Gemini Springs of Debary, FL was once a very popular gathering spot for the central Florida locals to go for a swim and beat the summer heat! However, these summer plans were canceled abruptly when there was an announcement of found evidence of enterococci bacteria in the water – this is known for causing serious human infections of the ear, nose and urinary system. The … Continue reading POSTED: NO SWIMMING – Germs at Gemini ?!
The Blue Springs State Park has been a winter wonderland for the West Indian Manatees; in fact has been one of the largest gathering sights for AGES!During the colder months, the manatees will congregate by the hundreds to enjoy the consistent 72°F water temperatures. In 1972, a wildlife documentary called The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau was able to capture this phenomenon and dedicated an … Continue reading Sea Cow Sightings at the Springs – Blue Springs State Park
The Devil’s Millhopper Geological State Park is a large bowl-shaped limestone sinkhole that is said to be about 500 feet wide and 120 feet deep!This is a definite beauty and site to see – worth the 132 step climb back to the top! The surrounding areas are rich with vegetation and wildlife , giving the ULTIMATE rainforest vibes! Here are a few shots of what … Continue reading Florida’s Rainforest – The Devil’s Millhopper
The Cedar Lakes Woods and Gardens is a man’s dream fishing hole turned extravagant garden! With over 20 acres of trails, koi ponds and waterfalls, the gardens present a beautiful display of wildlife. Along with the abundance of flora, and Fauna such as insects, squirrels, domesticated cats, koi fish and even a 100 pound catfish known as “Big Ben” brings Cedar Lakes to life! Check … Continue reading Sightseeing at Cedar – Cedar Lakes Woods and Gardens