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  • Miami, Florida

    Wander through the Wynwood Walls

    There is so much to do in Wynwood, however, this adventure highlights the famous street art.  Bonus for Covid times, most of it can be done outdoors!  There are some indoor features, but that is definitely not the main attraction in my opinion.    The late Tony Goldman, a real estate developer wh...
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  • Miami, Florida

    Mountain Bike or Kayak at the Virginia Key North Point Trails

    8.2 mi / 36.5 ft gain
    Virginia Key North Point Trails offers 8.2 of mountain bike trails ranging from novice to advanced and expert. There is a variety of cool features and bridges to ride on, overlooking the beach and Downtown Miami. The trails are constantly maintained as there are volunteers every weekend. Virginia...
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  • Coral Gables, Florida

    Take a Sunrise Stroll around Matheson Hammock

    Matheson Hammock is a beautiful park in the heart of one of the oldest sections of Miami, just off of Old Culter Road.  This is far off the tourist map which is mostly confined to South Beach. However, it is just 20 minutes from the beach and 10 minutes from Downtown.  The park is enjoyed by many...
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  • Palmetto Bay, Florida

    Watch the Sunrise at the Deering Estate People's Dock

    The Deering Estate is a magnificent and historic property with a home built in 1900.  To see the house and check out its immediate property, you will need to pay to enter the gates.  However, just 50 yards south of the entry to the Estate is a small service road that leads down to the "People's D...
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  • Oakland Park, Florida

    Frisbee Golf at Easterlin Park

    Easterlin Park's 18-hole disk golf is the perfect balance of challenge and fun for all skill levels. And it is FREE. The course is one of the first to open in South Florida but every hole is very well marked. You can find a pdf of the course map and scorecard here. Expect lots of beautiful cypres...
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  • Fort Lauderdale, Florida

    Shore Dive Vista Park Reef

    This reef can be accessed from Loggerhead Park Beach in Fort Lauderdale. The reef is located around 600 feet off the shore and is around 15 feet deep making it an ideal spot for snorkeling. However, this reef is also very popular for local scuba divers and scuba classes. The reef is known for its...
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  • Miami, Florida

    Hike through Shark Valley

    15 mi
    I would like to preface this adventure by saying that if you prefer to bike Shark Valley, please reference Rob Witt's adventure "Bike through Shark Valley".  Biking is certainly the best way to see the whole trail, and not spend the entire day doing it.  Hiking (really walking) this trail is a sl...
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  • Homestead, Florida

    Hike the Anhinga Trail, Everglades

    0.8 mi / 0 ft gain
    The Anhinga trail starts at the Royal Palm visitor center and stretches .8 miles through a fascinating sawgrass marsh. Being close to the park entrance, this is a very popular and busy trail. Expect crowds. If you have a choice of season, winter is a particularly active time for wildlife and mosq...
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VISIT FLORIDA, serves as Florida's official source for travel planning. What can be discovered beyond Florida’s 825 miles of beaches? How about 320 freshwater springs, 175 state parks, infinite mangrove tunnels and hidden caverns. Let your adventure begin. Follow Your Sunshine.

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