is to help visitors understand what is was like to be in the armed forces in times of conflict. It covers World Wars I and II, the American Civil War, the Korean and Vietnam wars, and the conflicts in the Gulf, Iraq, and Afghanistan. It has exhibits of military artifacts, including uniforms, weapons, and vehicles as well as plenty of photographs and oral and written accounts of time spent overseas serving the country. The museum is a new venture that opened in 2012 and is still growing; its exhibits are increasing as people donate funds and artifacts to the museum.

Lake Tohopekaliga: Lake Tohopekaliga, commonly known as Lake Toho, derives its name from the Seminole Indian word meaning “we shall gather here together.” Lake Toho is world renowned for the excellence of its bass fishing and many marinas line the shore of this huge (22,000-acre) lake. There is also a vast array of waterfowl here as well as gators and otters. On the north side of the lake, Lakefront Park has a scenic walking trail open to pedestrian traffic, chairs, sun loungers, barbecues, restrooms, and picnic shelters. It also has a children’s playground and a splash area for toddlers and preschoolers.

Boggy Creek Airboat Rides: Boggy Creek Airboat Rides in Kissimmee, Florida, brings visitors into the cypress-filled wetlands and swamps that mark the headwaters of the Everglades. On seventeen-passenger U.S. Coast Guard approved airboats, the excursions allow riders a view of native Florida alligators, turtles, and an astonishing variety of bird life. Boggy Creek Airboat Rides offers half-hour and hour-long day trips, sunset tours, and 45-minute long nighttime voyages that guarantee alligator sightings. At their boat launch on Southport Road visitors may dine at the new BBQ restaurant, have a close-up look at reptiles in the gator enclosure, and walk through an informative Native American village that demonstrates how early Americans hunted, cooked, and lived.

Extreme Jet Ski of Orlando: Extreme Jet Ski of Orlando is actually located on the shores of a large lake in Kissimmee, Florida. This company is renowned for its excellent jet ski rentals and friendly instruction. The company rents out Yamaha, Seadoo, and Honda jet skis; all of them are extremely fast, but the large lake gives riders plenty of room to accelerate safely. Riders will be thrilled by the speed with which they can zoom across the surface of the large, calm lake. Extreme Jet Ski also rents out paddle boats, fishing boats, kayaks, and fishing equipment for use on the lake. Fuel is free, and the friendly staff will make sure that every visitor has a wonderful experience.

Old Town: No visit to Kissimmee is complete without spending some time in Old Town, a popular entertainment district in the city. This beloved attraction is a throwback to the city’s yesteryears, when lines were shorter, crowds a bit smaller, and fun a little bit simpler than it is now. The best way to enjoy Old Town is on foot, as the entertainment district features 18 lovely acres of tree-lined brick paths, boutique shops, family-owned restaurants, as well as some of the more mainstream establishments. In the evenings, visitors can also enjoy car shows like the Friday Nite Muscle Car Cruise or stop by small scale theme parks with great rides for older and younger generations to enjoy together.