The schedules are published, and tickets are on sale, but Florida’s spring season is in limbo as owners and players try to hammer out a new collective bargaining agreement.
News of interest for outdoor recreation enthusiasts.
An article published in Florida Rambler won first place for best blog post in the Florida Outdoor Writers annual competition. “Letter from the Keys: Week 6 of quarantine” by Karuna Eberl was published when the Keys had blocked all visitors from outside.
Every fall, the skies over the Florida Keys fill with thousands of birds from hundreds of species heading south for the winter. A remarkable citizen science project, Hawkwatch, based in Curry Hammock State Park, keeps a tally.
We love museums and we love freebies, so this is our kind of day. Participating attractions, some normally charging up to $20 admission, are free by downloading a ticket from Smithsonian Magazine.
With South Florida in a tizzy over the opening of Florida lobster season, here’s what you need to know, how to catch Florida’s spiny lobster and how to cook it.
The cemetery in Key West is a lot like the city itself: quirky, crowded, colorful and full of history. The site has a forlorn almost spooky air. Take a walking tour and discover fascinating stories of Key West and its people.
The new fee is being implemented as Florida State Parks move to a new campground reservation system. I just tried the new system, and I like it.
One of our favorite stops on the drive down the Florida Keys is Anne’s Beach in Islamorada. Located at mile marker 73.5, Anne’s Beach is a rare thing in the Florida Keys – a natural sandy beach. And it’s free.
Our readers viewed a record 2.4 million pages on Florida Rambler during 2020, despite the pandemic. Of the 500+ stories we delivered, these were our 10 most popular articles of the year.