Tuesday, February 19, 2019
Mark Jenkins, a spokesman for AAA and the Auto Club Group, said prices across the nation are starting to dip due to a slight drop in oil prices though he warned that drivers should continue to expect to see some volatility when it comes to gas prices.
Summer is over but Floridians are still ready to hit the road in the weeks to come. 
The number of expected travelers is the highest that AAA has found in its almost two decades of conducting this survey.
With highly-anticipated attractions slated to open this year, Walt Disney World announced the return of discounted park admission tickets for Florida residents. According to a statement from Walt Disney World Resort's official news blog, Florida residents can now purchase a...
Gov. Rick Scott announced that this year’s spring training period added more than 7,150 jobs to the state and $687.1 million to Florida’s economy.
While millions of tourists flock to Florida's beaches and theme parks, many other parts of the state are worth exploring. Here are some unique exhibits to visit during your next vacation or weekend adventure in the Sunshine State. Florida's Most...
Despite lower prices at the pump, AAA warned that drivers could be looking at prices fluctuating in the days to come.
SeaWorld announced a major discount for the youngest Floridians this week. SeaWorld and Aquatica Orlando will offer kids who are 5 and younger free admission with a Preschool Card. This offer is valid for visits through the end of 2019...
“Prices should slip lower this week, due to falling futures prices on the stock market,” Jenkins said. “However, demand historically remains strong through August, which should prevent prices from slipping anywhere near the lows we saw last year."
While the first half of 2018 saw a record high number of tourists visiting the Sunshine State, Gov. Rick Scott and Visit Florida are looking to ensure that red tide and Hurricane Michael don’t slow the tourist boom in the second half.