High Mountain Camping LLC selling Camping gear, hunting, fishing, shooting and reloading supplies
Mission: Making you at home in the outdoors
Our New Rugged Rhino Tiny Camper from the Tiny Camper Company LLC out of 9 days we have had it 5 have been spent in it. What a great value. We have stayed at Edward Medard country park and Ft DeSoto county park. We have had a great time in the short time we have had it. #tinycampercompanyllc
Can’t wait for our new camper The Rugged Rino made by The Tiny Camper Co. in Groveland Florida.
Exploring Florida State Parks with Wild Marks
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Snowing at the Grand Canyon national Park at Mather campgrounds
Snow at the Grand Canyon national Park at Mather Campground May 20 2019 A walk around Mather Campground May 20, 2019 looking at the snow and snow covered cam...
A hike down Bright Angel Trail in the Grand Canyon National Park
A hike down Friday angel trail at the Grand Canyon national Park.
Camp at Bright Angel in the Grand Canyon National Park
The Gate coming out of the Big Cypress Swamp
Not the way you want to come out from a hike
Exploring the Mayan Ruins in Cozumel Mexico
Exploring Spooky Bridge (The Old Quitman Bridge) in Quitman Georga Created with Movie Studio
Old abandon cabin on 84 in Georgia just west of Quitman Ga
Forest Capitail State Park in Perry Florida
Forest Capital Museum State Park is a 13 acre State Park. It is 1 mile south of Perry Florida on US19/US 98 The Museum has displays that explains the history...
Out at Lovers Key State Park on a unusual day when fog set in all day
Lake Manatee state park
A look out at the Caloosahatchee creek preserve West
The Boardwalk at Caloosahatchee Creek preserve
A look at I-75 from Caloosahatchee Creek preserve
A poison ☠️ Wood tree 🌲 much like poison ☠️ ivy but worst
A little hike at Caloosahatchee Creek Preserve
Estero Bay Preserve State Park
The first aquatic preserve established in Florida, this is one of the most productive estuaries in the state. The bay is home to a wide variety of wildlife, including the bald eagle. The preserve protects the water, inlets, and islands along 10 miles of Estero Bay. Visitors can canoe or kayak in the bay or on the Estero River. Launch facilities are available at Koreshan State Historic Site and Lovers Key/Carl E. Johnson State Park. Miles of trails offer visitors the opportunity to hike, bicycle or study the variety of wildlife and native vegetation protected here. There are gopher tortoises, fiddler crabs, slash pines, and live oaks. Located near Estero, between Fort Myers and Naples.
This land was acquired to buffer the Estero Bay from encroaching development in the watershed. The preservation and protection of Estero Bay's water quality is a primary focus in managing the preserve.
Koreshan State Park
Throughout its history, Florida has welcomed pioneers of all kinds. Cyrus Reed Teed was probably the most unusual, bringing followers to Estero in 1894 to build New Jerusalem for his new faith, Koreshanity. The colony, known as the Koreshan Unity, believed that the entire universe existed within a giant, hollow sphere. The colony began fading after Teed´s death in 1908, and in 1961 the last four members deeded the land to the state.
Today, visitors can fish, picnic, boat and hike where Teed´s visionaries once carried out survey experiments to prove that the horizon on the beaches of Collier County curves upward. A boat ramp and canoe rentals are available. Visitors can take self-guided tours of the settlement or a ranger-guided tour. For overnight stays, the park has a full-facility campground and campfire programs are offered seasonally.
Dr. Cyrus R. Teed's utopian community of 200 followers relocated from New York to Florida in 1894. Dr. Teed took the name Koresh, the Hebrew translation for Cyrus, meaning shepherd. The colonists believed that the entire universe existed within a giant, hollow sphere. They conducted experiments that seemed to confirm their beliefs.
The Koreshans built and operated a printing facility, boat works, cement works, sawmill, bakery, store and hostelry. Education, science and art also helped shape their community. After the death of Dr. Teed in 1908 at the age of 69, membership of his religious group began to decline. In 1961, the four remaining members deeded 305 acres of their land to the state of Florida as a park and memorial. The Koreshan Unity Settlement Historic District is on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Showing how and when the Native Americans came to Florida
Fort Cooper State Park
Fort Cooper State Park
A Memorial plaque for Mitti Wood a Muskogee Creek Indian and all she did
John B Sargeant Park
Santa Fe River Ranch Track
Trout Creek at Wilderness Park
Hillsborough River State Park
The Lake House curriculum focuses on the meaningful traditions of the authentic martial arts. It includes technical skills, self-defense, forms, etiquette, courtesy and character development.
The Innovative Wrestling Experience