2014 Best of Tallahassee
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Community Event: Springtime Tallahassee
Tallahassee winters are often cold, rainy and bleak. And then spring rolls around, and it’s a whole new world of light and color. That’s why Springtime Tallahassee is so popular; it’s family friendly, it attracts more than 70,000 spectators, the Springtime Krewe floats are fun and cheery, and kids have a blast.
Honorable Mention — Tallahassee Symphony Pops in the Park at SouthWood
Golf Course: SouthWood Golf Club
A beautiful golf course surrounded by a Tallahassee neighborhood, the SouthWood Golf Club offers fun and challenging holes for players with any level of proficiency. The wide fairways and fast greens are maintained in excellent condition and set amongst picturesque rolling hills, pastureland and ancient oak trees draped in Spanish moss. Take a break between rounds at the golf club’s restaurant, which offers delectable bites with a view.
Honorable Mention — Golden Eagle Golf & Country Club
Entertainment Venue: Cascades Park
Tallahassee has gained a true gem with the opening of Cascades Park in the spring of 2014. Offering visitors a sprawling campus of outdoor and recreational amenities, including a state-of-the-art amphitheater, interactive water fountain, children’s play area, Smokey Hollow Commemoration and miles of multi-use trails, the entertainment and event options at Cascades are almost limitless.
Honorable Mention — The Donald L. Tucker Civic Center
Place to Be Seen: So Pure Salon & Spa
Pampering is limitless at So Pure Salon & Spa. Treat yourself to a facial or massage, mani or pedi, a new set of highlights or a fancy updo. Or, better yet, make a day of it with the fabulous So Pure team of stylists and aestheticians. By the time you leave, you’ll feel just as great as you look.
Honorable Mention — Level 8 Lounge
Place to Take The Kids: Tallahassee Museum
Ranked as one of the top museums in Florida, The Tallahassee Museum is a 52-acre paradise full of Florida native flora and fauna. The museum offers nature trails, luscious blossoming gardens and even a zip lining course! Zip liners can glide through the cypress swamp from tree to tree 60 feet above the ground. Don’t miss out on the living exhibits, which allow visitors to observe Florida wildlife in environments similar to their natural habitat.
Honorable Mention — Cascades Park