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Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park

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Top Spots In South Florida To Propose

From quirky to sophisticated, here is a list of South Florida’s most romantic venues for a wedding proposal.

CBS4–04/04/2014

Source: National Park Service

Top Parks In South Florida

Find peace and restoration in the tranquility of one of South Florida’s top-rated parks.

03/29/2014

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Top Spots For A Picnic In Miami

The warm, tropical splendor of Miami is best enjoyed on a picnic blanket. Whether it’s a romantic lunch for two, an afternoon of fun with the kids or a large family gathering, a sun-soaked picnic in this city is the only way to savor summers here. These, the city’s best picnic spots, feature great landscape, ample space and additional onsite amenities that only enhance the experience.

02/06/2014

(Source: www.coconutgrove.com)

What To Do With One Day In South Florida

After polling a group of Miami natives and South Florida locals, here are the results of the most iconic, most scenic and most flavorful spots to experience if you only had 24 hours.

10/05/2013

Hollywood Beach Broadwalk  (Source: Wikipedia Common Use)

Best Public Beaches To Spend A Summer Day In South Florida

Choose any of these options for a memorable summer afternoon at the beach if you want to go for a swim, get in a good tan or have an afternoon picnic with family and friends,

06/08/2013

Source: www.mods.org

Best Ways To Celebrate Earth Day 2013 In South Florida

Celebrate Earth Day this year by getting outdoors and appreciating your surroundings.

CBS4–04/22/2013

Grinch and Eve were released back into the ocean after rehabbing at the Miami Seaquarium. (Source: CBS4)

Rehabbed Grinch, Eve Released Back Into The Wild

A pair of loggerhead turtles had a homecoming of sorts after they were released back into the wild off Key Biscayne.

CBS4–03/13/2012

(Source: www.floridastateparks.org/lloydbeach)

Tar Balls Found On Hollywood, Key Biscayne Beaches

In addition to rough surf, rip currents and some Portuguese Man of War, beachgoers at two popular South Florida state parks had to deal with another unwanted distraction – tar balls.

CBS4–04/24/2011