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Highland Park Florida is a small golf course community with a small resort.
Port St Joe, Florida was a paper mill town, but is now more famous for its beaches.
Panama City is in the Panhandle amidst some of the greatest beaches in America.
Carrabelle is a quiet village on Florida's Forgotten Coast. It had a historic role in World War Two.
Famous Floridians include pioneers and historic figures. Not so much modern people, though they are important too.
The 200-seat Kapok Tree Inn opened in Clearwater in 1958 and immediately became a hit with locals and tourists alike.
Early pioneer Florida Crackers lived in a harsh land. They lived off the land and had simple recipes.
US-41 runs 212 miles from the Georgia state line through many old Florida towns on its way to Tampa.o Tampa
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High pressure mail order lot sales programs were the founding principles of many modern Florida communities.