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 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.
BY JOINING THIS GROUP YOU AGREE TO THE ABOVE TERMS
(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!)
Morning Bike Ride at Shark Valley!
Enjoy all the peace and solitude that Everglades National Park has to offer. This is the Everglades that we all imagine; vast sawgrass prairies and lots of wildlife and alligators.
The bike ride is on a 15.8-mile paved loop right through the Everglades. At the halfway point, there is a 60-foot observation tower, where you will experience magnificent vistas.
We'll take our time to take pictures, ascend the tower, and sit and enjoy the tranquility of the morning in the Everglades.
We should be done by noon and head back toward Miami for a well-deserved lunch at The Pit Bar-B-Q.
Bike rentals available for $20 at the Visitor Center.
There is an entrance fee of $30 per car, unless you leave your car outside the park and ride your bike in, in which case you'll pay $15 per person. People 62 or over can buy an annual pass online for $20 that covers access to this and 2,000+ other national parks throughout the country.
Bring enough water, sun protection and bug repellent.
Questions? Call Jimmy Rogers at (954)[masked]