Our eco-friendly, nature-based lodge, is the perfect place for your Florida vacation. If you enjoy golf or any type of outdoor recreation, Wildwood Resort- just 30 minutes South of Tallahassee, Florida - is the place for you and your family.
YOU'LL HAVE A GREAT TIME AND HELP PROTECT THE PLANET.
So, what is a green hotel? Green Lodges, also referred to as green hotels, earth-friendly inns, eco-lodges, and eco-resorts, feature innovative and imaginative programs for conserving natural resources. The Florida Green Lodging Certification Program acknowledges and promotes lodging facilities that demonstrate water and energy conservation, waste minimization, recycling, indoor air quality, environmentally preferable purchasing, program sustainability, and pollution prevention. It's the least we can do to conserve and protect Florida's most precious natural resources. So rest assured your stay at Wildwood Resort is certified earth-friendly.
The Florida Green Lodging Program was established in 2004 by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) with the intent of recognizing and rewarding environmentally conscientious lodging facilities in the state. Through this rapidly growing program DEP encourages the lodging industry to conserve and protect Florida's natural resources. The Florida Green Lodging Program is unique in that it covers an all-inclusive list of environmental initiatives that are specific to protecting and preserving Florida's environment.
The lodging industry is one of Florida's largest commercial sectors. In 2005, according to research conducted by VISIT FLORIDA®, 83.6 million people visited Florida with about 50 percent of those staying in a hotel, motel or bed & breakfast. With this many visitors, the lodging industry can have a significant and positive impact on Florida's natural resources.
Going on vacation doesn't mean travelers should stop being environmentally conscientious. Be it water, fuel or energy conservation, each little bit helps to cut down vacation costs and protect the state's natural resources for future generations. Consider some of the following conservation tips for on the road travel:
Be a "green" guest— the following practices make overnight stays more eco-friendly: