Gradual hills, antebellum plantations and canopied roads lend Tallahassee its gentility. Drive the..Pensacola Information
This region is home to the Gulf Islands National Seashore, which encompasses several beaches from..Amelia Island Information
Amelia Island, a scant 13 miles long and two miles wide, is a charming seaport village..Grayton Beach State Park Information
With its rolling dunes covered in sea oats, Grayton Beach State Park in the Beaches of South Walton..St Augustine Information
The most famous landmarks in St. Augustine, Florida include Castillo de San Marcos, Ponce de Leon's..Cedar Key Information
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Forget the bridges of Madison County - here, it's the trails. Stop and start where you wish and go..Marineland - St. Augustine Information
Tourists love dolphins, seals and all the creatures under the sea. Marineland near St. Augustine..See all locations in North Florida
There's no doubt that many of the state's most important places are in North Florida. There's Tallahassee, Florida's capital and home to two large universities, historic districts, stunning canopy roads and an Old South feel. There's the vibrant metropolis of Jacksonville, as well as Jacksonville Beach - one of the state's premier surf spots.
The University of Florida is in the college town of Gainesville, which is also a perfect home base for visits to some of the state's most interesting natural sights and outdoor pursuits, such as a 38m (120-foot) -deep sinkhole at Devil's Millhopper Geological State Park and cave-diving at Devil's Den or Blue Grotto, near Williston. The nation's oldest continuously occupied city, picturesque St. Augustine, has been remarkably well-preserved; you'll feel like you've stepped back in time as you walk the narrow winding streets and tour the historic structures.
North Florida beaches are renowned for their beauty. Those along the Northwest coast have stunning, emerald-green water and shimmering white sand, while Northeast beaches feature rugged waves and rolling dunes. But this region has other natural wonders that are equally attractive, like caverns and underwater caves; coastal dune lakes; clear, blue spring; gently rolling hills; and rivers teeming with fish and perfect for canoeing, kayaking and tubing.
North Florida is also where you'll find some of the best golf in the country, as well as the World Golf Hall of Fame in St. Augustine.
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