At the south tip of Manasota Key, Stump Pass Beach State Park sits at just the right angle to collect seashells like a scoop, so early risers have great shelling
The northern terminus of the Pinellas Trail, Tarpon Springs has a rich history as an early Greek settlement
One of Florida’s more enormous state forests with over 202,000 acres, Tate’s Hell is a vast coastal swamp sliced and diced by timber barons before being preserved by the state
Protecting more than 3 miles of oceanfront on the Gulf of Mexico, Topsail Hill Preserve State Park has an extensive day hiking trails system with over 15 miles of hiking.
With one of Florida’s most beautiful sweeps of beach, Topsail Hill Preserve State Park is a linear preserve with tall dunes along three miles of shoreline
Named after the city in Italy when the post office was established in 1888, Venice is one of Florida’s first planned cities, designed by noted architect John Nolan in the 1920s as an Italian renaissance village
If you’ve dreamed of camping on a deserted beach, here’s your chance. Wander up to 14 miles at the tip of St. Joseph Peninsula through the wilderness area.