Discover Adventures in Ecotourism

Undiscovered Ecotourism Encompasses Northwest Florida

In today’s world, landscape filled with adventures in ecotourism is a visitors dream. Let it be said, Northwest Florida is home to unique Florida State Parks loaded in nature-base tourism and is blessed with natural wonders, wildlife, and mini-ecotourism marvels.  

Time seems to slow down in northwest Florida, also known as the upper arm of the peninsula where unspoiled terrain rules.

Springs, Shores, Scenery

The landscape in our section of the sunshine state is filled with treasures in undiscovered ecotourism or more specifically natural wonders in parks, wildlife, historical interests, mini-marvels and outdoor activities. 

The river waterways flow in different currents ranging from fresh crystal clear springs creating lakes and rivers, to salty seas washing ashore. 

The charming small towns dotted throughout the region are the essence of southern charm and hospitality. The Spanish moss in oak trees drapes over canopy roads, perfect scene for afternoon drives. Admiring sunsets is required viewing.

Fresh local eateries, shopping and discovering marvels along the way entices visitors to stay an extra day and continue exploring the entire region.

This is a piece of paradise where you Choose Your Adventure—fresh or salt water activities, state and local parks, gift and antique shops, tour exhibits at museums, or relax at the beach.

The gorgeous parks spread around the region are a hot spot for adventures in ecotourism, so plan ahead for camping or day trips.

The participating counties in Northwest Florida make up the rural tourism organization, ranging from Gadsden, Liberty and Franklin to the east, Jackson,  Calhoun, Bay, Holmes and Washington center the region, while Walton  borders the west.