Drone Zone: Apollo Beach Park

The Apollo Beach Recreation Center has a skate park, a small dog park, running and biking track, tennis courts, and a brand-new playground and splash pad.

The view above Port Tampa Bay

It's a huge part of the area's economy, but few people really appreciate all that goes on at Port Tampa Bay. Here’s a view of the port that few have seen before.

High above the castle in the swamps

Off the beaten path in the southwest corner of Hardee County, you'll find one man's vision of a castle in the middle of the Florida swamps: Soloman's Castle.

Green Swamp keeps Florida waterways clean

Florida’s Green Swamp is is an area of ecological and hydrologic importance, and is crucial to the maintenance of our drinking water. FOX 13’s Drone Zone gives us an aerial view of its health and history.

Drone's eyes on the skies

Sure, the SkyFOX Drone is usually looking down at some of Florida's beautiful 'We Live Here' sights. But sometimes the clouds can be just a gorgeous if you take the time to look up.

Drone's view of the Morris Bridge biking trails

Looking for a fun way to get out of the house and also make sure you're social distancing? The mountain biking trails at Morris Bridge Wilderness Park in Thonotosassa look even better from above.

Clearwater Beach lives up to its name

It’s known as one of the best beaches in America, thanks to its soft, white sand and crystal clear water. From Pier 60 to all of the incredible seafood restaurants, Clearwater Beach has a lot to do.

Drone Zone: Tampa Bay Estuaries

From St. Pete to Oldsmar to the shores of Apollo Beach, the beautiful water of Tamap Bay is what this area is known for. Part of the reason it's so beautiful is the Tampa Bay Estuary program, which aims to keep trash out of the water of the Gulf of Mexico.

Drone Zone: Tennessee's Ocoee River

A lot of people from this area have headed up to Georgia and Tennessee for some summer fun. FOX 13’s Chris Cato was there a few weeks ago and brought us an overhead look at whitewater rafting along the Ocoee River.