South Florida boaters know that there’s more to the area than meets the eye—from quiet coastal towns to thriving entertainment districts and everything in between. One local boating route, the Florida Mini Loop, proves just this.
In today’s blog, we will be looking at the waterways and destinations that make up Florida’s Mini Loop, and providing ideas to help improve your experience.
Why a Mini Loop?
You may have already heard about the Great Loop that provides a route around eastern North America—perhaps you’ve even cruised it yourself! The Florida Mini Loop follows a similar idea, giving boaters a chance to see a large variety of different places and attractions during their trip, but works on a much smaller scale. You can allot a smaller chunk of time to the Mini Loop and still see and experience so much!
If you embark on the Mini Loop during Florida’s winter season, you can enjoy the added pleasure of mild weather and dry, sunny skies.
If you’re wondering exactly how to make the Mini Loop and where to stop, look no further! Here are a few of our favorite destinations to experience along the way.
Our list is by no means a definitive guide, however—if you have particular interests or activities you want to try, go for them! All of the South Florida coast and the inland waterways through Lake Okeechobee are at your disposal.
Do you plan on touring the Florida Mini Loop in the coming months? Whether you head down now to enjoy the cooler weather, or earmark the Loop for your summer vacation, you’re sure to have a great time.