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The CLDA 29th Annual Meeting & Exposition will be held at the JW Marriott Orlando, Grande Lakes. 
CLDA Room Rate: $229/night + tax
Cut-Off Date: April 7, 2017

Make a Reservation: Click here to book online

About the Hotel

Treat yourself to the getaway of a lifetime at JW Marriott Orlando, Grande Lakes. Situated on 500 meticulously manicured acres, our luxury resort offers shuttle service to Walt Disney World®, SeaWorld® and Universal Orlando®, so you can explore the area without having to worry about expensive rental cars and parking fees. After a day full of adventure, enjoy a memorable meal at one of our seven renowned restaurants serving everything from upscale Italian to authentic sushi to farm-to-table American cuisine. Play a challenging round of golf on our beautiful 18-hole course, or indulge in a massage or facial at our award-winning three-story spa. Gather with friends, family members or colleagues in one of our 46 sophisticated event venues, then retreat to luxurious guest rooms boasting plush bedding, LCD TVs, elegant marble bathrooms and inspiring views of the lush Florida scenery. Book an unforgettable stay at JW Marriott Orlando, Grande Lakes today for a once-in-a-lifetime trip.

CLDA Golf Tournament - Wednesday, May 3

The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club®, Orlando, Grande Lakes provides golfers with an experience not typically found in Florida. Strategically designed by two-time British Open Champion Greg Norman and his team, the course puts special emphasis on preserving the area's well-balanced ecosystem thriving with ponds, wetlands, live oaks and cypress heads.

Wide fairways, strategically placed hazards, generous landing areas and subtly contoured greens provide a challenging but fair test of a golfer’s abilities.

Register for the CLDA Tournament 


CLDA Kayak Eco Tour on Shingle Creek- Wednesday, May 3

Travel back in time on Shingle Creek on a guided two-hour Eco-Tour.

Led by a professionally trained Florida Master Naturalist Eco Tour Guide, you'll learn about the history of Shingle Creek and observe the native species such as alligators, bald eagles, osprey and barred owls from a safe distance in their natural habitat.

Dress Code:

  • We encourage you to dress comfortably for the weather conditions and outdoor activities.
  • Expect the possibility of getting wet while participating in water activities.

Register for the Kayak Eco Tour 



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