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Micanopy is a village south of Gainesville with nice antique shops and restaurants. The town is a historic district.
Captiva Island Florida has beautiful white sand beaches and fishing waters. It also has touches of unspoiled Old Florida.
Lake Wales Florida is in the center of the state and has its own unique history and culture. Bok Tower has been enjoyed by millions of visitors.
Florida tourist attractions include some of the original amusement and theme based adventures.
Florida Back Roads Travel site map shows all of the website pages so you can find your way around.
Chinsegut Hill is in Brooksville. The word is an Alaskan Innuit word meaning, “The spirit of things lost and regained.”
Bradenton, Florida is one of the most cultural and art friendly towns in the state. It is ideally located for enjoying beaches and boating.
Florida small towns are a vanishing species in this rapidly growing state. Here are some still small and quiet.
Interlachen, Florida is a small Northeast Florida town that developed as a agricultural and tourism center.
Windermere Florida is a quiet little town nestled among the lakes of the Butler chain. It is one of the oldest communities in Orange County.