November 15 – 18
Plunge Beach Hotel
Friday, November 15
8:00 a.m. Arrival
Attendees will be taken to Plunge Beach Hotel by bus
4:00 p.m. Hawaiian shirt night
Aruba’s Beach Cafe
$50 per person, RSVP required
Join us for a night of shenanigans near our hotel! Registration includes buffet, open bar (until our tab runs out), and live music. Hawaiian shirt isn’t required for participation, but we may laugh at you if you don’t have one.
Saturday, November 16
Sunday, November 17
11:30 a.m. Departure from hotel to the stadium
Registered attendees should meet in the Plunge Beach Hotel lobby no later than 11:15 a.m. for an on-time departure (and on-time tailgating!)
Monday, November 18
7:15 a.m. Group photo in the hotel lobby
Points of Interest
Places to eat and drink
Seminole Hard Rock Hollywood – Opening its doors on October 24th, 2019, this exciting hotel and casino has bars, lounges, entertainment, gaming, dining and more! Spend a few hours or all day inside the casino, and don’t miss the 26,000 square-foot promenade of boutique storefronts!
Flamingo Gardens – Flamingo Gardens is home to one of the last natural jungle growths in South Florida, with over 3,000 tropical and subtropical plant species, including the largest tree in the state of Florida. Their Everglades Wildlife Sanctuary is also home to over 90 native species,
making it the largest collection of Florida Native wildlife in the state! The Flamingo Garden’s mission is to depict, preserve, and provide education about the natural and cultural heritage of South Florida and the Everglades.
XTreme Action Park – Now the largest indoor entertainment venue in Florida, Xtreme Action Park has over 200,000 square feet of exciting attractions and event spaces including Go Kart Racing, Bowling Lanes, Arcade Game Room, a Ropes Course Adventure, a Trampoline Park, Roller Skating Rink, Escape Rooms and now all new Laser Tag, Virtual Reality Games and VR Escape Rooms. Plus refuel your fun at our All American Café, Hershey’s Ice Cream Shake Shoppe, and the Pit Bar, a full Liquor Sports Bar.
NSU Art Museum – located in the heart of Fort Lauderdale, The NSU Art Museum is home to diverse and innovative collections of art from around the world. They have used their vast space (83,000 square feet, to be exact) to house over 6,000 works of art. They boast a wide array of collections that feature artists ranging from the American realist, William Glackens, to post-WWII, avant-garde artists from Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam.
Stranahan House & Museum – Stranahan House was constructed in 1901 by Frank Stranahan and his wife, Ivy Cromartie Stranahan, Ft. Lauderdale’s Founding Father and first school teacher, respectively. It is the oldest surviving structure in Broward County and has served multiple purposes in the county’s history. The Stranahan House & Museum is committed to
telling the fascinating story of the birth of our community through the Stranahan’s lives and the beautiful home they created.
Fort Lauderdale Antique Car Museum – This museum was established with the goal of preserving the history of the Packard Motor Co., and to demonstrate the progress of American engineering. With 22 Packard motor cars in working condition, The Ft. Lauderdale Antique Car Museum is proud to show some of the finest cars ever made. The 18,000 square foot building also contains thousands of pieces of memorabilia, and a separate gallery dedicated to the life of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, and so much more.
Bonnet House – situated on a coastal barrier island. Much of the natural environment of barrier islands has been lost today to commercial development. A walk along the Nature Trail allows you to step back in time and experience a rare piece of old South Florida.