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Devil’s Den

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Devil’s Den, Williston: Florida’s amazing system of underground springs includes Devil’s Den Spring, a privately owned scuba diving training center in Williston. Scuba divers and snorkelers descend into an underground spring inside a dry cave that has been home to many extinct animal fossils dating back to the Pleistocene Age. Relicts are on display at […]

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Amelia Island Horseback Riding

Destinations

Amelia Island Horseback Riding, Fernandina Beach: Amelia Island is part of the Sea Islands chain of barrier islands on Florida’s Atlantic coast and a popular destination known for its luxury resorts, golf courses and numerous sandy beaches. The Main Beach Park has sand dunes, a boardwalk and public sports and recreation facilities. One very special […]

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Campfire Brownies

Camping Recipes

Campfire Brownies… it doesn’t seem possible that these two words go together, but, oh do they! As camping aficionados know, food somehow is just better when cooked outdoors and brownies are no exception! Keeping it simple, all that is needed is your favorite box brownie mix, necessary ingredients, your favorite toppings like pecans or chocolate chips […]

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Florida RV Shows are the Best

RV Lifestyle

Fall has come to Florida to kick off the start of our famous RV Show season!  From the greatest RV Show in the world at the Tampa Fairgrounds to the regional multi-dealer shows held across the state, there is no doubt that when it comes to having fun and seeing RV’s, Florida does it best! […]

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Easy Pumpkin Soup

Camping Recipes

Believe it or not, there are more amazing dinner options when camping than just grilling! A go-to option is a hearty soup and this time of year, Pumpkin Soup really hits the spot. This is a very easy recipe with minimal ingredients and can be cooked at home, in your RV, over a grill or […]

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Edison & Ford Winter Estates

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Edison & Ford Winter Estates, Ft. Myers: Touring the Ft. Myers winter homes of Thomas Edison and Henry Ford, two famous friends who spent years as neighbors on the Caloosahatchee River, is a beautiful journey into the past. Edison bought his property in 1906 and Ford bought the house next door in 1916. Only a […]

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Coral Castle

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Coral Castle, Homestead: What inspired Edward Leedskalnin to spend 28 years secretly carving 1,100 tons of coral rock into a sculpture garden, with nothing but homemade tools? No one knows for sure, but Leedskalnin happily greeted visitors during the 1940s to his fantasy world called Coral Castle, charging a mere 10 cents for admission. Today […]

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Florida Kayaking

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Kayaking is a great way to see Florida’s best waterways! As you read about outdoor fun in Florida, a common theme emerges: water. Florida is blessed with beautiful springs, remote lakes, coastal estuaries, shallow ocean fishing sites, rivers, creeks and streams. And one of the best ways to experience all the outstanding natural waterways in Florida is by kayak. […]

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Chili-Lime Grilled Corn

Camping Recipes

One of the classic street foods in India is grilled corn rubbed with lime, chili powder and salt; it is absolutely fabulous and easy to make in an RV or at home. Here in Florida, we like to add fresh basil to the salt for an added complexity but this can easily be omitted if […]

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Top Florida Freshwater Springs

Florida Freshwater Springs

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Florida is full of natural treasures yet few make it more unique than its 900 freshwater springs – the highest concentration on the planet. Springs are part of a dramatic cycle of water flow in Florida: more than 150 billion gallons of rain fall here daily and what seeps into Florida’s underground limestone rock structure (think Swiss cheese) replenishes a vast […]

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