Loughman is a census-designated place (CDP) in the north-east corner of Polk County, Florida, United States, near the Osceola county line. The population was 1,385 at the 2000 census. It is part of the Lakeland–Winter Haven Metropolitan Statistical Area. This area has grown rapidly since 2000 due, in large part, to its proximity to Walt Disney World and the Orlando, Florida area.
Restaurants in Loughman
5 based on 264 reviews
Kissimmee bicycle rental in downtown Celebration. Our bikes are the perfect way to experience the Town of Celebration and Kissimmee. Discover picturesque neighborhoods with world-class architecture, native wildlife and a vibrant downtown area while pedaling a bike along quiet streets and waterfront pathways.
Excellent company. Such nice and friendly guys. Fitted myself and my 6 year old with bikes. Provided training wheels and a helmet for my daughter. She really loved that the bikes had bells. :)
Gave us all a cold bottle of water and a map with a 7 mile route marked out. We didn't make it all around the loop, but had a great time tooling around on the nicely maintained paths and trails thru woods and thru various neighborhoods in town. Saw a couple alligators, so that was pretty cool. All in all a thoroughly enjoyable time and would highly recommend it!
4.5 based on 104 reviews
The premiere Visitor Information Center for Polk County, FL located in the heart of Central Florida. The Visitor Center is home to the Florida Sports Hall of Fame. Enjoy interactive exhibits about numerous attractions throughout Central Florida. While the kids are trying to find the largemouth bass in the pond please ask about Discounted Tickets to all your favorite Central Florida Attractions.
After driving for a couple hours this stop is great. They give you free orange juice to welcome you to Florida. Bathroom are clean the offer information about the parks, highway, maps etc. You could take cool pictures inside the place. The air conditioner work...MoreWe are so glad to hear you enjoyed stopping by our facility. Our team loves being able to allow our visitors the opportunity to not only escape for a few minutes and enjoy their time here but also to gather information needed for their stay.
5 based on 103 reviews
Found this salon while visiting WDW. I scheduled a facial for my daughter's 16 th birthday. Sarah was awesome! From the moment we walked in she treated us like royalty. She took great care of my daughter & made sure I was comfortable while I waited.
Prices are extremely reasonable especially for the area. I would have paid triple for the service we received had we gone to a resort salon.
We will be back whenever in the Disney area!
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Fun Spot America Kissimmee has 2 unique U.S patented go-kart tracks, 18 Family and Thrill rides. Home to the worlds tallest SkyCoaster standing at 300ft! There is also a large arcade. Mine Blower roller coaster brand new for 2017! FREE admission and FREE parking!
I think they should have more rides for teenagers. It were only 5 rides in the front. Not including the go karts and bumper cars.
5 based on 71 reviews
During our stay in Kissimmee, we visited this church twice. Everyone was very friendly and the church was beautiful. The only issue was the parking. There was a lot of chaos trying to leave while people are coming in for the next mass.
4.5 based on 11 reviews
The world showcase used to be a pretty fun place to walk around, see the sights, and maybe try on a few hats. In the last few years, there’s been a marked increase in the number of food stations, and alcohol is everywhere now. Come two o’clock in the afternoon, this place is abuzz, and I do mean “buzz”, with people with drinks on the street. In fact, it seems to get more more like Mardi Gras every time we go. It’s a great time for sure, if you’re not into that kind of scene before warned.
4.5 based on 305 reviews
The famed father-son team of Robert Trent Jones, Sr. and Jr. designed this 18-hole championship course that features a park-like atmosphere with a natural wetland environment.
I booked this golf course because it was close and although it was higher price than others appeared to be interested in taking care of their guest. I came to the started and noticed the practice green was all full of sand. They seemed to be doing something with the green. I asked if this was on all the holes on the course as well and he assured me it was not on all holes. Yes it was every hole had sand and it was especially difficult and unfair during the early morning dew. If the person said something at check in at least that they were doing work on the greens then I could have at least decided as I paid a high price to play a course that was not what was expected. I pursued and completed the round. I checked with replay options and was told there were many. I had been given a lunch coupon so I told them I would go eat then play and we picked a time with though appropriate. Although the service was extremely slow I picked the special which I figured they would be the quickest. I went out and tried to get on earlier. I was told now there was no earlier times. So I sat and waited. All golf courses I have played always tried to put people together and not let 3 somes or 2 golfs going out while the course is busy. I saw the first 3 some go and wondered why I couldn't be matched with them and was told they were special guest of the owner. Ok not what someone that has paid a good price to play wants to hear. Another group came along two players and then were sent out without me getting paired up. The started came over and said he wondered why I couldn't play with them and was told they paid for 4 people. So what others have to wait because they guys don't like playing with anyone else that is the thing about golf you meet different people with different abilities and HAVE FUN. I was glad to see that the first tee shot of one of them went in the water serves people like that. I will not recommend this course as it is very costly and really isn't the best I have seen in the area. If the course wants to depend on 2 somes paying for foursomes then good luck to them.
4.5 based on 233 reviews
I have toured and done self guided tours of military museums in Canada, England and several others regarding the American civil war. This is a rather modest one compared to others I have witnessed over the years but they have done a good job with their limited resources they have. A lot of the displays are donated but good explanations are written up for each one you visit. It has a library with a lot of books and reading tables. This museum started out in a mall and received some financially backing from the county government. It has a small gift shop. I started at the civil war section and worked my way to present day USA military history. Guided tours are available if booked ahead of time. Reasonable price to get in and has different levels if you are a student, senior, etc. A rather exceptional , well researched and excellent museum in the overall history of the military within the USA!
4.5 based on 31 reviews
This world-famous resort consists of four theme parks (Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, MGM Studios, Animal Kingdom), three water parks, more than 20 hotels, eight golf courses and a myriad of attractions.
Just returned from Disney World and it was a huge disappointment! There were far too many people to appreciate the “magic”. We were only able to get FastPass for the not so popular rides. Without the pass, 1-2 hr wait. And for this we paid over $500 a day for our 5 person three day passes. It was so awful, that we forfeited our last days tickets and just enjoyed the resort hotel. We had to tell my granddaughter over and over, “ we can’t go on that because the line is too long”. Will never return. Disney has a huge problem. I wanted to record all the crying children and stressed out parents.
4.5 based on 28 reviews
"The largest of the 4 theme parks at Walt Disney World Resort, Disney's Animal Kingdom park is filled with attractions, adventures and entertainment that reflect Walt Disney's dedication to nature and conservation. The park leads the way in animal care, education and research—for an enchanting experience that blends learning with family fun.Home to more than 1,700 animals from 250 species and sprawling across 500 acres of lush landscape, Disney's Animal Kingdom park is the biggest animal-themed park in the world!Disney's Animal Kingdom park is divided into 7 areas:OasisDiscovery Island® areaCamp Minnie-MickeyAfricaRafiki's Planet Watch® areaAsiaDinoland, U.S.A.® areaEncounter rare and majestic animals—and get close enough to pet some of them! Exciting attractions await, along with live and wild entertainment like Broadway-style musical shows and parades that invite you to be part of the excitement.From the spectacular scenery of the African savanna—where you may spot zebras, elephants and hippos—to the high-altitude, roller coaster thrills of Expedition Everest® in Asia, global adventures abound at Disney's Animal Kingdom park.
This park is laid out beautifully with lots of room and awesome mature vegetation. The safari ride and the Avatar rides were favorites. The kids loved the animal displays and the educational aspect. While Magic Kingdom is still the little ones favorite, they also absolutely loved Disneys Animal Kingdom.
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