Near Milton, Arcadia Mill showcases ongoing work to uncover Florida’s first “modern” industrial complex.
Little known except to those who frequent Salt Springs Recreation Area in the Ocala National Forest, the Bear Swamp Trail provides a walk into an ancient forest.
Our picks for best scenic hikes in Florida, where there’s more than one “WOW” moment along the way
North of Orlando, Black Bear Wilderness Area in Sanford offers some of the best wildlife watching in the region on its loop along the St. Johns River.
Trot out your sense of adventure for an immersion into one of the wildest trails you’ll find near Orlando, the 7.1-mile loop in the Black Bear Wilderness Area in Sanford.
Discover the beauty of the St. Johns River floodplain along this 2 mile round-trip to the rivers edge in wildlife-rich Black Bear Wilderness Area
Found along coastlines and freshwater wetlands, the Black-crowned Night-Heron is an elusive species
Blackwater River State Park is the gateway to thousands of acres of public lands stretching northward to the Alabama border.
Walk along a bluff where early explorers and native peoples once looked out over vastness of Paynes Prairie to discover a panorama that invites you to immerse in it
History and natural beauty meet under a dense oak canopy at the ruins of one of Florida’s oldest sugar mills
Canaveral National Seashore protects 58,000 acres of maritime hammocks, dunes, and coastline surrounding Cape Canaveral, a natural sandy cape that formed where ocean currents meet.
For the longest loop hike in Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park, tackle the Chacala Trail for a 6.2-mile circuit that brings you to a view of Chacala Pond