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Micanopy is a village south of Gainesville with nice antique shops and restaurants. The town is a historic district.
Steinhatchee Florida is an Old Florida fishing village at the end of the road about 1.5 hours by car west of Gainesville.
Florida's year round temperate to tropical climate makes it a perfect place for outdoor adventure.
Weeki Wachee Springs one of the most popular Florida attractions. Nature, recreation and beautiful mermaids. Enjoy shows, swim, camp, canoe, and relax.
Florida vintage road maps are an interesting way to track the changes in this fast growing state.
Florida Back Roads Travel site map shows all of the website pages so you can find your way around.
Florida ghost towns still exist in a fast growing state. As natural resources were depleted and railroads closed, some towns faded into history.
Cabbage Key Inn and Restaurant are accessible only by boat. It was the possible inspiration for Jimmy Buffet's Cheeseburger in Paradise.
The Okeechobee Waterway stretches 154 miles from near Stuart, Florida to the Gulf of Mexico at Fort Myers. The trip takes you through old Florida.
Florida vintage postcards are beautiful chroniclers of our state's history.