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Seven of Florida’s SPOOKIEST Species – Debunked!
Florida is home to an incredible diversity of plant and animal species. Many of our native critters have gotten a tough reputation. Whether foreign or familiar, we’re here to debunk some of the misconceptions about Florida’s most misunderstood “spooky” species.
Connect with Nature on National Public Lands Day
Celebrate National Public Lands on Sept. 25, by volunteering, exploring a park, attending an event or plugging in virtually. This year’s theme is “More Ways to Connect to Nature,” and there are more ways to explore our Florida State Parks than ever before.
Wheelchair-Accessible Boat Joins Fleet at Silver Springs State Park
Now, a wheelchair-accessible boat is available to allow all visitors to experience breathtaking views of the underwater life, ancient Native American and Spanish artifacts, and underwater props from when the park was used for Hollywood productions.
5 Great State Parks for a Picnic
As summer rolls along and the days get hotter, sometimes there’s no better way to enjoy the outdoors than to set out a blanket and have a relaxing picnic with friends and family. Here are just five amazing parks that would be the perfect place for your next picnic.
Campfire Cooking Tips and Tricks
After playing or relaxing in a Florida State Park, there is nothing like cooking over an open fire. Some parks offer grills while others have designated campfire rings. Whether you are looking for a gourmet meal or just want to toast marshmallows, remember these tasty tips, tricks and recipes.