Suburban Extended Stay Hotel Orlando North
210 N. Oxford Road
Casselberry, FL 32707
Phone: (407) 265-7699
Fax: (407) 265-0291
210 N. Oxford Road , Casselberry, FL, US, 32707
- Téléphone : (407) 265-7699
- Télécopie : (407) 265-0291
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This course is another of the many quality golf courses that Lloyd Clifton has designed in Central Florida. This one offers both tight and expansive fairways for your tee shots. The greens tend to be quick. This is a nicely constructed country-club golf course. Any player is within proper limitations from the back tees, and there is no brutish difficulty to be found. The problems this course throws at you are more subtle. This is a semi-private golf course. Metal spikes are tolerated but not encouraged.
Although it may be a little out of the way for travelers staying on International Drive or at the theme parks, this climbing center is well worth the trip. Located off S.R. 434 in Longwood, it features over 6,500 square feet of climbing surfaces suitable for all ages. A giant warehouse, Aiguille (it means needle in French) is filled with multi-colored climbing surfaces shaped like arcs, cliffs, domes and plateaus. It also offers summer camps for kids, unique birthday party packages, climbing classes and even an opportunity to earn Boy Scout Merit Badges.
This wonderful private club dates from 1925. The very pretty golf course is an example of the subtle architecture common in the early 1900s. Rolling Hills has a sort of cumulative difficulty. There are lots of traps to avoid. The greens have lots of twists and turns, even on short putts. This course is short, so any player would be comfortable from the back tees. This is a private golf course. Only soft spikes are allowed.
Interlachen Golf Course boasts of important golf features, such as Par 72, Back Tees of 6893 yards, Middle Tees of 6446 yards and Forward Tees of 5143 yards. Interlachen is a very tight golf course, especially considering its length from the Back tees. The architect, Joe Lee, has a knack for putting sand and water in the most inconvenient places. So, this course is no exception and accuracy is the only key to conquering this layout. This is a private golf course. Soft spikes only.
Over the last 21 years, this animal-rehabilitation center has treated and released more than 7,000 birds of prey, including eagles, hawks, vultures and owls. To learn more about these creatures, come by for a visit to Audubon Center for Birds of Prey. Twenty-two species are on view, including the famous bald eagles. The animals here cannot be returned to the wild, mostly because of health reasons. The center also hosts an adopt-a-wild-bird program.
Winter Park Country Club is a very short, very easy public course. Usually in good shape for a public track, Winter Park Municipal offers golfers a relaxing round in an attractive setting. The par-5s measure 424 and 535 yards. The three par-3s are between 146 and 155 yards. Only one par-4 exceeds 300 yards. This is a public golf course. Metal spikes are tolerated but not encouraged. Check website for more details.
This is a typical par-3 layout. It is very open and has a vague links feel about it. The greens do have some slopes, which is unusual for this type course. Its holes are all reasonably short. This par-3 course also has lights for night play. This is a public golf course. Metal spikes are tolerated, but not encouraged.
The Hound Ground Park is located a few miles northeast of downtown Orlando in the beautiful town of Winter Springs. The park offers a place to take your four-legged friends for a good time and plenty of exercise, but two-legged visitors can have fun as well. The park offers a special "small dog" fenced-in area to allow the smallest of canines to feel free to run and play without being overwhelmed by larger dogs, and also offers acres of fields surrounded by fencing, shaded areas to get out of the heat of the summer, nice training spots and water facilities to keep your best friend cool on hot days.
Winter Pines Golf Course has a par of 67, Men's Tees of 5401 yards and slope 106 and Ladies' Tees of 4548 yards and slope 98. This Lloyd Clifton effort has some water, some sand and not much yardage. It is sort of an odd layout; the front nine has a par of 36, while the back nine has a par of 31. The lone par-5 is 472 yards long. The par-3s fall into two categories. Three of them are more than 200 yards. The other four are roughly 155 yards. The par-4s are all very short. This is a public golf course. Metal spikes are tolerated but not encouraged.
Dubsdread is a short, fairly easy public track. It's a good walking course at a bargain price. It is narrow, and there is some water. The greens are sloping and elevated. Two of the par-5s are very short, barely exceeding 400 yards. The par-3s are short as well, although one is guarded by a lake. One of the par-4s measures a scant 297 yards. Metal spikes are tolerated but not encouraged.
The Dive Station found northwest of downtown Orlando is a diver/instructor training center and retail sales store. Whether you are new to diving or looking for further certification, this is the place to go in Orlando to learn and become certified. Numerous PADI-certified dive classes are available for recreational, instructional and technical training in confined water and open water settings. The facility includes the Orlando area's only on-site dive pool and offers guided dive tours to a number of areas around the world. Choose from classes for basic or advanced open water dive certification or specialty dive courses, like deep diving, drift diving, wreck diving, night diving or rescue diving.- Diane Dilov-Schultheis
This is a soft golf course. There will be very little roll on any shot you hit. As with most Gary Player designs, this is target golf. Alaqua's tees and fairways are elevated. The average player should be playing from the Blue or Gold tees. The par-3s are short and exacting. Even from the most challenging tees, there aren't any overly long holes. This is a private golf course. Soft spikes only.