We live in one of the emptier parts of the state, as far as human population goes. You drive for miles and miles between towns seeing nothing but forests and salt marshes, crossing over wild looking rivers and swamps. Some people prefer to keep driving, to stay on the paved roads we built to take us past these places. But others amongst us are drawn in. You can leave the paved world and possibly be the only person for miles. And yet you are surrounded by more life than is apparent from your car window.
Kayaking, hiking, camping, wildlife watching– we’re in a prime spot for EcoTourism.
Browse past EcoAdventures here.