Florida Off the Beaten Path®. A Guide to Unique Places by Diana Gleasner, Bill Gleasner

By Diana Gleasner, Bill Gleasner

Florida Off the crushed Path positive factors the things travelers and locals want to determine and experience––if purely they knew approximately them. From the simplest in neighborhood eating to quirky cultural tidbits to hidden sights, specific unearths, and weird locales, Florida Off the crushed Path takes the reader down the street much less traveled and divulges a side of Florida that different guidebooks simply do not supply. The twelfth version incorporates a full-color insert.

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A special anniversary. Or perhaps you want to take the whole family along. The kids will talk about this ride the rest of their lives. com. St. Vincent National Wildlife Gulf County and its 43 miles of Refuge on St. Vincent Island is a pristine shorelines earned their bridgeless gem given over to some sobriquet, “Florida’s Forgotten interesting animals and birds. White-­ Coast,” the hard way. In the 1990s tailed deer, wild hogs, raccoons, and state tourism officials literally left opossums share the triangular-­shaped it off the map.

Ing Ripley’s Believe It or Not! m. Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Museum, was built in 1887 by Historic State Park, 18700 S. CR 325, William G. Warden, once a partner of John D. org. the Standard Oil Company. ” He asked WarState Park, just south of Gainesville. den to invest in the construction Indian artifacts dating back to 7000 of a great railroad to connect St. BC have been unearthed here. The Augustine with New York. visitor center (863-375-4717) contains Warden went to Florida, studied interesting exhibits on the natural the railroad project, and declared and cultural history of the preserve.

A grape arbor, outhouse, pantry house, chicken pen, barn, corncrib, cane grinder, and smokehouse round out the self-­ sufficient scene of yesteryear. indd 33 1/10/14 2:08 PM 34 Off the Beaten Path The Visitor Center Museum and Cracker Homestead are off US 19 and 27A just south of Perry. m. m. Thurs through Mon except Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Day. org. In October the Florida Forest Festival celebrates by crowning a Forestry Queen and holding chainsaw championships and arts and crafts shows.

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