Here’s proof that you should attend rodeos in Florida at least once

Whether it’s your first time visiting Florida or you’re native to the Sunshine State, there will always be something that surprises you. Kissimmee makes people think of vacations and characters, swamplands and easy access to beaches, but what about the legacy of the original folks that settled here? Way back when, agriculture wasn’t just the driving force of Florida’s economy, it also served as a source of entertainment. Rodeos like the Silver Spurs Rodeo may have started as a way to get together with friends over shared values like horsemanship and giving back, but over the years it’s evolved into a fun, new thing to do for those who aren’t that familiar with the cowboy lifestyle. (We’re always shocked that some people don’t even know that rodeo is a “thing” in Florida!) Still not convinced that this is a Central Florida event you don’t want to miss? Read what our past attendees had to say about what they loved about attending rodeos in Florida…

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“The best dollar-for-dollar entertainment in Central Florida! Great time had by [the] whole family. You don’t need to know how to ride to have fun at the rodeo. Excitement and fun every minute!” – Eben, Facebook

 

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“My son (2 years old) loved the entire show! One event, he actually sat through the entire thing from 7:30-10:30 p.m. His favorite part was the bull riding and the saddle bronc. We can’t wait till the next rodeo! He wants to do the calf scramble so bad.” – Coral, Facebook

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“I attended with my daughter and mother for a girl’s night out… We had a great time… It was my daughter’s first rodeo. The facility was clean, employees and guests were very nice. We can’t wait to come back! I highly recommend the Silver Spurs Rodeo to anyone.” – Lynne, Facebook

Like many other major sporting events, attending a rodeo is a great time for parents to spend time with their kids while learning about something new. Between the games at the Osceola County Fair (which coincides with our February rodeo), the chance to win $5 in the calf scramble, and the opportunity to meet a real-life rodeo queen, there’s no limit to the amount of fun your kids can have when go to the Silver Spurs Rodeo.

For those who regularly attend rodeos or spend much of their day working out on a ranch, throwing on some cowboy boots and a hat are just a part of their routine. But for those who aren’t already connected to the rodeo world, we can understand the appeal to “dress up” and change up your outfit. Many people make it a family affair by getting matching boots and shirts, but with Monster Bulls just a few days before Valentine’s Day, a date night rodeo-style might be just the thing to kick up the romance (and some dirt) this year!