Camp Gilead is a Christian Camp and Conference Center located in Polk City, FL, just 20 minutes from Walt Disney World, centrally located between Tampa and Orlando! We exist to provide a fun and exciting environment to win others to Christ and to assist local churches in training and discipleship through a quality camp ministry.
Our goal is to provide an array of shooting sports to our University community in a friendly and safe atmosphere. The club provides instruction by fully certified instructors (as available) in gun safety and the techniques of shotgun shooting. We're now certified by USA Shooting as a regional training center for Olympic Trap ! We're continuing to increase membership at the club by offering a warm welcome to all students, ladies, hunters and clay shooting enthusiasts. Come out to see us, you'll be welcome and glad you did.
The Tallahassee Museum – Where North Florida's history, nature, and wildlife intersect. From amazing native animals and rare historic buildings to beautiful natural scenery to exciting public programs, special events, and educational programs, there's something here for everyone.
The Tallahassee Museum is located on Tallahassee's southwest side of town on the shores of beautiful Lake Bradford.
Hawthorne Athletic Park is located on State Road 20 at 6000 SE 205 St. The Park features four baseball/softball fields, a multipurpose field, a playground, concession stand, and a large picnic pavilion. Hawthorne Youth Sports, a nonprofit community group, holds practices, games, and tournaments for Hawthorne youth athletic teams at this facility.
The park is owned and maintained by the City of Hawthorne. Locate on Johnson Lake at 6905 SE U.S. Highway 301; it features a boat ramp, fishing pier, playground and picnic facilities. The park closes at dusk.
Pathfinder’s primary objective is to teach personal, social, and environmental responsibility through activity-based learning. We provide programs for youth and adults with an emphasis on community. Our programs offer new insights in greater problem-solving, healthy decision-making, and responsibility for themselves and others. Working together to identify and achieve common goals, participants gain new skills in resolving conflicts and effective collaboration while developing leadership skills and enhancing communication.
St. Mary’s Shoals Park is located on the St. Mary's River giving the public nearly two miles of striking tannin-stained river frontage and its white sandy shoals. The park goers have a variety of resource based recreational opportunities on this 2568 acre site along the Florida-Georgia border.
The park offers 768 acres of pine flatwoods, scrub oak, cypress swamps and oak hammocks with over 20 miles of hiking, mountain biking and equestrian trails. Tent camping, picnic pavilions, lodge, barbeque grills, kayaking, park programs, river overlook and a fishing pier are also
available. Located along the Caloosahatchee River, it is an area rich in natural history.
This second Environmentally Endangered Lands Program Management and Education Center is a modern educational facility with classrooms, an interactive exhibit room, a library, offices, auditorium, restrooms and a gift shop. The center provides a focal point for the Archie Carr Refuge and the associated barrier island by providing exhibit space, a presentation hall, and ongoing educational programs that promote stewardship of the area’s fragile natural resources.
From Ice Age animals to Native Americans to early pioneers, Pine Island Conservation Area has a rich history. Mastodon tusks, pottery sherds, and 19th century farm tools found on site help piece together the story of this special place.
Come inside the oldest standing home in Brevard County, the 1875 Sams family cabin. Travel back in time here and along the paved trail where interactive exhibits highlight Pine Island's many past inhabitants.