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Florida’s Northern Gulf Coast

A 200-mile road trip along U.S. Highway 98 from the Emerald Coast to the Forgotten Coast Photos by Mark and Emily Fagan Traveling on Interstate 10 from Arizona to Florida,…
Featured, Travel

Kayaking Florida’s Lower Keys: Paddling to Adventure

Get a close look at the natural side of Florida’s Lower Keys from the seat of a kayak Kayaks are ideal for exploring the vibrant ecosystems that flourish in Florida’s…
Getaways, Top Stories

Daytona Beach: Beyond the Sand and Speed

An alternative view of the famous beach town in Florida reveals much beyond flash and sparkle the city is most noted for On a quintessential sunny Florida day, my husband…

Finding Hemingway in Key West, Florida

On the trail of the famous author’s favorite hangouts in Florida’s Key West for a delicious and rewarding journey through a tropical paradise There are dozens of reasons to visit…

Disney World’s Fort Wilderness Campground

Camping at the Most Magical Place on Earth puts a spell on families in Florida’s theme-park mecca My husband, Jeremy, is the quintessential Disney Dad. He grew up visiting Walt…

Sponsored Content: 4 Reasons to Relax in Florida’s Lower Keys

Leisure and adventure blend for the perfect vacation cocktail Florida’s Lower Keys reward visitors with ample relaxation and memorable adventures on sunny ocean shores. You can lounge in a campsite…
RV Parks & Campgrounds, Top Stories

Getaway: St. Joseph Peninsula, Florida

  Tranquil marshes, unspoiled beaches and secluded campsites await along the Sunshine State’s Forgotten Coast   Nestled inconspicuously between Florida’s vibrant capital city of Tallahassee and the tourist mecca of…
Destinations, Top Stories

Enjoy the Fred Marquis Pinellas Trail

In 1888 the first train on the Orange Belt Railroad arrived in St. Petersburg, Fla. Now — one hundred years later — a rails-to-trails conversion of that same railroad corridor…

Picture-Perfect Pensacola

The trip from Alabama’s panhandle into Florida’s better-known panhandle is a short one, but in terms of the differences between the two states, the transition from one border to another…