Like many South Floridians, more than likely you’ve jumped the waves, dined at a few fancy restaurants and had your share of fantastic shopping. Florida is an amazing destination for a family vacation, a work retreat or just a day off. But there’s another side to the Sunshine State few of us have had the chance to explore, the Everglades.
Beyond oranges and theme parks, there’s an even more compelling reason to love the Sunshine State: the alligators.
Yellowfin tuna are normally a deepwater roaming fish found far offshore of land. But Sunday, a young Destin, Fla., fishing professional, vacationing in the Florida Keys, orchestrated an unorthodox catch of a yellowfin swimming lazily in a resort’s shallow-water oceanside boat basin in Islamorada.
Beat the heat this summer and take in an adventure you’ll remember forever at Everglades Holiday Park.
Avid fisherman and amateurs alike appreciate the opportunities South Florida provides. Venturing into the Sunshine State for a day of fishing is an experience unlike any other. But if you’re interested in journeying somewhere truly magnificent in search of the “big one”, you simply must consider the Everglades. No boat? No worries, Everglades Holiday Park can rent you everything you need for a day of fun in the sun, Florida fishing at its best.
Refer to this visitor’s guide to Yellowstone National Park – the world’s first national park featuring more geysers than any other location in the world.
Every couple should make plans at least once in their relationship to experience the romance of the Poconos. This area offers couples plenty of things to do, both in their room and out of it.
Everglades Holiday Park is hosting “Gator Kids Day” on August 9th for a great back-to-school adventure.
Everglades Holiday Park is pleased to announce a partnership with the Dan Marino Foundation to help promote autism awareness and raise funds for well deserving children and young adults living with autism and other developmental disabilities.
Dust off your nets and tickle sticks, South Florida, the 2014 mini-season is around the corner.