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Situated amid 16,000 acres of stunning scenery and hushed seclusion in Central Florida, Streamsong is a one-of-a-kind golf destination created in complete harmony with its natural surroundings. The uniqueness is immediately unveiled from the very moment you arrive and the memories you make here will surely last a lifetime. A quiet place far from the concrete, crowds, and chaos. Here you will experience the only place in the world with Coore/Crenshaw, Doak, and Hanse designed courses all in the Top 100 in the U.S. along with a modern lakeside lodge offering spacious, luxurious accommodations, outstanding dining, a relaxing spa, and an array of exhilarating outdoor adventures unmatched in Florida. It’s just you, your friends, and the game you love.
Located in the southeastern USA with coastlines on both the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico, sunny Florida is home to plenty of surprises. Visit perennial Florida favorites such as beaches and theme parks – then go beyond them to discover natural treasures, first-rate cultural attractions and hidden gems.
Orlando Offers Disney & Family Fun
Millions of visitors make their way to Orlando, Florida, each year to experience the rides and attractions at Disney World, Universal Studios and SeaWorld. These parks offer classic attractions including Disney World’s Big Thunder Mountain Railroad and Universal’s The Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man. You can also head to Disney Springs, formerly known as Downtown Disney, for dining, shopping, and entertainment, without paying park admission fees.
Orlando has much to offer beyond traditional theme parks, including many new experiences around International Drive (I-Drive), a short distance from Universal Studios. WonderWorks features more than 100 interactive exhibits, a ropes course and a 6-D motion ride, while The World of Chocolate Museum provides a history of chocolate-making and offers freshly made chocolates for sale.
More attractions are just a short drive from the major theme parks. Discover The Orlando Eye, a 122-meter-high Ferris wheel and the largest observation wheel in the region; Gatorland, a 44.5-hectare theme park and wildlife preserve that’s billed as the “Alligator Capital of the World;” and the Harry P. Leu Gardens in Winter Park, a semi-tropical garden encompassing nearly 20 hectares of landscaped grounds and lakes that’s about a 20-minute drive from Orlando.
Award-winning beaches and diverse culture from coast to coast!