The Great Outdoors with a Twist during Earth Month


	Nature in Riverbend ParkMoonlight & Marshmallows
With more than 15 miles of trails for the biker and hiker in you to traverse, Riverbend Park in Jupiter offers a unique opportunity to explore its surroundings – at night.  Guided by the light of a full moon, an experienced leader charts the course for a family-oriented biking trip through the park.  Whether pedaling your own bicycle or renting one at Canoe Outfitters for just $10, visitors will spot a variety of wildlife along the tour.  The ride culminates with a giant marshmallow roast for all to enjoy.

Head Out for the Lake
For serious cyclists who can endure more time in the saddle, the Lake Okeechobee Scenic Trail (LOST) is a 110-mile circuit atop the Herbert Hoover Dike.  The trail circles the second largest freshwater lake in the contiguous United States, and it’s a trip through Florida’s lesser seen sides - rural areas and agricultural communities. If you’re not up to riding the entire trail, take a shorter trip starting in either Pahokee or Belle Glade, as there are numerous areas to access the part-paved and part-packed gravel path.

One-of-a-kind Beauty
And, finally, as the gateway to one of the seven natural wonders of North America – The Florida Everglades – The Palm Beaches lets visitors enjoy the thrill of gliding across this natural beauty on an exhilarating airboat ride.  At Loxahatchee Everglades Airboat Rides, all the boats are custom-built to protect the environment and provide the safest and most thrilling experience for passengers.