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Monday, February 19, 2018

Recreational Harvest starts March 1st for Snook; a Premier Florida Fish!

The recreational harvest season for one of Florida’s premier fish, snook, reopens to harvest March 1, 2018 in Florida’s Gulf of Mexico state and adjacent federal waters, including Everglades National Park and Monroe County. Anglers may continue to catch and release snook during the closed season.

The Splash Pad in Downtown Ocala will be opening soon!

The splash pad at Citizens’ Circle in Downtown Ocala will reopen for the spring in March. Bring the kids for a fun day at the splash pad in beautiful...

Florida’s Water Levels

For those of you that don't live or play near a Central Florida lake or waterway, you probably don't realize how much water has truly gone away. These photos are...

Ocala Business Spotlight: What’s it going to be?

So does anyone know what's going into the old Key West Fashions building in Silver Springs?  It's a great building uniquely situated near Silver Springs & Wild Waters.

High-Speed Ferry Service to Grand Bahama & Bimini!

Tired of being in Central Florida? You can now book a fast high-speed ferry to Grand Bahama and/or Bimini! The non-stop high-speed ferry to Grand Bahama and/or Bimini is a big game changer for the Islands! Here’s more information on the high-speed ferries to Grand Bahama, Bahamas, and now; to Bimini.

The Ocala National Forest

The Ocala National Forest is located north of Orlando between the Ocklawaha and St. Johns Rivers. Encompassing approximately 383,000 acres, it is the southernmost forest in the continental United...

NOAA Fisheries Announces Red Snapper Will Remain Closed in South Atlantic Federal Waters in...

NOAA Fisheries announces red snapper will remain closed to commercial and recreational fishing in South Atlantic federal   waters   in   2016.  Red snapper remains closed as the total number of...