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Panama City is in the Panhandle amidst some of the greatest beaches in America.
Seaside is a lovely place to visit, but expensive to live in. It is worth a visit to see the first and best example of New Urbanism.
DeFuniak Springs is frozen in time with dozens of historic buildings and places. A treat to visit.
Milton Florida was established in 1844 before Florida became a state. It was an important trading center during the Civil War.
Pensacola Florida lays claim to being the oldest settlement in America. St. Augustine says yeah, but we are the oldest "continuously occupied" settlement in America.
Bristol, Florida is in Northwest Florida, a part of the state sometimes known as Florabama. Elvy E. Callaway claimed that the Garden of Eden was nearby. His claims made Bristol and early Florida tourist attraction.
Apalachicola Florida is a small town on the Gulf of Mexico 80 miles southwest of Tallahassee. Its working seafood industry and preserved historic neighborhoods make it a monument to Old Florida.
The Florida Backroads Travel site map shows all of the website pages so you can find your way around.
In Florida state parks camping is not the only attraction. Nature walks and hiking, canoeing and swimming, are just as much fun as Florida state parks camping.
Florida towns come in many sizes and flavors. There is a town for you whether you are looking for fun, history, shopping, dining or a place to live.