Ice cream is one of Tampa’s favorite ways to cool off under the hot Florida sun and you can find it almost anywhere. With so many options for a sweet and cold dessert, how do you know where to start? Whether you’re new to town or you’re looking for a great place to take guests, you can find a few great locations around the city that will really wow you and your whole group. Whether you’re in the mood for an ice cream sundae or your favorite flavor in a cone, here is a look at the best places in Tampa to get them.

Bo’s Ice Cream – 7101 N Florida Avenue, Tampa

Stop by Bo’s in Seminole Heights to get some ice cream from a place that goes way back. Bo’s has been a neighborhood gem for 60 years serving some of the best ice cream in town. Guests come in…

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When the kids are little and you want to have some fun with the family, where do you take everyone? Of course there are great dining options and you can always hit the beach, but Tampa also have some experiences that your whole family will enjoy.

You can finally teach the littles one how to fish when you take the iTrekkers Fishing Charter or you can hit the water with a Pirate Cruise. Check out the Dakin Dairy Farms or head over to Dino World. Take a look at these top choices when you want to put a smile on your little ones’ faces.

Dakin Dairy Farms – 30771 Betts Road, Myakka

When you have little ones to entertain that aren’t quite big enough for roller coasters and theme parks, you’ll find that a visit to Dakin Dairy Farm is the perfect…

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When you’re looking to get a little more active but you’re not with a group of adults, Tampa has some nice options that are geared towards the whole family. You can take a zip line adventure over the water for families with children 7 years and older, or get wet at Adventure Island for some fun and relaxation combined. Get some exercise at the Trampoline Arena and make a day of it with dodgeball, volleyball, and even arcade games. Take a look at how you can get active in Tampa at these top family attractions.

AirHeads Trampoline Arena – 5072 W Linebaugh Avenue, Tampa

When you need the kids to get some energy out, take them to AirHeads Trampoline Arena for a great time. You’ll have a hard time not smiling and jumping away all day in this huge,…

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Who doesn’t love a little fun on the weekends with the whole family? Tampa has really put together some nice options for families that want to have family-friendly fun that everyone will enjoy. These aren’t just geared towards fun for the kids, but they will bring out the joy and imagination in parents too.

You can find everything from museums to time on the water, and indoor fun to outdoor fun. Take a look at some of the top choices for families that want to have fun, and especially for those that love animals.

Big Cat Rescue – 12802 East Street, Tampa

Your first stop should be at the Big Cat Rescue over on East Street where you’ll definitely want to bring a camera. These wild cats are living in this non-profit sanctuary meant to offer a home to…

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What makes a city super cool? Expedia has taken the time to define cities that are and look for the ones that are doing things right. Cities that get props for being super cool do things like host interesting festivals, make districts for food-lovers, have a love for art, and are either a big city themselves or are close to one.

These cities make living so much easier, whether it’s providing entertainment that is walkable, giving you the perfect setting to dine, or having everything close enough together that a quick cab ride is all you need to access the fun. Our local Tampa, Florida made this exciting list at the #12 most super cool city to visit in the states and below you can see what elements of Tampa made it stand out among the whole country!

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Tampa Homes For Sale Near Tampa Palms ElementaryEvery individual home buyer has his or her own wish list when it comes to looking for that perfect new place to call home. For some, an updated kitchen with all the best finishes and features is a top priority, and for others, location is undoubtedly what’s most important. Are there parks nearby? How close is the grocery store? Or a Starbucks? How far, or easy, is a possible commute from a home you’re considering? For just about every Tampa home buyer out there, these are all questions you’ll likely be asking yourself if you’re planning to buy a new home or condo sometime in the near future. 

Another critical factor for some home buyers is proximity to a local school. In the Tampa area specifically, Tampa Palms Elementary School is routinely ranked as…

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Not all condos for sale in Tampa are equal, and our newest listing over at beautiful Harbor Court is certainly proof of that. A newly updated 4th floor unit inside one of our favorite Tampa condo buildings, 10002 S. Harbour Island Blvd #1409 is one of those rare opportunities that truly has it all.

First, the fabulous finishes found inside this amazing unit are all top-of-the-line and include upgraded stainless steel appliances, designer tile flooring in the kitchen, beautiful hardwood flooring in all the main living areas, trendy subway tile backslashes, recessed lighting in the kitchen, and stunning reclaimed wood walls that give the living space an uncommon level of character, especially for a condominium residence. In all, 1002 S. Harbour Island…

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Despite Tampa home sales cooling off a bit in April, the market overall has been trending upward in 2017, making it a great time to buy or sell a home. On the seller’s side of things, spring and early summer tend to be the hottest times to list a property, mainly because that’s usually when potential buyers are out in full force and looking to make a move before summer vacations and changes to your daily, weekly, and monthly schedule inevitably ensue. 

For anyone looking to buy a home or condo in the Tampa area, now is also a great time to begin a house hunt if you’re hoping to take full advantage of a slightly higher inventory than what’s typically seen during other times of the year; although housing supply in our market and many others around the…

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With your upcoming showing coming up, you’re likely considering ways to make your home really shine to a potential buyer. This means taking the time to deep clean, declutter, renovate, and stage your home. In that process, you’ll likely be putting away family heirlooms, personalized photos, and other items that remind buyers that this is still your home.

You want your buyers to feel like the home is a blank slate and somewhere where they could personalize to their own style. In addition to removing personalized items, you’ll want to bring an even more neutralized feeling to the home by removing any luxury items that show your wealth and could tempt the right person to try to swipe something. Take a look at the dangers of leaving luxury items out during…

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