Best hidden places to visit in Florida

Dry Tortugas National Park

This national park is 70 miles west of Key West and must be reached by boat or plane. It is a snorkeler's and diver's paradise, with Fort Jefferson, beautiful beaches, coral reefs.

Cedar Key

Cedar Key is a beautiful little island hamlet on the Gulf Coast with great seafood, a relaxed vibe, and access to nearby nature preserves for kayaking and birdwatching.

Blowing Rocks Preserve

amazing stretch of rocky coastline where tides crash on limestone structures, producing spectacular showers. It's a fantastic location for tidal pool exploration and photography.

Cassadaga Spiritualist Camp

Known as the "Psychic Capital of the World," Cassadaga is a small city home to a unique spiritualist community.

Three Sisters Springs

it is part of the Crystal River National Wildlife Refuge, is well-known for its crystal blue waters and an opportunity to kayak or swim with dolphins

Wakulla Springs State Park

This state park provides boat trips, swimming, and an overview of Florida's natural beauty, which includes dolphins, alligators and a variety of bird species.

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