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Touring Florida’s Lighthouses

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Florida Lighthouse Tour If you love the idea of a balmy night viewing Florida lighthouses, there are a bevy of historic places to visit. As a matter of fact, you can create your own unique tour of these beacons of light. Pack up your RV and prepare for adventure! At their peak, lighthouses numbered 65; Read More

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Florida Shipwrecks

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Hurricanes, mishaps and pirates. That’s just part of the reason Florida’s coastal maritime history is so rich and colorful. From Florida shipwrecks, pirate museums, and coastal lighthouses, these historical destinations provide travelers to the state of Florida with plenty of activities to enjoy.   Shipwreck History  The story of each shipwreck is woven into the fabric Read More

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St Augustine Ghost Hunting for Beginners

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A ghoulishly good time Imagine, the sun is sinking on historic St. Augustine, Florida, and an eery fog creeps across the land, leaving only the barest sliver of moon to light your path. As you and your fellow explorers gingerly approach a lone trolley car to begin your ghost hunting expedition, you hear your paranormal Read More

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Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse

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The Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse Preservation Association maintains and operates the very historic Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse and Museum. This museum is open to all ages year-round and provides an extremely enjoyable and educational vacation experience. Visitor’s will be encouraged to climb the stairs of the 175-foot tower which is Florida’s tallest lighthouse Read More

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Vortex Spring

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The state of Florida is one of the most visited states in the country. It is home to an estimate of 21 million residents and offers something for the entire family. If you enjoy recreational activities, then you’ll be happy to know that your entire family can take in all that this great state has Read More

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The Devils Millhopper

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Florida isn’t all beaches and crocodiles. Outside of Gainesville, the ground steeps down to create a bowl-like 120-foot-deep cavity on the Earth. Inside this limestone sinkhole is a miniature rain forest with small streams and lush vegetation. At Devils Millhopper Geological State Park, visitors can hike down a stairway through the forest to find an Read More

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J.N. Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge

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Sanibel Island is home to a national treasure – the J.N. Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge. Named for the pioneer conservationist, Jay Norwood ‘Ding’ Darling, the area is over 6,400 acres in size. The uniqueness of the area is that it is an undeveloped mangrove forest, full of cordgrass, seagrass beds and marshes. Darling could Read More

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Villa Vizcaya

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Villa Vizcaya was constructed from 1910 to 1922 as a winter home for art collector, conservationist and industrial executive James Deering. The International Harvester Vice President modeled the home on the banks of Biscayne Bay after a centuries-old Italian villa. After it’s completion, he lovingly furnished the 54-room, 38,000 square foot main home with large-scale purchases Read More

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McCarthy’s Wildlife Sanctuary

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Featuring more than 200 exotic and native animals, McCarthy’s Wildlife Sanctuary in West Palm Beach, Florida is an ideal attraction for animal lovers. Unlike most zoos and safari parks, the Sanctuary is unusual as it gives visitors the opportunity to have up-close and personal experiences with many of the animals. Featuring White Tigers, Black Leopards, Scarlet Read More

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