School and sports go hand-in-hand. Most communities have many different types of leagues. Baseball, football, soccer, basketball and soccer are just some of the leagues offered in the Tampa Bay area.
Although baseball season ends for the pros in September, Little League is just starting. After having such a long break from playing baseball, Little Leaguers might want to practice their batting skills in one of the many batting cages scattered throughout Tampa Bay.
Beat the summer heat by going indoors. Laser tag, arcade games, trampolines and rock climbing are just a few of the fun ways to spend a hot Florida day indoors and out of the heat.
A petting zoo is a great way to introduce children to farm animals. Take your kids to one of these Bay-area spots for some fun.
Fresh fruits and vegetables always seem to taste better when picked right off the plant.
Boys and girls love to dance. Watch any young child when music comes on and see how they move to the music. Enrolling a child in a dance class would let them more fully explore their dancing talents.
Father’s Day is Sunday, June 15, 2014. Museums, restaurants, zoos and parks all offer something special for dads on this special day. Spend some quality time with dad this Father’s Day by visiting any or all of the five places listed in this article.
From museums to amusement parks and everything in between, there is something for everyone in the Tampa Bay area to enjoy in the summer. For the young and the young at heart, the Tampa area offers activities to please the masses.
Busch Gardens is one of the most popular amusement parks in the Tampa Bay area. Here is your all-inclusive guide to a fun visit.
Memorial Day is a day to remember the sacrifices made by the members of our armed forces. Ceremonies honoring our military members, picnics, BBQs, music and more are just a handful of the ways to enjoy Memorial Day in the Tampa Bay area.