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Aerial Drone Pictures of Lake Rogers Regional Park

 

Aerial Drone Picture of Lake Rogers Regional Park
Aerial Drone Picture of Lake Rogers Regional Park.

Located at 9010 North Mobley Road Odessa, FL 33556, Lake Rogers Regional Park is a 272 acre park that includes two fresh water lakes, pine flatwoods, and oak hammocks.

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Aerial Drone Pictures of Golden Aster Scrub Preserve

Aerial Drone Picture of Golden Aster Scrub Preserve
Aerial Drone Picture of Golden Aster Scrub Preserve

Located at 12181 East Bay Road, Gibsonton, FL 33534 Golden Aster Scrub Preserve offers premier pine flatwoods, sand pine and oak scrub, borrow pit lakes, freshwater wetlands and cabbage palm hammocks.

A compact road leads from the parking lot to a picnic pavilion and restroom near a lake.

The preserve is partly accessible to wheelchairs.

(Source: Hillsborough County)

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Aerial Drone Video of Saint Augustine, FL

In this video we went on location to Saint Augustine, Florida to film the historic city from the ground and from the air.

St. Augustine (Spanish: San AgustĂ­n) is a city in northeast Florida and the oldest continuously occupied European-established settlement in the continental United States.[6] The county seat of St. Johns County,[7] it is part of Florida’s First Coast region and the Jacksonville metropolitan area. According to the 2010 census, the city population was 12,975. The United States Census Bureau’s 2013 estimate of the city’s population was 13,679, while the urban area had a population of 69,173 in 2012.

Saint Augustine was founded on September 8, 1565, by Spanish admiral and Florida’s first governor, Pedro MenĂ©ndez de AvilĂ©s. He named the settlement “San AgustĂ­n”, as his ships bearing settlers, troops, and supplies from Spain had first sighted land in Florida on August 28, 1565, the feast day of St. Augustine. The city served as the capital of Spanish Florida for over 200 years, and remained the capital of East Florida when the territory briefly changed hands between Spain and Britain. It was designated the capital of the Florida Territory until Tallahassee was made the capital in 1824. Since the late 19th century, St. Augustine’s distinct historical character has made the city a major tourist attraction. It is also the headquarters for the Florida National Guard.

The city is a popular travel destination for its Spanish colonial-era buildings as well as elite 19th-century architecture. The city’s historic center is anchored by St. George Street, which is lined with historic houses from various periods. Most of these houses are reconstructions of buildings that had been burned or demolished over the years, though a few of them are original.

(Source: Wikipedia)

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Aerial Drone Pictures of Gardenville Park

Aerial Drone Pictures of Gardenville Park
Aerial Drone Pictures of Gardenville Park

Located at 6219 Symmes Road Gibsonton, FL 33534 this nine-acre park is home to the Gardenville Recreation Center. It offers the Rec2Six after-school program, as well as summer and teen programs.

(Source: Hillsborough County)

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Aerial and Underwater Pictures of Rainbow Springs Park

Aerial Drone Picture of Rainbow Springs Park
Aerial Drone Picture of Rainbow Springs Park

Located at 19158 Sw 81st Place Rd, Dunnellon, Rainbow Springs Park comprises 1,459.07 acres upland and 12.83 acres submerged. The most significant natural feature is the first magnitude headspring basin which produces up to 600,000,000 US gallons of fresh water per day forming the Rainbow River.

The looking glass waters of Rainbow Springs come from several vents, not one large bubbling spring. The river itself supports a wide variety of fish, wildlife, and plants, many within easy viewing by visitors. In total, the park contains 11 distinct natural communities, including sandhills, flatwoods, upland mixed forests, and hydric hammocks.

Visitors are able to see a variety of wildflowers in season; oak, longleaf pines, magnolia, dogwood, red maple, redbud, cypress, sabal, and hickory trees; gray squirrels, red-shouldered hawks, swallowtail kites, barred owls, whitetail deer, and a wide variety of wading birds. The relative peace and quiet of the winter season offers much for the nature enthusiast. There is an interpretive room located in the visitor center displaying historical, natural, and cultural resources of the park.

