Unexpectedly Awesome Places In Florida

August 7, 2014 in post then categories by admin

There’s a lot you probably don’t know about America’s 27th state. Sure, there are the usual stomping grounds of Disney World, St. Augustine, Miami and Daytona, but there are, surprisingly, still some spots that are relatively under-the-radar in the Sunshine State. So if you’re looking to add a little variety to your next vacation — whether it’s going to be about beach time or outdoor activities — we’ve got some options for you here at FlyLately.com 1. Explore the totally awesome and gorgeous Ocala National Forest. ocala national forest Close to Orlando, Ocala offers over 600 lakes, streams, rivers and springs — the springs are perfect to swim, snorkel and dive in. 2. Try snorkeling in Molasses Reef. florida keys Make like the Beach Boys and head to Key Largo, where you can spot cool fish in North America’s only living coral reef. 3. Head to Mosquito Lagoon, formerly a prime viewing spot for space shuttle launches. mosquito lagoon florida 4. Drive over nothing but ocean on Florida’s 113-mile highway. the overseas highway Yes, you can get stuck in some traffic, but take a gander at those ocean views! 5. And check out some of the coolest graffiti street art while you’re in Miami. wynwood walls miami Basically the perfect minivan photo opp! 6. Soar into the sky in Pensacola. blue angels florida Watching the Blue Angels fly at breakneck speeds, incredibly low to the ground, ALL while upside down is something you’ll truly never forget. 7. Make like Cap’n Jack and set sail for Tortuga.  dry tortugas Dry Tortugas that is. You’ll have to use a pirate ship or plane to get to the islandsnestled just off the coast of Key West, which are the perfect spot for camping, snorkeling, or bird-watching. 8. Float on through Ichetucknee Springs. ichetucknee springs With super clear water and a pretty strong current, you don’t have to make any effort tubing or canoeing these waters. PERFECTION. 9. Stay in Mount Dora and paddle through Dora Canal. mount dora florida It’s the super cute Victorian town you never expected to see (or paddle through) in Florida. 10. Hang with some manatees in Crystal River.  crystal river florida If you’re looking to swim or snorkel with manatees, the only place in Florida to legally do so is Crystal River. Added bonus? It’s not Sea World. 11. Get your golf on in Fort Walton Beach.  fort walton beach Known for being “no fuss,” Fort Walton Beach has such pretty beaches, golf courses and emerald waters you’ll be left wondering where all the tourists are. 12. Hunt for treasure on the Space Coast. Sebastian Inlet State Park is one of Florida’s secret beaches, sporting an annual wave-riding contest, a museum full of 18th century shipwreck treasure and a “Monster Hole” that surfers flock to.

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