Ecotourism Florida is the definitive eco-adventure online travel guide, with information about outdoor activities searchable by land or water, region of the state or even keyword.
Whether you’re planning a one-of-a-kind vacation with family, or hungry for your next adventure, we invite you to use this resource to gather important travel information. We encourage you to provide us feedback on your eco-adventures and hidden gems that we’d love to add to the website.
Florida is rich with ecotourism adventures that excite, entertain, and educate visitors and residents alike. Choose a region and explore a host of ecotourism opportunities, many unique to the region.
Camp Chowenwaw (Cho’-wen-waw) is a beautiful 150-acre site at the mouth of Black Creek, near its confluence with the St. Johns River. The Girl Scout Council of Duval County operated the site as a camp for over 70 years. The original cabins and the Big Cabin were built with federal aid using logs cut on-site.Read More
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