Biscayne National Park

Emerald Islands, aquamarine water and colorful reefs combine history (presidents, pirates, shipwrecks) with boating, snorkeling , camping and years of history and wildlife to enjoy for a wonderful adv... Read More


The county seat or rural Sumter County has a population of just over 2,300 residents. Bushnell’s motto is “Committed to the Quality of Life” and offers just enough convenience and rural ambiance... Read More

Everglades City

The Gateway to the 10,000 Islands, is a mix of old and new fishing/hunting and eco-boating cultures and home to the historic Rod & Gun Club. With a present population of 400, Everglades City was ... Read More


Home to the Pioneer Village. Barberville regularly holds a bi-monthly Farm Swap Market with natural produce and farm animals along with various other rural items for sale.... Read More

North Miami Beach

Located midway between Miami and Ft. Lauderdale and adjacent to the Golden Glades Interchange where I-95, Florida’s Turnpike, and the Palmetto Expressway meet, North Miami Beach is truly at the ... Read More

Cutler Bay

In January 2005, the residents of what is now known as Cutler Bay voted to incorporate. After months of work, theTown Charter was approved on November 8, 2005, and was effective the next day, making t... Read More

St Cloud

The City of St. Cloud is home to 40,000 residents approximately 26 miles southeast of Orlando. St. Cloud was originally founded April 16, 1909 as a retirement community for Civil War Union Soldiers, g... Read More


Homestead with its location just north of the gateway to the Florida Keys; 30 miles south of Miami, is situated between Biscayne National Park to the east with its barrier islands and coral reefs and... Read More

Ichetucknee Springs State Park

The Ichetucknee River flows six miles through hammocks and floodplain forests. The upper 3.5-mile stretch of the river is protected with eight major springs and remains Florida’s most pristine sprin... Read More