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Have you just completed a move this summer with your Orlando Movers? The last bash of the summer is right around the corner, so why not start making plans for Labor Day?

While travel experts predict that more than 34 million people will be traveling this Labor Day 2013, here are ideas to explore your new hometown of Orlando without spending a lot of money.


Lake Eola

Offering breathtaking views, Lake Eola is truly the center of Downtown Orlando. The Lake Eola Park offers plenty of space for picnics, walking, running, bicycling, and other family activities. While you are there, enjoy the majestic fountain and graceful swan boats.


Old Town in Kissimmee

Grab a ride on the ferris wheel and enjoy this shopping, dining, and entertainment attraction that appeals to all ages. From bumper cars to zip lines and ropes courses, Old Town will provide a full day of activity for any family looking to enjoy the long holiday weekend together.


Downtown Disney

If you don’t mind the crowds, Downtown Disney has free parking and admission. This year the Great Irish Hooley comes to Downtown Disney. This unique venue features six Irish bands, authentic Irish food, and live entertainment. Downtown Disney is a great place that appeals to family members of all ages. The restaurants, shopping, and entertainment along the waterfront are all enjoyable during the day or night.


Kayaking at Blackwater Lake

If you’re looking for a high quality kayaking adventure, be sure to visit Blackwater Lake. The cypress trees offer some shade to the 2-3 hour excursion where no experience is necessary. Be sure to bring the family to see the flora and fauna of Central Florida. What a great way to see Florida’s natural side!


There are endless opportunities for family fun this Labor Day 2013 in Orlando, Florida. Take a break from unpacking boxes and arranging furniture and head out with the family for some much deserved fun.

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