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Cedar Key Museum State Park
Picturesque Cedar Key, on Florida's Gulf Coast, was a thriving port city and railroad connection during the 19th century. The museum contains exhibits that depict its colorful history during that era. Part of the collection is sea shells and Indian artifacts collected by Saint Clair Whitman, the founder of the first museum in Cedar Key.
12231 S.W. 166 Court
Cedar Key FL 32625
Crystal River Archaeological State Park
Explore a complex of Native American mounds and get a glimpse into Florida’s past. A National Historic Landmark, this 61-acre, pre-Columbian, Native American site has burial mounds, temple/platform mounds, a plaza area and a substantial midden.
3400 N. Museum Point
Crystal River FL 34428
Dade Battlefield Historic State Park
Visitors drawn to Dade Battlefield Historic State Park for its history discover so much more, from ancient oaks and verdant pine flatwoods to a variety of events, programs and hands-on craft classes offered throughout the year.
7200 Battlefield Parkway
Bushnell FL 33513
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