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AUG 2018

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⎜ ConventionSouth ⎜ 2 0 1 8 / 2 0 1 9 M E E T I N G S I T E S G U I D E w w w . c o n v e n t i o n s o u t h . c o m 24 City Map Location Page A B C D E F G H I 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Amelia Island ........................... H2 ............. 26 Boca Grande ...........................G7 ............. 26 Bradenton ................................ F6 ............. 26 Brooksville ............................... F5 ............. 26 Central Florida ......................... H6 ............. 26 Cocoa Beach ........................... H4 ............. 26 Coral Gables .............................I8 ............. 26 Crystal River ............................ F4 ............. 26 Daytona Beach ........................ H3 ............. 26 Destin ...................................... B2 ............. 27 Florida Keys Islamorada ......................... H9 ............. 28 Key Largo.............................I8 ............. 28 Key West............................G9 ............. 28 Fort Lauderdale .........................I7 ............. 28 Fort Myers/Sanibel Area Captiva Island ....................G7 ............. 28 Fort Myers ..........................G7 ............. 29 Groveland ................................G4 ............. 29 Hollywood ..................................I7 ............. 29 Jacksonville .............................G2 ............. 30 Jensen Beach ............................I6 ............. 30 Lake Buena Vista ....................G4 ............. 31 Lakeland ..................................G5 ............. 31 Longboat Key .......................... F6 ............. 31 Miami .........................................I8 ............. 31 Miami Beach ..............................I8 ............. 32 Naples/Marco Island ................G7 ............. 32 Navarre .................................... B2 ............. 32 Ocala .......................................G3 ............. 34 Orlando .................................... H4 ............. 34 Palm Beach County...................I6 ............. 36 Panama City Beach................. C2 ............. 36 Pensacola ................................ A2 ............. 37 Pensacola Beach .................... A2 ............. 37 Ponte Vedra Beach ................. H3 ............. 37 Port Charlotte ..........................G6 ............. 37 Port St. Lucie .............................I5 ............. 37 Sarasota .................................. F6 ............. 38 Sebring ....................................G6 ............. 38 South Walton ........................... B2 ............. 38 St. Augustine ........................... H3 ............. 38 St. Augustine Beach ................ H3 ............. 38 St. Petersburg/Clearwater Area Clearwater Beach .............. F5 ....... 38, 40 St. Pete Beach ................... F5 ............. 40 Tallahassee ............................. E2 ............. 41 Tampa .....................................G5 ............. 41 World-Class Golf Florida's landscapes provide some of the most scenic places to golf in the United States. Golf aficionados can take in a game along the beach, on fairways framed with forested areas, or take a swing at a 9th hole bordering the Everglades. From pro-played courses such as Blue Monster near Miami or the Copperhead Course at Innisbrook Golf Resort, each offers its own challenges and character, adding extra fun for players who navigate the ponds and finger lakes of Florida courses along with those frustrating sand traps. However, players should be wary chipping near golf course ponds; alligators don't like to return balls! Natural Springs Florida is home to 700 natural fountains that range in size from tiny dribbles to the state's well-known springs such as Wakulla, Manatee and Silver. Groups can enjoy a variety of activi- ties, including swimming, snorkeling, diving, photography, canoeing, tubing or kayaking in cool waters that average 72 degrees. Silver Springs, centrally located between Orlando and Gainesville, and Wakulla Springs, located near the state capital of Tallahassee, offers glass- bottom boat tours. Many visitors rank Rainbow Springs near Dunnellon as the most beautiful of the state's 33 first-magnitude springs. n Florida Beaches, Sun & Fun! The Sunshine State is home to plenti- ful rivers and lakes, sparkling springs, and the unique sights and sounds of Everglades National Park. Groups will find a wide array of regional character across the state that varies from the laid-back atmosphere of Old Florida cities such as Naples and Sarasota to the metropolitan, international feel of Miami and Orlando; from the historic appeal of cities such as St. Augustine and Tallahassee to the beauty of the panhandle's Gulf Coast beaches. Whether enjoying a relaxing afternoon on the deck of a beachside crab or oyster shack, or dancing the night away at a club in Miami, visitors know that Florida delivers. Fishing off Islamorada Eagle Creek Golf Course Photos courtesy of Visit Florida

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