We made our way to the Atlantic Coast and our first stop was in Fort Lauderdale, FL. We stayed in a Broward County park. It's called Topokeegee Yugnee Park. I guess you can see why the locals call it T.Y. Park... It's really quite beautiful here, but a bit too humid. 80 degrees here is way different than 80 degrees in Vegas.
|A nice 2-mile path that goes around the lake at the campground. The park is loaded with these full size live oaks.|
|This is the Fort Lauderdale Riverwalk. It runs alongside the Tarpon River. This is one of the areas that you can catch a ride on a Water Taxi.|
|This is one of many canals that have been built in the area. Many beautiful homes and buildings with boats and yachts of all sizes can be seen in the rivers and canals.|
|Spring Break has begun here at Ft Lauderdale Beach. It was also a surprise to me that the sand was not white like it was on the Gulf side of the state. Still, it is a gorgeous beach with plenty of people-watching opportunities|
|This is the lake here at the campground. The scenic fountain is lit every night around dusk.|