Lakeland - Winter Haven Vacation Packages
Tallahassee, the state capital, is located 240 miles (386 kilometers) to the northwest of Lakeland - Winter Haven, while Tampa is 45 miles (72 kilometers) to the west.
Get active in the outdoors by taking time out to explore the area’s protected preserves, such as Lake Kissimmee State Park and Sanlan Bird and Wildlife Sanctuary. Take a walk and go birdwatching, then stop for a picnic in the preserves’ pristine environs.
Visitors interested in Lakeland - Winter Haven’s natural history, take out a few hours to see the Dinosaur World Museum. View the samples of flora and fauna on display as you make your way through the collection’s hallways.
Whether you are looking to escape for a while, sit in the shade or enjoy the gentle lapping of water the local lake known as Lake Mirror is a great place to visit. Glistening with its own unique beauty this serene place is a great place to relax and enjoy the local birdsong.
Get a taste of local history with a visit to the Polk County Historical Museum, one of the more popular history museums. Walk along the museum’s peaceful corridors and browse the centuries-old exhibits on display.
To get inspired, go and see the Polk Museum of Art, one of the most remarkable museums in Lakeland - Winter Haven. If you are an art enthusiast or a collector, head here to spend time and learn more about the history of art.
Accommodation in Lakeland - Winter Haven
With 44 different Lakeland - Winter Haven hotels listed on Expedia's lodging guide, you will have the opportunity to choose a Lakeland - Winter Haven hotel that offers the best amenities.
Hampton Inn Winter Haven at 202 Cypress Gardens Blvd, and the Westgate River Ranch Resort & Rodeo, at 3600 River Ranch Road are two excellent examples of the more exclusive accommodation options in Lakeland - Winter Haven. The Hampton Ste Lake Wales, and the Holiday Inn Express Lake Wales N-Winter Haven are another two upscale properties where a good night rest is assured.