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Fort PickensFort Pickens

Completed in 1834 and Used Until WWII When Modern Weapons Made Traditional Coastal Defense Obsolete- Famous Indian Chief Geronimo Was Imprisoned Here- Self Guided Tours - Ferry Service From Pensacola Beach
Fort Pickens
Children`s GardenChildrens Garden

2 1/2 Acre Wonderland of Fun Beneath Bearded Oaks
Children`s Garden
St. Marks
San Marcos De Apaleche Historical ParkSan Marcos de Apalache Park and Museum

Stone Ruins of 17th Century Spanish Fort  Captured by Pirates-Held by British Troops in the American Revolution Southern Troops Held it During the Civil War- State Historical Park
San Marcos De Apaleche Historical Park
St. Pete Beach
Shell Key ShuttleShell Key Shuttle and Sunset Cruises

Unwind in the Sand and Surf on the Unspoiled Barrier Island of Shell Key
Shell Key Shuttle
Leon Sinks Geologica lAreaLeon Sinks Geologica Area

Nature Trails Meander Beside a Serieof Sinkholes  in Apalachicola National Forest Just South of Tallahassee
Leon Sinks Geologica lArea
State Capitol Buildings & MuseumState Capitol Buildings and Museum

New Capitol Building With Stunning 22 Story-High View and Heritage Museum in the Old Capital Built in 1945
State Capitol Buildings & Museum
Tarpon Springs
Suncoast Safari CompanySuncoast Safari and Lakeview Hideaway

Ride with Captain Ross  for eco tours and fishing near Tarpon Springs and Anclote island. Also, stay at the private lodge with lake view.
Suncoast Safari Company
Fort Clinch Historic Site
Amelia Island
Well-Preserved 19th Century Brick Fortress at the entrance of Cumberland Sound Was A Safe Haven For Blockade Runners Early in the Civil War. Recaptured By Federal Troops in 1862  -
2601 Atlantic Ave. Fernandina Beach
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