Paddle down Shingle Creek from Shingle Creek Regional Park at Steffee Landing in Kissimmee, where canoe and kayak rentals are now available for visitors.
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Centered around a mysterious 6,700-acre swamp forest with open waters and shrunken bald cypresses, Dead Lakes Recreation Area provides paddlers, hikers, and campers with a place to play.
The timing was right: with the Doc Watson Festival at the same time at the Trail Dames Summit in Boone, NC, John learned about a bluegrass legend.
After seeing pictures of the area and descriptions of seepage bogs, how could I not look forward to hiking through this area? Hal Scott Preserve even has a bit of history to it that goes back to the Timucua Indians and has campsites that are several thousand years old. To be hones, I didn’t see […]
Andy and Tina take a wander through Little Big Econ State Forest starting at the equestrian trailhead near the forest office and leading to the river itself
Since 1970, Morningside Nature Center has been Gainesville’s flagship nature park, protecting the largest stand of longleaf pine savanna remaining within city limits.
Israel’s only show cave, Sorek, is one of the world’s most highly decorated caves with an abundance of unusual speleothems. It is protected by Stalactite Cave Nature Reserve.
Follow the 3.3-mile Steinhatchee Trail through wildflower-rich uplands for a spectacular finish at Steinhatchee Falls, Florida’s broadest waterfall.
Four show caves in Southern Indiana make up the Indiana Cave Trail, providing close encounters of the underground kind with unusual karst features
One of the lesser-heralded delights of Torreya State Park is the Weeping Ridge Trail, which leads to a 25-foot-tall waterfall splashing off the ridge