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.
Florida Day Trips
This once-abandoned industrial district (known mostly for crime and urban blight) has been transformed into an international showcase for mural art.
This craft distillery in St. Augustine is the first since Prohibition to legally produce and sell Bourbon whiskey in the state of Florida. Housed in a rehabilitated ice plant, it’s a unique place to enjoy the spirit of historic Florida in the nation’s oldest city.
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.