Explore The Best Off-Track Tourism

Take an excursion into the unexpected side of Florida, discover its 19th century history, wonderful countryside and its rich equestrian heritage. Florida is so much more than a relaxing costal destination, it boasts booming craft brewing businesses, historic state parks and activities you can’t get anywhere else. See our below list containing some of the most thrilling off-track excursions you can take in this amazing state:

  • Visit the Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park, encompassing a 21,000-acre savanna in Micanopy, Florida, just 10 miles south of Gainesville.
  • Experience the evolution of north Florida by exploring the Dudley Farm Historic State Park in nearby Newberry, with staff in period costume, 19th century farming demonstrations and nature trails.
  • Explore the Florida Everglades & Keys via airboat ride or guided kayak trip, just watch out for any local alligators.
  • Pennekamp Coral Reef is a huge attraction, which you can explore by boat and/or snorkel and diving tours, as well as kayaking around the coast’s mangrove swamps.
  • Explore up to 53 square miles of wetlands, prairies and woodlands at Myakka River State Park, 20 miles east and one of Florida’s oldest and largest state parks. There are a series of hiking trails, plus airboat rides and kayak and canoe rentals.
  • Take the short trip out to City Island just off Sarasota and discover the Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium, a marine research centre with a variety of fascinating exhibits and sealife habitats.
  • Take the short 9 mile drive to explore Amelia Island’s historic past at The Amelia Island Museum of History, with a rendition of a Timucuan village as well as stories of the Civil War and Florida railroad heritage.

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