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All ages are welcome!

The purpose of this group is to enjoy the great outdoors and making and enjoying being with friends. Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach counties will be the location of many of our adventurous activities involving indoor and outdoors. Join us for South Florida events, adventures and social gatherings.

Among the activities that we enjoy are: boating, kayaking, sailing, snorkeling, scuba diving, horseback riding, bicycling and canoeing. We travel to nature centers and state parks for hiking and exploration.

Our indoor events include bowling, parties, board and game nights, dinner and movie nights and even our Super Bowl party!

In fact, we have lots of events and adventures that practically anyone, whether you are a single, family or couple, can enjoy! We would love to hear from our members with new ideas that would be fun for our group!

WE DO NOT CHARGE ANY DUES OR FEES; all costs on the site are ONLY what the vendor charges us for events.

We look forward to you joining GET OUT THERE ADVENTURES!!!

Your participation in any of our activities is your acknowledgment that you are solely responsible for your own assessment of your abilities and your physical fitness to participate in that activity. Walkers and hikers must be physically fit and by joining any event you agree to waive all rights and claims for damages against Get Out There Adventures in South Florida, it's Organizers and Assistant Organizers.

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(PS - We require that the photo in your profile be a current one of yourself. We like to identify you in the crowd at your first Meetup with us!)

Upcoming events (2)

Fern Forest 3 mile walk

Fern Forest Nature Center

Morning walk, through Fern Forest and board walk This 247.1-acre Designated Urban Wilderness Area takes its name from the abundance of ferns (more than 30 species) found on the property. It was this botanical richness that attracted the interest of scientists from Florida Atlantic University and Broward Community College (now Broward College), who in 1979 published an article called "A Tropical Fern Grotto in Broward County, Florida" in the American Fern Journal. "Vegetation in the area is complex, with swamp forest, hammocks, pinelands, and fallow fields," noted the article. The researchers indicated that they had discovered "over 200 species of plants, and the list grows with each visit," and characterized the site as "the last remaining stronghold of ferns in southeastern Florida." In fact, 10 plant communities have been identified within the nature center, making it one of the finest examples of preserved native plant communities in South Florida. The nature center is also part of the Great Florida Birding and Wildlife Trail (http://www.floridabirdingtrail.com/). Entrance Boardwalk: There is an informational kiosk located at the entrance to this boardwalk, which covers a two-to-three-minute scenic walk from the parking lot to the nature center building and the entrance to the trails. Exhibit Hall: Includes interpretive exhibits of the park’s historical and natural history, along with displays of live native reptiles. Located on the first floor adjacent to the park office. Royal Fern Hall: A 2,343-square-foot [masked] capacity, depending on setup) assembly hall with warming kitchen and buffet counter, located on the second floor of the nature center. Available by reservation for meetings, receptions, etc. Reservation fee and deposit required. Wi-Fi available. Public Art and Design: Fern-Lore Guardian is a bronze-and-cedarwood work created by Jerome Meadows and installed in the park in December 1993. The pair of sculptures, easily visible from an elevated boardwalk, stands out in the woods, not far from the back of the nature center at the entrance to the trails. The artist's statement explains that the piece is "a site-specfiic work commissioned expressly for the Fern Forest Nature Center. The sculpture draws visual and conceptual reference from seeds and plants, juxtaposing organic wood forms with metal." Picnic Area: Six picnic tables available on a first-come, first-served basis. No fires or grills permitted. Cypress Creek Trail: A half-mile, wheelchair-accessible boardwalk through a tropical hardwood hammock, a cypress-maple swamp, and transitional communities. Prairie Overlook Trail: This one-mile trail loops through an open prairie and an oak/cabbage palm community and includes an eight-foot-tall observation platform. Maple Walk: A one-third-mile trail through a red maple swamp. Often soggy and muddy - boots are recommended. Wetlands Wander: This interpretive trail runs an eighth of a mile along a canal, through a wetland community and a butterfly garden. Sensory Garden Trail: A quiet area for relaxation and reflection. for more info call Jimmy[masked]

Tubing Event ICHNEETUCKNEE SPRINGS - 2 days complete package with hotel and BBQ

Details Hotel and Tubbing and BBQ $[masked] nights 2 in a room #### note all atending will be given a ( washable mask to use ) Friday night dinner will be arranged to join us about 6:30 pm on Friday We are Planning on Tubing Saturday morning @ 6:30 am and returning to the hotel and have a BBQ by the pool and be refreshed to drive home Sunday Saturday Morning Tubing and return to the Hotel for a BBQ (The name of the hotel will be given out a week before the event) ICHNEETUCKNEE SPRINGS WEEKEND Friday, July 17 Sunday, July 19 Here we go again! We are having 2 other meet up groups join us on this Great Event Including Breakfast on Saturday and Sunday and Saturday night Dinner Cost:[masked] per person based on double occupancy. if you want your own room its $215.00 for the weekend Price includes two night hotel room, poolside meet & greet BBQ BBQ poolside dinner on Saturday and tube rental. all included in your weekend Our annual tubing trip is taking us to Ichetucknee Springs. that we will make it there this year! Join friends for this full of fun and sun. We will be staying in a hotel in Alachua. We have group rates that include hot breakfast each morning. Nearby, is the beautiful Ichetucknee Springs State Park where we will start our tubing early on Saturday morning. This is a great location for canoeing, kayaking, etc. We are going to have a BBQ by the pool area: hamburgers, hot dogs, veggie and Salmon burgers, chips and drinks. This is going to be about 5;30-6pm pm or so. After dinner, it is game night!!! BYOB or anything else you might like to have or share! we will have Breakfast Saturday morning and head over to the Springs then depart (about 6:30 am) for the centerpiece activity of the weekend; the float down the Ichetucknee River. The crystalline Ichetucknee River flows six miles through shaded hammocks and wetlands before it joins the Santa Fe River. In 1972, the head spring of the river was declared a National Natural Landmark by the U. S. Department of the Interior. From the end of May until early September, tubing down the river is the premier activity in the area. In addition to tubing, visitors can enjoy picnicking, snorkeling, canoeing, swimming, hiking, and wildlife viewing. White-tailed deer, raccoons, wild turkeys, wood ducks and great blue herons can be seen from the river. Bring snorkeling gear, and jump off your tube at any time to explore the springs along the way. The entire float takes about 3-4 hours. We should finish our tubing between 2-3pm. What to bring: Clothing, toiletries, hat, sunscreen, bug spray, bathing suit, etc. Optional gear includes snorkeling gear, waterproof camera. To keep the river pristine, no food, drink, tobacco or disposable items may be taken on the river. Cost: $135.00 per person based on double occupancy. if paid on meet up the price is[masked] meet up charges 8.75% to me so that"s where the price goes Please pay at paypal.com friends and Family to[masked] or pay bank to bank by Zelle to[masked] or send a check made out to Jimmy Rogers 2425 NW 49 Terr , coconut creek fl 33063 if you want your own room its $215.00 for the weekend using a check Price includes two night hotel room, poolside meet & greet BBQ BBQ poolside dinner on Saturday and tube rental. if you want a raft its $10.00 extra A $5 per person cash entry fee to Ichetucknee Springs will be collected upon entry to the park. (There is no vehicle entry fee when you are tubing.) If you can only join us on Saturday night, please call Jimmy for special pricing. If you need a roommate, please let us know so we can pair you up. For more information and carpooling, please call Jimmy[masked]

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