Chris Vasquez, his wife and nine children built up Heritage Bee Farm. They produce raw, unfiltered honey, straight from the hive, but it's not just a honey operation.
Tampa’s new Urban Air Trampoline and Adventure Park has something for the whole family to enjoy. From kids to adults, everyone is invited to join in the fun.
Far from the hustle and bustle of our busy streets, there's an oasis of sorts -- just a 'one tank trip' away. Colt Creek State Park in Polk County is where you'll find 5,000 acres worth of nature.
On a chilly Saturday afternoon, the line started to grow along the Vinoy Basin. It was almost time. For many, it's their first time on the Cross-Bay Ferry.
The old Sarasota High School building sat vacant for years – until now.
As the sun begins to rise at the Tarpon Springs Sponge Docks, divers prepares for a 10-mile trip off the coast of Pinellas County. The 40-minute trip gives you time to pause and reflect on what you’re about to see.
It's become a pilgrimage for some. The green water, with a sulfur-like smell, draws visitors to Warm Mineral Springs Park in North Port.
If you’re a Bay Area hockey fan, no doubt you’ve already been to a Tampa Bay Lightning game. However, if you’re ready to take a deeper dive, there’s a way to satisfy your Bolts fandom even more.
A local distillery spices things up with their specially-crafted rum.
If you're looking for a relaxing, day-long getaway, consider visiting the Marie Selby Botanical Gardens in Sarasota.
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.
At first glance, the home might seem right out of an episode of MTV Cribs.
Travel down the back roads of Highlands County, make a turn onto East Circle Street and you'll find an open sign on a wooden porch with rocking chairs.
Want to see a meteorite from space? Or is your interest more in ancient fossils from long extinct beasts that walked the earth? What if you could see both in the same place while learning about other parts of this amazing world we live in?
There are few resorts in the sunshine state which allow visitors to indulge in modern-day luxury while paying tribute to Florida’s past.
There's a little shop in Sebring that's serving up more than just hot dogs and ice cream -- they offer hundreds of different kinds of soda.
If you're looking for speed and a piece of history, you can find it at the Sarasota Classic Car Museum.
St. Pete's skyline can be seen far in the distance, and it’s the only ‘urban’ reminder as you arrive at the Boyd Hill Nature Preserve, which is truly an escape from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Not far from the hustle and bustle of the city, high above the trees, there’s a place where you can take your adventures to new heights.
On U.S Highway 41 in Sarasota, a pink building with a gigantic flamingo and life-sized snowman will catch your attention.