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Florida lighthouses are typically on the coast and beautiful to see. Some of them are open to the public.
The Florida Georgia game is one of the nation's oldest and fiercest football rivalries; it is usually played on the last Saturday in October. The rivalry began in 1915.
Marineland Florida is no longer one of the most popular Florida tourist attractions. It is now an educational facility where you can swim with dolphins.
Florida camping can be enjoyed in local, state, and national parks. It's also available in state and national forests. There are literally thousands of places you can camp.
Montverde, Florida is a quiet town of less than 1,000 people on the west shore of Lake Apopka. It is about 23 miles west of Orlando.
Florida heritage and history is knowledge that gives us a sense of time and place.
Venice Florida has old world charm in a beautiful tropical setting. Its beaches are among the best in Florida. The beaches are why Venice is known as the "Shark Tooth Capital of the World". Don't worry,, the sharks are long dead.
Mandarin is famous as the Florida home of Harriet Beecher Stowe, the author of "Uncle Tom's Cabin". Mandarin was named after the Mandarin Orange by an early settler in the area named Calvin Reed.
Sarasota is an irresistible combination of natural beauty and cultural advantages. It's heritage of cultured and intelligent pioneers has made Sarasota a unique place.
Melbourne, Florida is a small city on the Indian River Lagoon in Central East Florida. It was named after Melbourne, Australia.