For many travelers, vacationing is about getting close to nature and enjoying the great outdoors. And Fort Lauderdale is a great place for doing just that. In addition to its own parks, gardens and other public green spaces, the city is a great jumping off point for accessing South Florida large swaths of parkland, thousands of acres of wildlife preserves and, of course, the Everglades. Whether you want to take a stroll, let the kids burn off some pent up energy or find the perfect spot to spread out a blanket for a picnic or a nap under the sun, there's nothing like spending a day in wide-open outdoor spaces.
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