The Flagler Sportfishing Club is one of the largest fishing clubs in North Central Florida with over 500 family members and growing. The Club was founded in 1990 and is a non-profit organization. Our "Guiding Principal" is to teach fishing to beginners and to give back to the community in many forms including Kids Fishing Clinics and multiple club and public family events throughout the year. In 2019, the Club taught over 500 kids, many of whom caught their first fish ever at our clinics.
White Oak Conservation Summer Camp offers an array of programs that are sure to excite every child! White Oak summer camp provides experiential learning opportunities that immerse campers in all that White Oak has to offer. Your camper will not only gain intimate knowledge of threatened species from our expert staff of zoologists, veterinarians, and researchers, but will have the opportunity to interact with them in a way that brings meaning to conservation.
Deer Point Angler's Club provides students and their families opportunities to learn together on how to become ethical anglers and conservation stewards. At Deer Point Elementary School we believe that all of our students will be a success. We focus on learning for all, student safety, responsibility, and respect. Together we can make the difference for the students by working to develop model citizens through the use of Positive Behavior Support (PBS) and school-wide expectations. Our slogan: C.A.S.T.
10 CAN is a not-for-profit organization designed to Save Heroes through Faith, Family, and the Great Outdoors. Our mission is to heal heroes, raise warriors, and restore families through outdoor recreation, education, and rehabilitation. We rally communities to support military and first responder families, diversify the outdoors by recruiting minorities, and feed underprivileged families. Our programs consist of Hunting, Fishing, Farming, Survival, and Disaster Response.
The Southeastern Dog Hunters Association (SEDHA) was originally organized as the Blackwater Dog Hunters Association in 2012 out of Santa Rosa County, Florida but, quickly changed its name to represent members across the United States. Our primary base of members resides and hunts in Florida’s Hunting Zone D (Tallahassee to Escambia County). We strive to recruit, retain & reactivate men and woman in outdoor activities by offering a variety of opportunities to youth and families.
The City of Sarasota Parks & Recreation District seeks provide diverse recreational opportunities for residents and visitors through facilities and programs that meet the needs of the community while increasing their quality of life. Our Bayfront Community Center offers room rentals and a salt water fishing camp.
Collier-Seminole State Park features recreational camping with 105 campsites, water and electrical hook-ups, laundry facilities and three bathhouses with hot showers. A primitive backpacking site is also available via the northern trail and a remote primitive camping site on the river at "Grocery Place" is available with reservations by calling the park office at 239-394-3397. Four walking/hiking/biking trails are available but expect limited access during certain times of the year. Please call the ranger station for trail conditions.
Anastasia State Park is part of the Florida Park Service, under the Department of Environmental Protection. Conveniently located in the bustling historic town of St. Augustine, Anastasia State Park also provides beautiful beach recreation. Outdoor educational programs for school groups are offered as well as interpretive programs such as marsh and beach walks with a ranger, and sea turtle and history programs for the whole family.
Everything we do at Outdoor Youth Adventures is to enhance the lives of local youth by providing them opportunities to get outside, experience the Florida outdoors, and become stewards of the local environment. We are able to do so through educational programs, exploration, adventure and experiential learning.
The mission of TASCO Teen Fishing Club is to provide an opportunity for teens to participate in a no-fee program that will teach them the art of fishing, conservation, and promoting marine stewardship with emphasis on safety. The TASCO Teen Fishing Club uses fishing to build youth's self-esteem and self-confidence, working to ensure that every child gets an opportunity to experience the thrill of sport fishing and a basic introduction in the marine sciences.