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This Florida travel guide focuses on off the beaten path towns, attractions, culture, history, and things to do. More than 200 regional and local maps.
These Old Florida towns are on scenic 17, a rolling country road from Haines City to Frostproof
Dinosaur World: kids prefer it to most other Florida tourist attractions.
There are many Tallahassee Florida day trips that will take you to places you will enjoy. All day trips are within 100 miles of Tallahassee.
Carrabelle is a quiet village on Florida's Forgotten Coast. It had a historic role in World War Two.
We have driven a lot of cars and trucks on our Florida travels: more than 2,000,000 Florida miles.
Cedar Key is a small historic village on the Gulf of Mexico in North Central Florida at the end of State Road 24.
Fruitland Park is adjacent to The Villages. Nurseries and groves thrived in the area many years ago.
Sebastian, Florida is a fishing village near the Treasure Coast that has retained its Old Florida charm.