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I-4 Exit Guide

6 September 2011 No Comment
I-4 Exit Guide

The I-4 Exit Information Guide has been around since 2005. It’s a sister publication to the very popular I-95 Exit Information Guide. Just about every feature is duplicated with the I-4 Guide… and it’s recently been updated with mew information.

You’ll find very detailed, exit-by-exit listings for restaurants, diners, fast food, lodging, camping, and shopping for every I-4 exit from Daytona to Tampa. Additionally, the I-4 Exit Guide lists rest areas and welcome centers, and nearby attractions. If you’re looking for gas prices… they have that too! There’s plenty of travel planning tools available here as well. Road Construction information will help you avoid those areas of I-4 to avoid. Their current weather conditions and extended forecasts make your daily vacation planning a no brainer.

Some of the nicer features include discussion forums and restaurant reviews… really just about everything you can think of for anyone traveling Florida’s Interstate 4.

Right from their homepage you get a sense that this is the authority for I-4 travelers. Daily news articles continually feed this site with valuable, up-to-date travel and vacation information. There’s even a section where campers blog their thoughts on nearby campgrounds and rv park.

This site has it all, and they appear to be adding new features and content on a regular basis. If your next trip includes Central Florida and I-4 destinations, you simply must visit this site before you leave.

www.i4exitguide.com

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