St. Augustine is saturated with ghosts, and a spooky place to walk at night, especially around the old cemeteries.
Conceived in the Art Deco era and shaded by a canopy of ancient oaks, the Maitland Art Center is, in part, a fantasy of a Mayan temple with formal gardens around historic art studios.
Tallahassee’s newest portal to the past is also its oldest, the reconstruction of history at Mission San Luis.
At the very end of the Main Park Road in Everglades National Park, a lone mangrove is just offshore from the wrack line along Florida Bay.
A campground overlooking the bayou, shaded by an oak canopy. A lovely day use area on the bluffs. Gentle trails that all of the family can enjoy. That’s Rocky Bayou State Park.
Moccasin Lake may not be the most tempting name for a beauty spot in an urban area, but rest assured that this nature center provides you and the kids a great getaway if you live in the Clearwater / Tampa area.
South of Tallahassee in the Apalachicola National Forest is one of Florida’s most beautiful and intriguing trail systems showcasing the weird and wonderful world of karst topography