The tallest mountain in Florida would barely count as molehill in many other states. But Sugarloaf Mountain offers a rare, scenic view of the surrounding landscape. On a cool morning with fog in in valleys, you might forget for a moment that you’re in Florida!
Sinkholes in Florida are notorious for suddenly swallowing cars and houses. But these geological oddities are also a natural and sometimes spectacular part of the landscape. These five hikes from around the state are all great ways to safely enjoy Florida’s sinkholes.
This once-abandoned industrial district (known mostly for crime and urban blight) has been transformed into an international showcase for mural art.
If you were to stumble upon a chest of buried treasure, Florida’s Talbot Islands would be the perfect setting. Far away from the crowds, you could sit in the dunes under the shade of a scrubby sabel palm and savor your discovery without distraction.
Deep in a forgotten scrub forest, this 10-mile stretch of red-brick road once saw a steady stream of ‘Tin Can Tourists’ in Model-T Fords from as far away as Chicago to the exotic, tropical wilderness of Florida.
There’s something magical about a city skyline, especially at night. For lovers of dramatic cityscapes, here are the top Florida Skylines — and the best locations from which to enjoy them.