Discover Fort Lauderdale

Attractions

The Fort Lauderdale area, in Florida, is a safe and quiet place offering tons of services and social and cultural activities. Picture yourself sailing down beautiful channels stretching from the Everglades to the Atlantic Ocean, discovering the rich sea life and gazing at luxurious houses.

The Fort Lauderdale area, in Florida, is a safe and quiet place offering tons of services and social and cultural activities. Picture yourself sailing down beautiful channels stretching from the Everglades to the Atlantic Ocean, discovering the rich sea life and gazing at luxurious houses.

With over 3,000 hours of sunshine every year and comfortable winter temperatures ranging from the 50s to the 80s, this is the perfect place for a second home where you can indulge in the dolce vita.

Aztec RV Resort is located near I-95.There are tons of things to do, most of them within a 15-minutes’ drive:

  • Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport
  • Over 15 tournament-caliber golf courses
  • Several shopping malls, including the Sawgrass Mills Mega-Mall
  • Over eight beaches, each with its own character
  • A brand new Casino
  • Restaurants, shops, and all health services
  • Nature activities and deep-water fishing expeditions
  • Beautiful diving sites with over 100 shipwrecks and a coral reef
  • Major league sports (Florida Panthers, Miami Dolphins, Miami Heat, Florida Marlins)
  • And the magnificent Fort Lauderdale Harbor, which serves as a departure point for multiple cruises to the Caribbean and other destinations.
 

Everglades Holiday Park

Are you ready to live an unforgettable experience? Spend a day at Everglades Holiday Park and discover an ever terrifying yet intriguing animal: the alligator. At this park, you will have the opportunity to explore miles of wetlands on a comfortable airboat equipped with a covered passenger compartment, which helps you avoid burning in the sun! After a great tour on the water, get back to the land and hang around to see the famous Gator Boys Alligator rescue team in action! In addition to giving you a great show, you will also learn all there is to know about preserving the alligator’s home: the wetlands.

 
 

Intercoastal Waterway

Stretching from the United States’ Atlantic to the Gulf coasts, Intercoastal Waterway was built in order to facilitate the passage of ships from one place to the other. In addition to providing a safe way to travel, Intercoastal Waterway also offers great views on the city. Referred to as the “Venice in America,” this series of canals enables you to explore Fort Lauderdale’s beautiful scenery. From luxury houses to yachts, you will be amazed by the view all long the boat ride.

You do not enjoy particularly traveling on water? You can also enjoy Intercoastal Waterway from the ground. Sit and enjoy the view from one of the many fine cuisine restaurants that can be found along the city’s waterfront.

 
 

Las Olas Boulevard

Las Olas boulevard is a combination of international art galleries, unique architecture, designer shops and original dining options. Walk by the twinkling lights every night and enjoy a cool breeze while you try to find the perfect gift or enjoy a drink on a beautiful terrace.

 

Hugh Taylor Birch State Park

If you are looking for a place to relax and enjoy nature’s gifts, Hugh Taylor Birch State Park is the place for you. With its many picnic areas overlooking the channel, you will be able to sit down and enjoy some delicacies with a great view. After lunch, rest in one of the many hammocks available on site. If you are up for a little excursion, grab a canoe and paddle along a freshwater lagoon or take a chance at fishing from the seawall and see what you can catch. Nature lovers, put on your shoes and walk along two trails in order to discover local plants and wildlife. Did you know that you can also skate or bicycle along the paved road? Finally, learn more about local culture by visiting the Terramar Visitor Center!

 

Lauderdale Marina

A visit to Fort Lauderdale would not be complete if you did not stop by the most famous nautical landmark of Fort Lauderdale: the Lauderdale Marina. In addition to admiring great views, you can taste the freshest seafood there is at 15th Street Fisheries. Watch the sun go down as you walk along the waterfront or savour fine food in a restaurant near the water.

 

Fishing Headquarters

Whether you are an experienced fisherman or always just wanted to try it out, you will have fun at Fishing headquarters. In fact, captain Paul Roydhouse, who has been fishing for 47 years in the area, will make sure to help you catch the best fish, no matter the weather conditions. With his great experience, you could catch all kinds of fish, such as Kingfish, Tuna, Wahoo, Sailfish and so much more! At Fishing headquarters, you can choose among many options depending on how much time you want to spend on the water or what type of fish you are trying to catch. For example, the 85 feet party fishing boat “Catch My Drift party boat” leaves three times a day and offers you a wonderful experience at a very affordable price: only $40/person. No matter the trip you chose, you just have to bring your snacks and drinks. We take care of everything else!

Learn more about the different options available at Fishing Headquarters.