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  • Ichetucknee Springs

    While most people stick to Florida's beaches, some of the most beautiful and lush parts of Florida are its rivers. Ichetucknee Springs State Park is on one of the most pristine and beautiful rivers in Florida. Visitors can hike, picnic, snorkel, or float in the beautiful crystal clear waters. You...
    Posted to Forum by mike on 04-02-2008
  • St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge

    Another natural gem located within an hour of Tallahassee is the St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge. It hosts a huge variety of species of wildlife and a beautiful coastal forest and wetlands habitat. It has hiking/biking trails, great fishing spots, and a lighthouse to tour. St. Marks serves as a major...
    Posted to Forum by mike on 04-02-2008
  • Re: Wakulla Springs

    Wakulla Springs is a great place to see gators. They're everywhere. Sometimes, you'll see 12ft. gators just lying on the banks or swimming beside your boat. And if you're really lucky, you'll get a tour guide who will drive right up to the gators and make them hiss at you. And if by some...
    Posted to Forum by Jon on 03-31-2008
  • Wakulla Springs

    Edward Ball Wakulla Springs is located just south of Tallahassee, FL. It houses one of the largest freshwater springs in the world. This flows into a wild and beautiful river full of diverse wildlife. At the park you can enjoy hiking, picnicking, swimming, and wildlife viewing. They also host guided...
    Posted to Forum by mike on 03-26-2008
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