Florida is famous for its national parks too. Florida has many national parks like Big Cypress, Canaveral, Everglades,etc...
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The Big Cypress National preserve is the famous national park in this state and it is located in southwest Florida between the cities of Miami and Naples. The visitor’s facilities and most activities originate from the Tamiami Trail.
Big Cypress National Preserve contains both the tropical and temperate plant varieties which are the home to a diversity of wildlife, including the elusive Florida panther.
This park protects over 720,000 acres of the swamp.
Biscayne national park is yet another national park in Florida. The park can be reached from either the Florida Turnoike or from US-1.
This park protects a rare combination of aquamarine waters, fish-bejeweled coral reefs and emerald islands. It also contains the evidence of 10,000 year of human history starting from pirates and ship wrecks to pineapple farmers and presidents.
It also contains outdoors entertainments such as boat, snorkel, camp, watch wildlife... or simply relax in a rocking chair gazing out over the bay.
De Soto National Memorial is named after Spaniard Hernando de Soto when he opposed Native American tribes. This National park is reached with 50 minutes drive from the two major airport namely1. Sarasota-Bradenton Airport (20 miles)2. Tampa International Airport (50 miles)This park is opened daily 9:00 a.m to 5:00 p.m. The Ground Park are opened from dawn to dusk, but the gate is closed at 5:00 p.m.There is no overnight camping in the park
Everglades National Park is the main national park in the state and it is a vast marsh covering much of southern Florida. This is largest subtropical wilderness in the United States and the endangered species. There are many things to explore in Everglades on your own at one of the four visitor centers located in different areas of the park.
It is opened everyday year round and it has park rangers to help you to plan your visit. All visitor centers are made available with maps and brochures to help you prepare for some wonderful adventures in exploring Everglades National Park!
Florida also has Resorts, Theme Parks, State Parks, etc…