Discover the national parks of Florida. Florida is a state in the southern U.S., with the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic on one side. It also has hundreds of miles of beautiful beaches. The largest city of Miami is well known for its Latin-inspired cultural influences and prominent arts community, particularly in South Beach and its nighttime, specifically, nightclubs. Orlando is famous for theme parks, such as Walt Disney World.
Florida’s natural landscape is one of its most popular attractions. Many national parks are located in Florida, particularly the Everglades National Park and Conecuh National Park. The Everglades features some of the biggest wildflowers in the United States, which attracts millions of bird species each year. The Conecuh National Park offers visitors beautiful scenery, wildlife viewing and bird watching. Dry Tortugas National Park is a fascinating place that requires a boat ride to get there. Take plenty of food and drink. You can book a tour to this location, which is the best way to learn about its history. In Florida and surrounding areas, there are many other parks and natural preserves that offer visitors the wildlife, waterfalls, beaches and scenery they’re looking for.
Florida is home to many other natural landmarks, as well. Some of the most popular and well-known monuments and parks in the U.S. are the Big Cypress National Preserve, Fort Caroline National Memorial, Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve, Fort Matanzas National Monument, Castillo de San Marcos National Monument and Canaveral National Seashore. Other national park can be found in the surrounding region, and are all worth a visit.