If you’re already having trouble dealing with the hot and humid Orlando weather, then you need to park at the Orlando airport and escape to the Pacific Northwest! This summer, ditch the muggy, swampy weather for cool northern winds and a lush green landscape. In this post, we’ll discuss a couple places you’ll want to check out when you park and fly out to the Pacific Northwest from the Orlando airport.
Whether you’re saving time by parking and flying to Portland International Airport or road-tripping long-term in your car or RV, you’re sure to fall in love as soon as you cross the city limits. Gardening aficionados and outdoor adventurers alike will love the green atmosphere of the city: From the International Rose Test Garden to the Lan Su Chinese Garden, you’re sure to find something that appeals to your green thumbs. The Oregon Zoo, Portland Art Museum, and Pittock Mansion are other popular Portland hotspots. As with any major city, parking may be difficult—but you’ll be happy to know that Portland is one of the world’s most bike-friendly cities!
Summer in Seattle is typically filled with a number of fun seasonal activities and events for the entire family. Campers and hikers will love staying overnight on Camano Island. You can also park your car and take the train to Centralia, an old mining and railroad town from the early 1900s, where you can see speakeasies, hotels, and other antiquated sights. Seattle is also home to the famous 60-storey-high Space Needle, as well as Puget sound, where you’ll find a few killer whales swimming about. Like Portland, Seattle is also sparse on parking, so you’ll be glad you parked your car at the Orlando Airport!
Wherever you decide to go, choose Park, Bark and Fly for long-term parking at the Orlando airport as well as pet boarding services. For more information, visit Park, Bark and Fly online or call (407) 855-5899.