For spring break this year we headed to Highlands Hammock Spring Park in Sebring, Florida. We had never been to the park, but wanted to go there because it's the oldest state park in Florida, dating back to 1931. We had no idea what to expect, so it was a... Read more →


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Want to see some manatees in Florida? During the colder mornings in December, January, and February, you can stop by Manatee Park in Lee County. Located in the Fort Myers area at 10901 State Road 80, the manatees huddle in to the canal to keep warm. They are there on... Read more →


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Want the best place to go shelling in Florida? It's on Sanibel Island! Located near Fort Myers, Sanibel Island is a mecca for those who love shelling and collecting seashells! We have went to Sanibel Island every year for a trip for the past decade. We love it there! You... Read more →


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This week, while camping on Sanibel Island, we decided to drive over to Hickey Creek Mitigation Park in Alva, Florida, to hike. Every time we stay on Sanibel Island we leave for one of the days to go hike somewhere new. Hickey Creek Mitigation Park was our hiking destination for... Read more →


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While camping at Hanna Park in Jacksonville we like to take hikes in the area. This is our fourth time camping at Hanna Park and we try to explore different trails each time. This time we decided to check out Spanish Pond Trail, which is located in the Timucuan Preserve,... Read more →


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