Don’t forget to pay a visit to “Old Town” where you can eat, shop and ride. Unique in style you
really will meet some great folks here. Old Town hosts a drive through “Car Cruise” through the streets on
Saturday evenings, where you will see a vast array of unique, old and feature cars of all sizes. Car cruise
for Motor Bikes is Fridays. Off the Highway 192 you can Eat, Shop, Ride and visit a whole host of unusual and
traditional candy stores and shops.
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Visit Celebration with its New England architecture, tranquil conservation setting and wonderful
lakes. Take a leisurely stroll and try a bit of gator spotting in the mirror calm waters before ambling
around the array of exclusive shops and restaurants. Celebration is also home to a cinema and an amazing Ice
Cream Shop, something for everyone, every day of the week. Pop into the hotel…. treat yourself to a
“Mudslide” then relax on the rockers around the lake.
Tenoroc a former Phosphate mine (Coronet spelled backwards) now reclaimed as a fish and wildlife
conservation area, is well worth a visit if you want to see the flora and fauna up close and personal.
Numerous secluded lakes and trails give the visitor a glimpse of what Florida was like for the early pioneers
though now picnic areas and restrooms make life a lot easier. Tenoroc is a great place to see gators (if you
aint seen one, you aint lookin’), snakes and all sorts of insects truly in the wild. Fishing permits can be
had at $3 per day and the fishing here is reported to be very good. The site is located two miles northeast
of Lakeland, south of I-4 between Tampa and Orlando and bisected by S.R. 659. Visitors can reach Tenoroc off
I-4 at Exit 38, or north off U.S. 92, east of Lakeland onto Combee Road (S.R. 659) and turning east when
reaching Tenoroc Mine