When you think of a vacation to Florida you probably think about Disney World or Legoland right? But what if I told you there were some amazing vacation spots in Florida you’ve probably never heard of?!
I’m a Floridian so I can tell you there’s definitely more to Florida than meets the eye. If you’re planning a trip to Florida you have to visit these amazing spots!
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1. GINNIE SPRINGS
Ginnie Springs is a private campground on the Santa Fe River near High Springs. It is known for its crystal clear springs are 72 degrees year-round. Activities include camping, diving, inner-tubing, kayaking, paddleboarding, and canoeing!
2. DEVIL’S DEN PREHISTORIC SPRING
Devil’s Den is an amazing vacation spot in Florida that is formed by a karst window. The roof over a subterranean river collapsed, exposing the beautiful clear water to the open surface. The water in the underground river is a constant 72 °F degrees and is perfect for scuba diving and swimming!
3. RAINBOW SPRINGS STATE PARK
Rainbow Springs is known for its crystal clear waters. Activities include wading in the crystalline headwaters, canoeing, kayaking, and even lazily floating a tube downriver!
4. FALLING CREEK FALLS
Falling Creek Falls is the perfect place to spend a peaceful day. It’s one of Florida’s best-kept secrets featuring a coffee-colored waterfall plummeting more than 10 feet over a deep lip of limestone!
5. FALLING WATERS STATE PARK
Falling Waters State Park is a perfect place to go camping and it is the home of a 73-foot waterfall, the highest in the state of Florida known as “Falling Waters Falls”.
6. RAVINE GARDENS
Ravine Gardens is a park in Florida that has two ravines up to 120 feet deep with steep banks at 45-degree angles and a spring-fed creek. A 1.8-mile paved road winds around the ravine, offering bicyclists and motorists a beautiful view of the gardens!
7. FLORIDA CAVERNS STATE PARK
Did you know there are caves in Florida?! Florida Caverns State Park is the only Florida state park with air-filled caves accessible to the public. It is also one of Florida’s first state parks!
So there you have it! If you’ve always wanted to visit the Sunshine State, you should definitely check out these cool vacation spots in Florida. Let me know which ones are your favorite!