A quick sampler of the beauty of Bronson State Forest, this walk on the Florida Trail to Bunscombe Creek and back offers a great perspective on summer wildflowers.
An agricultural community along the shores of Lake Jesup, Oviedo has a string of natural lands offering interesting hikes and off-road biking.
In Central Florida, the Florida Trail presents two options: east or west around the Orlando metro. Forested public lands provide protection for much of the route.
One of the most beautiful hikes near Orlando is rugged, too: the Florida Trail atop bluffs above the Econlockhatchee River through Little-Big Econ State Forest.
As the Florida Trail follows the curve of the basin in which Mills Creek into a bowl of marshlands, enjoy old-growth trees and long boardwalks along this 2 mile hike
The last truly rural corner of Seminole County is anchored by the small community of Geneva, which the St. Johns River loops around on its ambling course north.
Showcasing prairie ponds amid scrub on the edge of a pine flatwoods, Geneva Wilderness Area offers two loops of gentle paths on which to explore the habitats.
Andy and Tina take a wander through Econ River Wilderness Area in Oviedo in search of a geocache and discover natural wonders along the way
Andy and Tina explore the Florida Trail north from Barr Street along a flooded Econlockhatchee River, and discover an unusual spider with a zigzag pattern in its web
A hike along the Cross Seminole Trail – which the Florida Trail follows – through Oviedo and Winter Springs means an introduction to suburbia in the Orlando metro.
Andy and Tina take a ramble through Little-Big Econ State Forest along the Florida Trail from Lockwood Blvd in Oviedo towards Barr Street.