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Kanapaha Botanical Gardens Where: Gainesville What is it: Kanapaha Botanical Gardens is comprised of 24 major collections visually accessible from a 1 ½ mile paved walkway.
Kanapaha’s signature plants include a premier stand of Chinese royal bamboo (Wong Chuk), and–during the warm months–giant Victoria water lilies and Asian snake arums. Living History Farm Where: Gainesville What is it: The Living History Farm is located at Morningside Nature Center, Gainesville’s premier nature park.
Morningside Nature Center, is one of the last remaining examples of fire-dependent longleaf pine woodlands in the area.
Our dolphin watch and dolphin swim program is very personalized.
It is conducted off of one 28 foot and two 24-foot pontoon boats for a maximum of six guests per boat.
Her cracker style home and farm, where she lived for 25 years and wrote her Pulitzer prize-winning novel The Yearling, has been restored and is preserved as it was when she lived here.Through experiential learning and up-close animal interactions, students will discover the importance of the ocean’s fragile ecosystem—as well as ways to protect the environment in their everyday lives.Where: Panama City Beach What is it: Amusement Park Water Planet Where: Panama City Beach What is it: Swim with Dolphins educational programs, including programs for special needs children.Unless a park has a specific historic or nature feature, it will not be listed separately, but will be found under the “More Parks! We need your help to make this page as helpful as possible to others.If you know of an opportunity we should include, please tell us.