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Florida rivers were the main transportation routes in the days before railroads. Here are some important ones.
Florida end of road towns attract the nonconformist. One way in and one way out.
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.
Marco Island, Florida is the largest and most populated of the 10,000 islands
Glen St. Mary is a few paces west of Macclenny in Northeast Florida, 6 miles south of the Georgia State Line.
Florida Keys travel is very straightforward. This guide will show the ways to drive, fly, boat, or walk.
These popular Florida road trips will give you an in-depth understanding of the diversity of the various regions of the state.
"A Land Remembered" is a bestseller by Patrick Smith that tells the story of three generations of the MacIveys.
Florida ethnic restaurants include anything that is not typically American, such as hamburgers, pizza, etc.