Ten Thousand Islands

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Ten Thousand Islands,

group of small islands in the Gulf of Mexico, off SW Fla., covered with mangrove forests and surrounded by clam beds. Most of the islands are in Everglades National Park.
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August may be one of the very best months to scratch a grand slam in the 10,000 Islands off your bucket list.
Great areas to concentrate on at this time of year are the creek mouths in Palm Bay, Blackwater, Fakahatchee and the Shark River along with many of the unnamed creeks, rivers and tributaries that flow into the 10,000 islands.
Juvenile tarpon in the backcountry are as much a part of summer in the 10,000 islands as are afternoon thunderstorms, and the two certainly work well together.
Surrounded by the natural beauty of the 10,000 Islands and Everglades National Park.
Wilderness Inquiry (WI) is offering six-day canoe trips to the 10,000 Islands in southwest Florida.
Everglades' 10,000 Islands beginning at $675; ski and
Wilderness Inquiry, a non-profit organization that integrates people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities through outdoor adventure, today announced its winter 2003 outdoor adventure trips: "Tropical 10,000 Islands Canoe" in the Florida Everglades and "Boundary Waters Ski & Dogsled Adventure" in northern Minnesota near the Canadian border.
June fishing in the 10,000 Islands is all about the outside.
Juvenile tarpon are one of the true gems of the 10,000 Islands.
Situated on a 500-acre site, The Port of the Islands Resort and Marina is a self sufficient resort community situated between Florida's Everglades and the Gulf of Mexico's 10,000 Islands.
One of the resorts most popular attractions is the 2-hour narrated cruise through the 10,000 Islands which comprises an unspoiled natural environment teeming with animal life including Naples only manatee sanctuary.