Jan 13, 2011 – Florida Gov. Rick Scott says he won’t close any state parks. So those state parks, many off-the-main-road and less well-known are safe — for this year. So go visit them now: The best way to vote for parks is to use them.
Things To Do In Florida
Boat camping is a great way to scoot away from civilization to some wild and remote places.
Howley’s Diner has been there for 60 years. It’s not just retro, this West Palm Beach diner is the real deal — from its terrazzo floors to its tin ceiling.
Rick Scott is the new governor of Florida and Florida Rambler has a message for him: Preserving the natural Florida and supporting parks and trails is good business and can create jobs. See the editorial from the Lakeland Ledger that inspired us.
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The Castle Windy Trail is a shady respite from the often brutal and never-ending sun of Cape Canaveral National Seashore, a tree-shrouded path that takes you through coastal zones of saw palmetto, live oak, sable palm and eastern red cedar.
The signs are gone, but Yeehaw Junction still exists in the middle of Florida’s cow country, anchored by the legendary Desert Inn.
This old-growth forest with 1,000-year-old trees is closely guarded because it is next to an FPL plant. But, with a little planning in advance, you can walk its 1.1 mile boardwalk in Martin County on free tours.
The Seminole Inn in Indiantown is way off the beaten path, which may be why it’s fun to discover its excellent Southern style home cooking and charming atmosphere.
It’s time to plan this season’s canoe and kayak outings, and a free set of excellent paddling trail maps from the Great Calusa Blueway is certain to give you inspiration.