Snowbirds are already snapping up RV campsites for “the season.” Florida residents should do the same. It’s competitive during peak months.
5 great gift ideas for exploring the authentic Florida.
Help spread the word: Every fourth grade student in America can now print out a free pass to visit a national park with his or her family. Get the details and link here.
The contradition bothers me: I drive many miles, spewing carbon dioxide into the environment, to reach destinations where the environment is unspoiled. A small sop: This year, I offset the carbon footprint of my Florida Rambler travel.
Our annual gift guide of cool products that will add to your enjoyment of Florida’s outdoors.
Spring is the best time of year for tent camping in Florida. Campgrounds are emptying out as snowbirds flock home, and the weather is fantastic. Break out the gear and head for the woods!
Now that the holidays are over and you’re gushing over your new iPhone, iPad or Android device, we think the time is right to bring you the Best Apps for exploring Florida’s outdoors.
Exploring Florida sometimes requires more than just a sense of adventure and the time to travel. These guides are essential tools to help you find paddling and hiking trails, campgrounds and where to experience the authentic Florida.
Exploring Florida’s outdoors gets easier with these useful mobile apps for camping and kayaking, digital guidebooks on iPhone, iPad and Android for the 21st Century.
We’re starting a new feature: We want to be your concierge to the Florida outdoors. Send us your questions. We’ll try to answer them and we’ll ask our readers to offer suggestions too. First question: Where can I go primitive camping in Central Florida?