Stunning effects, tropical snowfall, and thousands of lights: NightGarden at Fairchild returns

NightGarden at Fairchild — Creator: SHARON SIPPLE Copyright: @Sharon Sipple, 2017 This holiday season, Miami shines just a little brighter because the NightGarden at Fairchild is back. Spectacular lights, Chihuly sculptures, shimmering snow, and shy fairies reveal themselves within the lush foliage of Coral Gables’ hidden gem.  The stunning outdoor lights display, which opened this

Florida’s first snow park, Snowcat Ridge, is set to reopen this month for winter season

Snowcat Ridge Alpine Snow Park in Dade City — Courtesy: Snowcat Ridge Alpine Snow Park Snowcat Ridge Alpine Snow Park is preparing to open up next week for its 2021 winter season. The park opened up last year and features a wide variety of winter activities, including an arctic igloo and an alpine village that

Is Florida the Grinch of Christmas? One Study shows Florida Ranks Last in Christmas Spirit

Courtesy: GetCenturyLink graphic detailing U.S. states’ Christmas Spirit With the holiday season in full effect and Christmas just around the corner, holiday cheer is a certainty. But according to the third annual GetCenturyLink state Christmas Spirit rankings, Florida is the Grinch. According to the study, Florida is so anti-Christmas spirit that the dog from the

How Walt Disney World Goes From Spooky to Winter Wonderland Practically Overnight

Magic Kingdom’s Cinderella Castle decorated for holiday celebration. Courtesy: Image by peridotmaize from Pixabay Ever wondered how long it takes to change the extravagant adornment between the seasonal transitions at Disney World? Just when you’ve begun to imagine the sheer magnitude of the land owned by Disney, you’re probably still missing the nooks and crannies

Snowcat Ridge to become Florida’s first Snow Park

Courtesy: Snowcat Ridge website Whoever told you it doesn’t snow in Florida lied. Coming next month to Dade City, Snowcat Ridge will become the first and only outdoor snow park in the Sunshine State.  Construction for the park began in the spring of last year by transforming existing flat fields into a 60-foot tall hill