We eased ourselves up through the narrow winding staircase of the bastion and were rewarded by sweeping vista views of the Atlantic Ocean and Cumberland Sound. Historic Fort Clinch is one of the few places left where you can freely explore life in Florida’s past, and here are 12 things you should know about this unique state park.
Best known as “The Swamp” and home to the University of Florida Gators, the city of Gainesville stretches across I-75 and North Florida, with only Paynes Prairie to keep it spreading south. And though it’s easy to lose yourself in the university life and suburban sprawl, there are a surprising number of parks and recreational areas, and of course swamps to remind you that you are indeed in “the swamp.”
Summer is here and the beach is calling. Weary of too many sunburns and bucket loads of sand? Plan the perfect family beach day with these useful tips from this mom and former island girl.
Disney gives Floridians some incredible and cool discounts but if moving to Florida is NOT an option for you, and summer is the only time you can escape with the kids, consider these handy tips on how to circumvent the crowds and make the most of your Walt Disney World stay.
In the heart of busy Gainesville lies a living Monet masterpiece: Sweetwater Wetlands Park, a man-made wetland & haven for local wildlife.
Snakes in the Lake, Secret Rooms, Hidden in the Hills, Leather Pants & more: a compilation of travel tales from Ioannina- a secret gem hidden in the mountains of mainland Greece.
Before you grab that knick knack for dear mom on Mother’s Day, read this first- the inside look at what moms REALLY want.
Mother’s Day printable cards. Short on time? Check out these free floral printable cards for that incredible woman in your life!
The Adventures of Mom YouTube channel offers family friendly vacation ideas for Florida and Georgia. It’s been a year in the making and our first videos were cringe-worthy, but with the help of our tech-savvy son and YouTube University tutorials, we’ve come a long way.
Tucked away under the lush green canopy of North Central Florida hides a small old Florida town packed with high adventure. If you’re looking for roller coaster thrills and funnel cake amusements, this place is not for you. However, if you are in search of turquoise blue springs, tubing, paddling adventures and camping by a river, High Springs just may make your perfect escape.