Tent camping in the Keys took a big hit when Hurricane Irma destroyed two state park campgrounds, but there are still a few places where you can drive a tent stake in the ground.
Author: Bob Rountree
Enjoy your last big seafood fling with festivals in Fernandina Beach, Pompano, Palatka and a few more. But just a few!
Beer is not just for Oktoberfest anymore! A guide to Florida’s year-around craft beer festivals. Includes statewide 2019 Oktoberfest dates. (Updated and revised.)
Severe damage from hurricanes in 2017 (Irma) and 2018 (Michael) are still impacting a handful of Florida state parks. Early predictions point to a lower threat this year, but it only takes one.
Amateur astronomers love this place in the heart of Florida’s cow country. With 54,000 acres of wide-open prairie 25 miles from the nearest town, light pollution does not exist, making the Kissimmee Prairie Preserve one of a few destinations in Florida for stargazing under a pure night sky. The campground set aside for astronomers is known as “the red light district.”
You won’t go hungry on your road trip through the Florida Keys. There are dozens of roadside eateries serving fresh local fish and homemade Keys favorites. We pick a few of the best.