Between its beautiful oceanfront location and endless opportunities for outdoor fun, the Outer Banks remains a timeless family vacation destination. Here are more than a few ideas for making the most of your time in this special summer spot.
Virginia Beach’s Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge was originally established in 1938, as a haven for migratory birds. It now spans more than 9,000 acres, expanding nearly 5,000 acres since 1988, and continues to be a primary stopping point for both feeding and rest during the journey south. It draws more birds now than ever, thanks to a buffer zone that reduces pollution from chemicals and fertilizers.
Florida is known for its incredible array of beaches. From the seashell lined shores surrounding Naples to the party filled atmosphere in Miami there is truly something for everyone.
But, one part of Florida that was made to attract those looking to enjoy the absolute natural beauty of Florida’s beaches and coastal sea life has to be Merritt Island and Canaveral National Seashore. Here, you won’t find sandwich shops, arcade boardwalks, and souvenir kiosks, nope these 23 miles of undeveloped land has been left just as it was intended to be enjoyed.