Here are the best tent camping sites in South Florida - from the editors at South Florida Finds.
Whether you live in South Florida, are visiting the area for a vacation, or are just here for a day to connect to your flight or cruise, this much is true: There's a ton of outdoor activities to enjoy. Which South Florida outdoor activities are your best bets besides the standard ones like tanning at the beach, jumping in the pool, or fishing? Let's have a look at SoFlo's best bets that will give you the most bang for your buck.
Want a hobby that will get you relaxed, get you in shape, and get you in touch with the great outdoors? If so, then you won't find a more perfect hobby than stand-up paddleboarding (SUP), especially if you live in or are planning to visit the South Florida area. Worried that it looks too hard? Don't.
South Florida has no shortage of hotspots, but it also has plenty of places where you can relax and enjoy nature. It just so happens that many of those relaxing places come in the form of beaches, lakes, ponds, and the like, and besides swimming, they're the perfect spots for stand-up paddleboarding. Where should you go in South Florida if you're looking for the ideal SUP experience? We'll list some of the best bets this beautiful part of the country has to offer. Enough of the intro, let's get into that list!
Whether you live near Key West, hope to visit by car, or have it as part of your upcoming cruise itinerary, one thing's for sure: You'll want to bring the kids along. Why? Because Key West has a ton of kid-friendly activities that offer an enjoyable experience for the entire family. There are too many kid-friendly attractions in Key West to include in just one article, but we'll do our best to give you the best bets while you're down there with the following list:
What is South Florida famous for? A lot of things, but if you ask most people, it's sun, sand, and lovely beaches. While some use South Florida's fantastic weather and water to tan and swim, others prefer something a bit more athletic: stand-up paddleboarding (SUP). As its name suggests, stand-up paddleboarding is where you stand at full height on a paddleboard. What's the point of this type of paddleboarding? First, it's fun. Second, it gives you a great view of what's in the water beneath you and your surroundings. Third, it's peaceful and lets you connect with nature.
Camping in Bahia Honda State Park is a nice alternative to all the glitzy hustle and bustle that certain SoFlo locales like South Beach have to offer. While you certainly don't need much to have fun at this beautiful state park at mile marker 37 in the Florida Keys' Big Pine Key, you should come prepared to make the most out of your trip.
Family recreation in South Florida is available to all regardless of ability. Beaches across the area have beach wheelchairs, pools have chair lifts and playgrounds now are being built with ramps so that the entire family can participate in play! South Florida Finds wanted to make a list of some wonderful places to go with the whole family so that no one feels left out. We realize that sometimes a parent, grandparent, aunt/uncle or child with different abilities may feel challenged to locate places to go with friends and family. Have fun exploring some of these wonderful options!
Once the kids master the tricycle and later get accustomed to 2 wheels, they are ready for family explorations! What better way to bond with each other and encourage this new skill than by choosing some biking adventures to do together? Well maintained bicycle trails abound in the South Florida area. We have selected some of our favorite locations for an enjoyable family bike ride!