The Big Scrub is a 360,000-acre hiking paradise. The Ocala 75-mile section is widely considered one of the best and most beautiful.
The World Wildlife Fund, Withlacoochee offers camping, hiking, biking, horseback riding and seasonal fishing and hunting.
Florida's first state park and a National Natural Landmark. Where else are you going to catch a glimpse of alligators, bison and wild horses.
Not only are there breathtaking beaches, visitors can hike through five different ecosystems and check out a vast array of wildlife on one four-mile trail.
Big Shoals is located approximately a mile east of White Springs, FL, and home to the largest whitewater rapids in Florida.
This park is home to some of the largest and oldest live oaks in Florida. The star is the Fairchild Oak, which is over 400 years old.
Challenging trails, high bluffs and the extremely rare Torreya tree can be found here. Torreya State Park might just have the most beautiful views in Florida.
Most of the trail at this unique park is underwater, so come prepared to wages more than like. Watch out for alligators!
This park is small in size but rich in spirit. Check out the Olustee Battlefield, where the largest Civil War battle in Florida took place.