Central Florida NatureFest 2012 Offers Something For Everyone On A Central Florida Vacation

Registration is now open for Central Florida NatureFest 2012, a festival highlighting the diverse natural attractions and activities available in Polk County, FL. From October 4 - 7, those on a Central Florida vacation can explore the area on excursions led by expert guides.

Online PR News – 12-September-2012 – AUBURNDALE, FL – Visit Central Florida and Polk County’s Environmental Lands and Natural Resources division have again partnered to host Central Florida NatureFest, a four-day festival showcasing the natural beauty of Polk County's great outdoors.

Central Florida NatureFest, October 4 – 7, 2012, offers something for everyone; including birding, hiking, kayaking, butterfly and wildflower viewing, nature photography, star gazing, swamp buggy rides, air boat tours and exclusive behind-the-scenes access to some of Polk County’s most pristine parks and natural lands. Participants will create an exclusive nature experience for themselves by hand selecting the field trip excursions they desire; all led by wildlife experts. Festival registration is $20 per person, plus the additional fees for selected excursions. Included in the registration fee is a Central Florida NatureFest 2012 T-shirt, water bottle and drawstring bag. See the full schedule of activities at www.visitcentralflorida.org/nature-fest#day=0 target="_blank" class="highlight_link">http://www.visitcentralflorida.org/nature-fest#day=0>.

Festival attendees may augment their outdoor experience by staying at one of the many campgrounds or RV parks in Central Florida.

This four day event offers locals and visitors on a Central Florida vacation a unique way to experience the natural beauty found throughout the region. With 554 lakes and 37 nature preserves and parks that encompass more than 25,000 acres, Central Florida's Polk County is home to an extensive range of wildlife and plant life.

Circle B-Bar Reserve is one of the area’s most beloved parks, with excellent trails for bird watching and wildlife viewing and is also home to The Polk Nature Discovery Center; an interactive visitor center showcasing Polk County’s natural attractions. Kids love climbing the life-sized oak tree replica housed inside. To learn more about all the fun things to do in Central Florida's Polk County, go to www.VisitCentralFlorida.org target="_blank" class="highlight_link">http://www.VisitCentralFlorida.org to request a free vacation guide.

About Visit Central Florida:Visit Central Florida is the official destination marketing organization for Polk County, Florida, and specializes in helping visitors plan a fun-filled Central Florida vacation.

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