Enjoy an Adventure Filled Vacation in Florida This Fall

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Visit Gulf County for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine.


Like I wrote a few weeks ago, my husband and I love going away. We especially like trips where we can do lots of activities. This past summer alone we spent 10 days in Maui and five in Maine visiting national parks, hiking, whale watching and always being on the go. Along with our two amazing summer trips we’ve spent weeks touring the Northwest, driving across the country and checking out the beautiful sights of Costa Rica. We’ve made it a habit to not just go away to beach vacations but to plan as many activities as possible. It’s important to use to see and do as much as we can while we’re away because we are total adventure seekers. 

We head down to Florida every year or so to visit relatives so when I saw the information on the Gulf County Adventure Guide it really piqued my interest. They have a lot of cool looking adventures to choose from that I think would be fun for us to do. I love animals so going on a turtle treasure hunt and checking out the dolphin parade is right up my alley. I’ve always wanted to see one but never had the chance to.

We’re also big kayakers and didn’t miss a chance to do that when we went to Alaska a few years ago and would love a chance to do it in a place where the temperatures aren’t so frigid. 


There are just so many thing to do in GCFL that will give us Northeasterners a break from the chill in the air during the fall season. Our extended family is always looking to travel together but with school starting in the fall it’s not always the easiest thing to do but now that we can have something that’s only a two hour flight away, it can easily become a fall tradition for us.


GCFL is hosting weekly contests where you can win a $50 gift card to enjoy on an adventure of your own. They’re picking 10 winners a week and it runs between 9/28-10/25 so enter now for your chance to snag one!

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