Missing Everglades Kayaker Found SafeA man who went missing in the Everglades during a kayak trip has been found.
Wildlife Officials Show Residents How To Capture Burmese PythonsWildlife specialists are demonstrating local Florida residents the technique to hunt and capture invasive Burmese pythons.
Top South Florida Biking SpotsDon't miss these five great locations to go mountain biking in South Florida.
Top Hiking Trails In South FloridaDon't miss these great hiking trails in South Florida this summer.
Top Summer Backpacking Trips Near South FloridaSouth Florida is a land of unspoiled natural beauty which is best seen up close. Whether you choose to hike, bike or paddle through Florida’s wilderness areas, there’s no shortage of plant life, animal life and water life to add variety to your adventure. But be prepared, weather conditions range from daily afternoon thunderstorms in Everglades National Park to baking in the sun on the Florida Trail.
Python Challenge Returns To South Florida In 2016South Florida’s Burmese Python hunt will return after all.
Safety First As Divers Prepare For Start Of Lobster Mini-Season Lobster mini season kicks off Wednesday at 12:01 a.m. prompting local leaders to celebrate as well as authorities to remind the public of the rules.
Exclusive: Huge Python Captured At Shark Valley In Everglades National ParkA giant python captured at Shark Valley in Everglades National Park may be the second largest python ever caught in the State of Florida.
Top Spots To Go Star And Moon Gazing Near South FloridaWith or without a telescope, South Florida has plenty of ways to go stargazing. Join a local club or search out the stars on your own, either way you'll have an amazing experience that you can take with you anywhere.
Tropical, Everglades Parks Make Top 100 For Family FishingAh summer time, the kids are out of school, the weather is great and its time to hit the great outdoors.
Travel Guide To Florida's EvergladesHere's a practical guide for where to stay, where to dine and what to see in the Florida Everglades
Almost 3M People Visited South Florida's National Parks In 2014Almost three million people visited South Florida's national parks, generating over $231 million for the local economy last year, the National Park Service said.