3 Weird But Cool Florida Travel Destinations

When you think of Florida, chances are the first thing that comes to mind is alligators. The second thing might be the ocean. And the third is probably odd critters that probably don’t belong in the Everglades, but found their way there by way of hurricane. But there’s lots more to the state that many people haven’t heard of. If you just purchased a new RV and are looking for a great trip to enjoy with the family, check our these 3 weird but cool Florida travel destinations.


Monkey Jungle

monkey eating

Located in Miami, Florida, this unique attraction turns YOU into the zoo animal. As you tour this zoo you walk through caged pathways, while the monkeys hang out in the forest canopy that surrounds you. You’ll enjoy an up close view of monkeys playing in their habitat, which was established when a group of primate researchers brought monkeys to Florida decades ago.

The Skunk Ape Research Headquarters

bigfoot in woods

If you’re fascinated by Bigfoot and the Lochness Monster, then you’ll totally dig the Skunk Ape research headquarters. Skunk Ape is South Florida’s version of Bigfoot. The creator of the headquarters created them because he wanted to prove that Skunk Ape is real. In addition to research materials you’ll also find a gift shop.

McDonald’s European Cafe

Ok, you don’t necessarily think of McDonald’s as a tourist attraction, but this one is. It’s supposedly the finest McDonald’s in the United States and offers gourmet selections, as well as a regular menu. Plus, it’s just really, really pretty. This is located in Orlando, so it’s the perfect option for the family headed to Disney World.

If you’re new to RVing or in the market to buy an RV, contact us. We’ll answer any questions you have and make sure you get the information needed to make the best decision for your family. That way you can get on the road and start checking out weird travel destinations together.

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