Take a peek inside St. Augustine’s Potter’s Wax Museum. Established in 1947, Potter’s is the first wax museum in America. But you’ll find more than just historical figures in the old Florida attraction.
Swimming pool, hot tub, on-site gastropub with incredible food, drinks, and live music, acres of green to play in, and the neatest exclusive club in north-central Florida. This was our family weekend getaway at Florida’s Hilton Ocala.
The best of 2017- a year of adventure. You explored the Smokies with us- up above and down below, paddled on some of Florida’s finest rivers, hiked, tubed, and fished. This is a quick look back on 2017.
Florida recently open its newest trail, but you don’t need hiking boots for the Big Bend Shellfish Trail, all you need is a hearty appetite for seafood…
Check out this video of highlights from the Florida Outdoor Writer’s Association conference hosted by Ocala/Marion County Visitor & Convention Bureau.
With 11,000 miles of waterways, Florida is packed with paddling opportunities, and many of them are easily accessible. Paddling these waterways provides an eco-friendly opportunity to explore these natural resources with minimum impact to the environment. Check out these 7 family-friendly paddle adventures to explore a piece of wild Florida.
Taking a break with the kids, we headed to Ellie Schiller Homosassa Springs Wildlife State Park. Not your average state park, we were able to get up close and personal with Florida native animals and entered the bowels of a first magnitude Florida spring…
Blue Run Park is a hidden gem in Dunnellon. When anyone mentions the sleepy Central Florida town of Dunnellon, the first thing that comes to mind is the Rainbow River: the pristine waterway that meanders through the town, joining the black waters of the Withlacoochee River to head out to the Gulf via Lake Rousseau, but little do they know that what seems to be only a tubers exit, holds many more connections to exploring outdoor Florida.
I wish I could download a picture of our lovely weekend family adventure on Amelia Island, as I spent the first hour at Fort Clinch snapping away at the creepy brick passages and the flotilla in the distance, but then I discovered I had left our photo card at home (sigh), so I abandoned the…