Stand-up paddle boarding is fun and popular activity. Before your inaugural adventure, here’s what to expect when paddle boarding for the first time.
Conferences, getaways, and vacations are about trying something new and pushing boundaries. I did just that when I took aim at Volusia Top Gun in Daytona Beach. It’s a gun shop, indoor gun range, and restaurant.
To take your mind off COVID-19 news, download this free printable word search with the theme of Florida Food.
Love an adventure? Fascinated with sharks? Appreciate art? Head to the Shark Tooth Capital of the World to enjoy the Venice Shark Spotting public art display.
April showers bring May flowers and now is sunflower U-pick season in Florida. Here are three Tampa Bay-area farms to soak up the sunshine and bask in the glory of stunning sunflowers.
Mermaids have entertained and enchanted visitors in Weekie Wachee Springs, Fla for decades. Now, spot them along the Florida Mermaid Trail in nearby historic Brooksville.
Learn about the biology, ecology, and history during a free ranger walk in Big Cypress National Preserve in Florida.
Take your mind off COVID-19 news and download this free printable, travel-themed word search. This week’s theme: Florida!
You won’t believe it, but I got lost in the woods and an Uber saved me!
Looking for things to do in North Port, Florida? Axe throwing is the fastest growing sport and The Axe Haus is an axe-cellent time.
I traveled to the Cassadaga Spiritualist Camp in Florida to attend the Sunday Afternoon Message Service and left shocked with what the medium said.
News of the catastrophic bushfires in Australia is heartbreaking and upsetting. So much so, I participated in the Koala Encounter at ZooTampa.
From scrub-jays to soda and frog legs to swamp cabbage, here are 20 Florida events and festivals to experience in 2020.
There’s a town in Central Florida called Christmas. Located in Central Florida between Orlando and the Space Coast, the locals say, it’s always Christmas in Christmas.
Urban foraging is harvesting free food in urban environments. Not sure if you can eat the weeds in your backyard? Green Deane leads classes in Florida to help students identify wild edibles in their backyards and green (and not so green) spaces.