• The Adventurer – March 2016

    In this issue:

    – Old Florida Charm

    – Sample Stay & Play Itinerary: Be a Family Reunion Hero

    – Cypress Lakes Preserve: A Shady Sanctuary

    – Adventure Coast Fishing Report

    Old Florida Charm

    Welcome back!
    Even for those who have never visited before, the charm of time untouched surrounds you throughout much of Florida’s Adventure Coast.

    Nostalgia is treasured and celebrated at such places as Weeki Wachee Springs State Park, Boyett’s Citrus Attraction and Mary’s Fish Camp. Stay waterside at Hernando Beach Condos and dine at Papa Joe’s Italian Restaurant, all of which have long called this area home.

    Read the story More about Florida Charm

     

    Be a Family Reunion Hero

    Sample Stay & Play Itinerary

    View Sample Itinerary on map

    More than ever, family generations vacation together and Florida’s Adventure Coast is just the right place to do it. Not only is it an affordable lodging base in the geographic center of the state, you need only travel a short distance for a wide variety of fun things to do. Share experiences and make new memories with this easy-to-arrange plan. Gather grandparents, small children and everyone in between to adore you and your brilliance as their Family Reunion Hero!

    Read the story Be a Family Reunion Hero

     

     

    Cypress Lakes Preserve: A Shady Sanctuary

    by Jim King, Conservation Lands Specialist

    Cypress Lakes Preserve, in eastern Hernando County, covers 331 acres, but seems larger on foot going around the wetlands. The preserve’s value as a nature park is largely due to its unusual variety of vegetation communities and the mixture of wetlands and uplands. The uplands are special because they support scarce oak saw palmetto scrub and longleaf pine sandhill vegetation communities which are habitat for numerous uncommon plants and animals.

    Read the story Learn More about Cypress Lakes Preserve

     

     

    Adventure Coast Fishing Report

    by Capt. Josh Fritz

    Spring Fishing is in full swing along Florida’s Adventure Coast. Red fish and snook are taking over the back waters from Aripeka to Chassahowitzka. Look around outside points such as creek mouths and mangrove shorelines. An incoming tide is producing the best action.

    Fishing Report

    Upcoming Events

    There is much to celebrate around the Adventure Coast. Be sure to check FloridasAdventureCoast.com to view the full calendar. New events are added every day!

    March 11-12-13, 2016
    Weeki Wachee SwampFest

     

    March 12-13, 2016
    Art in the Park – Fine Art, Craft and Music Festival

    March 19-20, 2016
    Disc Golf: Throw Down the Mountain IV, Pro Divisions –  PDGA A-Tier

    Events

     

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