Hiking / Nature Walks

While RV camping at Lake Griffin State Park in Fruitaland Park, we drove the 15 minutes over to take a hike at Flat Island Preserve, located in Leesburg. It was a foggy morning to start out, which was nice. By the time we were half way through the hike the... Read more →

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While RV camping at Lake Griffin State Park, we took the 30 minute drive over to check out Trout Lake Nature Center. Located in Eustis, the Trout Lake Nature Center is a place that offers some short hiking trails, environmental education programs, and a small museum with nature artifacts. There... Read more →

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If you are near Fort Myers and want a place to take a short walk and see some beautiful nature stop by Six Mile Cypress Slough (pronounced slew) Preserve. Located at 7791 Penzance Blvd in Fort Myers, they offer a 1.2 mile stroll along a raised boardwalk. The boardwalk winds... Read more →

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Over spring break, we camped again at Hanna Park, located in Jacksonville. As we were headed out one day, we saw a sign that said Fort Caroline and the Timucuan Preserve was to the right. I did a quick google search to see what it was all about, I was... Read more →

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Over spring break, we camped again at Hanna Park, located in Jacksonville. While we hiked there at the park, we also left the park to hike in nearby places. One of them was at the University of North Florida Wildlife Sanctuary and Loftin Nature Trails. The trails are open to... Read more →

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