How to Explore the St. Petersburg Pier

Located on 26 acres, St. Pete Pier has plenty to do for every visitor. It doesn’t matter if you’re visiting with friends, on a date or taking the kids out for a day in the sun. There won’t be a lack of activities to explore. As you enter the pier at the east end of 1st Street S., you’ll find the Marketplace where local artists and vendors sell products out of their kiosks. If you look to your left as you walk towards the water, you’ll find the St. Petersburg Museum of History. While technically

Volkswagen Camper Van - A Fun Way To Get Out

Camping is something a lot of people have been thinking about lately. It’s a great way to get outside with your friends or family while still not being right on top of people. One unique way to go camping is to do it in a Volkswagen camper van. If you’re live in or are planning on visiting the St. Petersburg/Tampa area, you can rent a Volkswagen camper van from Florida Old Scool Campers. We rented one a few years back, and it’s still a great memory for my family. Here’s a recap of where we went

11 Travel-Friendly Honeymoon Beauty Products from Black-Owned Brands

The wedding is over, now it’s time to relax! But that doesn’t mean letting your skincare and beauty routine slide. Keeping your skin refreshed and maintained is just as important for couples on their honeymoon as it was prior to the wedding. Here are 11 skincare and beauty products from Black-owned businesses that are perfect for the honeymoon and small enough (under 3.4 oz) for carry-on luggage.

Florida Black Heritage Trail

Black history in Florida goes back hundreds of years. From the time Spanish explorers first arrived, African descendants have helped develop the state to what it is. To recognize these contributions, the Florida’s Visitors Bureau created the Florida Black Heritage Trail. Highlighting locations where these events happened, the trail tells the story of Black Floridians. Here’s some suggestions of places to visit from the Florida Black Heritage Trail: The Old Florida exhibit at Tallahassee Museum

Best Places For RV and Tent Camping in Florida

Ready to get outside and enjoy nature? If you’ve had enough of being inside, a great way to get the family out is to go camping. Florida is known for its theme parks, but did you know that there are some excellent places to go camping? Here are some of the best places for RV and tent camping in Florida. Note: Be sure to check individual sites to see if they are open. Florida State Parks began re-opening their camping sites on May 21, 2020 on a limited basis. Cabin rentals at Florida State Park

Day Trips From St. Petersburg, FL

There’s a good reason why St. Petersburg, FL is known as ‘The Sunshine City’ – with an average of 248 days of sun per year, St. Pete is always a fun time and a great place. to visit. Once you’ve arrived though, what should you do? There’s lot of great things to take advantage of in the city and surrounding areas. So here are some great day trips from St. Petersburg that you can do: The largest collection of Salvador Dali paintings and sculptures outside of Europe is located in downtown St. Pete
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