Have you known Florida for as long as it has? So why is the Florida Panhandle so overlooked? We're not complaining, these state parks are often less crowded than many parks on the peninsula.
The Florida Panhandle sands have a soft, fluffy feel to your feet, and from afar, the sand dunes here look like sugar dunes
Along the Emerald Coast Parkway in the park is one of the last remaining scraps of coastal dune scrub and, wow, is it a gem. It also has some secluded, shady campsite.
It's Bitsy Christmas Tree" that grows in only four countries in the world—Torreya State Park boasts mountains, Florida-style.
The sandy beaches you find at Grayton Beach State Park. Brilliant white sand feels incredibly soft; The water, impossibly sapphire and warm.
At Falling Waters State Park, come see the tallest waterfall in Florida. Rainwater and spring water combine to fall off the edge of a cliff and plunge into a sinkhole.