• How to See Manatees in Florida

    Manatees are one of Florida’s most beloved animals, and many people visit Florida hoping to see manatees during their trip. These gentle giants spend most of their lives grazing and floating around Florida’s springs and rivers. If…

  • Fort de Soto Park

    Fort de Soto Park is on the southern tip of St. Petersburg. The park features beautiful Florida gulf coast beaches, nature trails and remains of a historic fort from the Spanish American War era. Fort De Soto…

  • Alafia River State Park

    Alafia River State Park has some of the most radical elevation changes in the state of Florida. Phosphate mining in the area formed steep ridges and pits. Over time the reclaimed land became forested and the pits…

  • Guide to Heritage Village

    Step back in time and experience what life was like for Florida families in the 1800s and early 1900s at Heritage Village in Largo, FL. Heritage Village is a collection of more than 25 historic structures and…

  • Tarpon Springs Day Trip

    Tarpon Springs is a city in north Pinellas County known for its sponge diving industry and Greek population. The city started to boom in the 1890’s when divers from Greece came to harvest the plentiful sponges. To…

  • Homosassa Springs Wildlife State Park

    Ellie Schiller Homosassa Springs Wildlife State Park in central Florida is a unique state park full of native Florida animals. You’ll see all kinds of native wildlife from alligators to otters to black bears. The park is…