(Source: wikipedia.org)

We also got some great underwater footage of the park as well:

Underwater Drone Picture of Rainbow Springs Park
Underwater Drone Picture of Rainbow Springs Park

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Aerial and Underwater Drone Tour of Rainbow Springs Park

Located at 19158 Sw 81st Place Rd, Dunnellon, Rainbow Springs Park comprises 1,459.07 acres upland and 12.83 acres submerged. The most significant natural feature is the first magnitude headspring basin which produces up to 600,000,000 US gallons of fresh water per day forming the Rainbow River.

The looking glass waters of Rainbow Springs come from several vents, not one large bubbling spring. The river itself supports a wide variety of fish, wildlife, and plants, many within easy viewing by visitors. In total, the park contains 11 distinct natural communities, including sandhills, flatwoods, upland mixed forests, and hydric hammocks.

Visitors are able to see a variety of wildflowers in season; oak, longleaf pines, magnolia, dogwood, red maple, redbud, cypress, sabal, and hickory trees; gray squirrels, red-shouldered hawks, swallowtail kites, barred owls, whitetail deer, and a wide variety of wading birds. The relative peace and quiet of the winter season offers much for the nature enthusiast. There is an interpretive room located in the visitor center displaying historical, natural, and cultural resources of the park.

(Source: wikipedia.org)

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Aerial Drone Pictures of Flatwoods park

Aerial Drone Picture of Flatwoods Park
Aerial Drone Picture of Flatwoods Park

Located at 14302 Morris Bridge Rd. Thonotosassa, FL 33592, Flatwoods Park allows pets, offers restrooms, off road biking trails, hiking trails, and paved biking trails. It is best known for its 7 mile paved loop road which serves as a multi-use trail.

Current Status

Effective June 1, 2015 the bathrooms at Flatwoods Park (Morris Bridge side) will be closed due to renovations. These repairs could take several weeks for the project to be completed. Updates will be posted as they come in. Port-a-lets will be on site to accommodate the needs of the public.

About Flatwoods Park

Flatwoods has two access points, 14302 Morris Bridge Road and 18205 Bruce B. Downs Blvd. Best known for its seven-mile paved loop road, which serves as a multiuse trail, Flatwoods Park provides a welcome getaway from Tampa’s developed landscape. The Morris Bridge well-field is located within the Park, and well-houses can be observed along the trail. A two-mile paved extension connects Bruce B. Downs Boulevard with the loop road. Park activities and features include a paved bicycle loop, off road bike trails, remote picnicking, and nature trails.

(Source: Hillsborough County)

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Endless Wall of Color: Sunflowers On The Ranch

DroneVU Studios went on location to 3002 Charlie Taylor Road, Plant City, FL 33565 to film the incredible “Sunflowers on the Ranch” nature attraction created by the Futch family.

The attraction consists of 4 acres of hand grown sunflowers and colorful zinnias that have been planted in place of the popular October Fox Squirrel Corn Maze. Enjoy a nature walk under the shaded live oaks with the lucky chance of seeing the Ranch’s favorite furry friend Sherman the Fox Squirrel while enjoying the fresh country air.

The General Store will be open to the keen antique collectors and visitors looking to purchase eclectic and shabby chic items you will be sure to love! And after you’ve had your fair share of fun in the flowers, sit down and enjoy some good ‘ole fashioned grilled corn on the cob, burgers, pulled pork, hot dogs, lemonade and tasty treats of all kinds.  They also have lots of neat games for families to enjoy.

We got the chance to meet and film some of their  vendors (not included in admission) including arts and crafts, jewelry,  and painting crafty items to help make the perfect end to your lovely day trip out on the Ranch.

Don’t take our word for it, check out the video then head out and see for yourself why this attraction has rapidly become the talk of the town.

Open the first two weekends in May: Saturday and Sunday May 2nd-3rd and Mother’s Day weekend May 9th-10th from 10am with gates closing at 5 pm each day.

Tickets for adults 18 and older $8- Children $7 and ages two and under free of charge.

(Source: http://foxsquirrelcornmaze.com)

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