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Edward Ball Wakulla Springs State Park
Home of the world’s largest and deepest freshwater springs, the sapphire water of Wakulla Springs boasts manatees, alligators and a host of diverse wildlife that can be viewed from a riverboat or atop the diving platform.
465 Wakulla Park Dr.
Wakulla Springs FL 32327
Highlands Hammock State Park
Established in 1931 and developed later by Florida’s Civilian Conservation Corps, the lush and incredibly diverse 9,000 acre Highlands Hammock State Park is a refuge for endangered animals and ancient flora. With its beautiful old-growth hammock and variety of habitats and wildlife species, this is the Real Florida at its best.
5931 Hammock Rd.
Sebring FL 33872
Hillsborough River State Park
Class II rapids are a rarity in Florida, but you can find them at beautiful Hillsborough River State Park. Just minutes from downtown Tampa, this diverse park offers a refuge from city life with its seven miles of nature trails and ample places to cool off in the water.
15402 US 301 N.
Thonotosassa FL 33592
Mike Roess Gold Head Branch State Park
Gold Head is located on rolling sandhills on the North Central Ridge of Florida with one of the few remaining examples of an old growth stand of longleaf pines. A steep head ravine with seepage springs forms Gold Head Branch and bisects the park. Marshes, lakes and scrub provide habitat for a wide variety of wildlife.
6239 State Road 21
Keystone Heights FL 32656