Avalon State Park is a quiet little beach once alive with Navy “frogmen” who trained here for the D-Day invasion.
Articles written by: Bob Rountree
The nation’s first wildlife refuge was created by President Teddy Roosevelt to stop plume-hunters from wiping out several species of birds. The birds are back, and spring is a great time to visit. (You’ll need a kayak for a closeup look.)
Enjoy your last big seafood fling with festivals in Fernandina Beach, Pompano, Palatka and a few more. But just a few!
The billboards on the Turnpike are gone, and so are the discount coupons, but the legendary Desert Inn is still kickin’ at Yeehaw Junction.
The crush of spring visitors is testament to what those of use who live here already know: It’s time to get outdoors!
By doubling the size of its campground, this oceanfront state park in Flagler Beach has expanded its reach — and its appeal.
Get away from the maddening crowds, at least a little bit, and enjoy more of what the Daytona Beach area has to offer.
Our annual Spring Training Guide is an invaluable resource for finding campgrounds, lodging and things to do near each of Florida’s Spring Training camps. We include report dates, home openers and links to schedules and tickets.