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  • Central Florida Vacation Getaway Not Just For Presidents

    With plenty of sunshine in the forecast and an array of activities to do, a Central Florida vacation getaway at Mission Inn Resort & Club means rest, relaxation and a remarkable setting.

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    Sunny Living Down South

    With annual highs of 82.4 degrees and average temperatures of 73.4, central Florida is an ideal setting to spend a holiday. Mission Inn offers all kinds of outdoor activities under these sunny skies.

    With elevation changes of over 85 feet and plenty of holes with water in play, El Campeón will challenge any golf enthusiast. The course was awarded #1 Top Florida Golf Course and #2 Top Course in the U.S. in 2015 by Golf Advisor. Golfers will also enjoy Las Colinas, one of the top 25 golf courses in Florida, which offers rolling hills and wide open fairways.

    The resort also offers a refreshing outdoor pool, superlative spa, tennis courts, trap and skeet shooting, and eco adventure trails.

    Make Memories in Mount Dora

    Did you know Mount Dora once hosted the visit of an American President?

    About 20 minutes from Mission Inn, Mount Dora is a charming town which features Florida’s most historic hotel, the Lakeside Inn. In 1930 President Calvin Coolidge stayed here when he visited Mount Dora for a month.

    The town, known for its quaint shops and eateries is also called “the festival city” and hosts many festival events each year. Here is a list of Mount Dora Festivals for 2018 including the highly popular show, Renninger’s Antique Extravaganza, coming up January 19-21, 2018. Antique enthusiasts gather in the 40,000 square foot facility for this spectacular indoor and outdoor show.

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    Food: Fresh is Always Featured

    Did you know Florida is the largest producer of citrus fruits in the United States?

    Every year massive numbers of oranges, grapefruit and tangerines are cultivated in Florida. Mission Inn Resort & Club is situated in Howey-in-the-Hills founded by William J. Howey, a highly successful entrepreneur in the citrus trade. Old orange groves still surround Mission Inn, and citrus is still a popular item in the resort’s kitchens. Four onsite restaurants welcome guests with a variety of fare and unique ambiance. Chefs are committed to preparing food with care and creativity using fresh ingredients.

    Fun Florida facts!: http://floridafacts.facts.co/funfloridafactsabout/floridafacts.php

    A stay at Mission Inn Resort & Club is a delightful central Florida vacation getaway where the sun shines over recreational and dining experiences that are second to none.

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