Ponce de Leon's Fountain of Youth
Even though historians regard Ponce de Leon's search for the Fountain of Youth a myth, it still remains in the minds of people as almost historical fact. Thus, the name of this park comes from de Leon's supposed quest and the location is believed by many to be the site of his landing. Even if you have doubts about the veracity of the claims, the park has some interesting activities for all members of the family such as a Timucuan village and archaeological digs, a blacksmith demonstration, and peacocks you can feed by hand. Hours are 9 to 5 daily and tickets are $18 for adults and a little less for children and seniors.