At the Myakka Canopy Walkway, anybody can get a bird's eye view of the forest. The elevated boardwalk walkway, 85 feet long and suspended 25 feet above the ground, is the highlight of any trip to this state park.
The ins and outs of grouper season regulations are confusing. Tampa Bay Times outdoors critic explains it all and shows us where you can hook plenty of grouper in Tampa Bay.
Tampa Bay Times outdoors editor Terry Tomalin hits the trail at Brooker Creek Preserve in this everyday adventures.
The red and white 52 M11 MirrOlure, which perhaps has been the best-selling artificial bait in Tampa Bay for more than 40 years, sets the standard for all hard-plastic, slow-sinking plugs.
Terry Tomalin, outdoors editor with the Tampa Bay Times takes us to the Withlacoochee trail where you can ride tricycles for miles.
Weedon Island Preserve's new Paul Getting Memorial Trail is 1.27 miles of boardwalk that takes hikers deep into the mangroves to observation platforms and a tower.
Newton Perry knew he had found something special when he first set eyes on the spot the Seminoles had named " Weeki Wachee" or "Little Spring."
Tourists come from all over the United States to spend a few days in paradise, but as soon as many Tampa Bay residents get a few days off, they are ready to flee north, south, anywhere but here.
Tampa Bay Times Outdoors/Fitness Editor Terry Tomalin shares his top 10 tips for fishing trips involving the kids.
Now, more than a century later, visitors can tour the grounds and step back to a time when the Seminoles ruled these swamps.
Many boaters agree there is not better place to anchor up and take a dive than off the mouth of Tampa Bay at Egmont Key.
It's hot and humid, hardly a day for a hike. But don't be fooled by appearances. There's another world waiting to be discovered where you'll find the temperature cooler and the air a little fresher in the shade.
For years, the folks in Citrus County have kept the spring-fed waterway known as the " Chaz " to themselves.
While you have your pick of places in the Tampa Bay area to fish, there's one spot where no license or boat is required.
Everyday Adventures with Terry Tomlin: Ft De Soto biking trails