Get in, buckle up and head south to Topsail Hill Preserve State Park in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida. This hot spot is known to many so make your reservations this instant. Take advantage of more than 3 miles of pristine beaches, unbelivable views and the salt air.
- Learn more about this hot spot here.
The Ecofina Creek meanders through the center of Northwest Florida. It is a stone’s throw from Chipley and Youngstown. The creek is over the hills and through the woods yet worth the drive. The free landing is easily missed off of State Road 20, so keep an eye out for this remote yet pristine spot on North Blue Springs Road in Youngstown.
To reveal a secret not mentioned in this article are two gorgeous springs located in Northwest Florida which don’t make the news. It seems as though the locals keep it to themselves. Nonetheless, the two are
Also noted in this article is swimming at Florida Caverns State Park. Please check their website for latest updates at this park.
Read the story of 7 best natural springs in Florida here.
Getaway to Apalachicola
Written by Authentic Florida Guest Blogger/Author Laura Albritton, her latest book is Hidden History of the Florida Keys
Apalachicola, positioned on the banks of a sublimely beautiful river and bay, is my new favorite weekend escape. Until recently I’d heard of – but never visited – this gem of a small town. Like some Floridians, I wasn’t especially familiar with this region of the panhandle. (It’s not called “the Forgotten Coast” for nothing.) What I discovered were miles of unspoiled scenery, long stretches of Gulf-front beach, and historic sites that make Franklin County well worth exploration. Here you’ll find Alligator Point, St. Teresa, Dog Island, St George Island, the towns of Carrabelle and Eastpoint, and of course, beguiling Apalachicola itself. Read Entire Story
Jackson County Floridan
By Deborah Buckhalter – April 14, 2018