Move To These 10 Towns In Florida If You Wanna Get Away From It All
With so many people moving to the Sunshine State every year, your city might start to feel a little crowded. If you’re looking for a more relaxed place where you can live life at a slower pace, consider checking out one of these tiny towns:
1. Cedar Key
Cedar Key is famous for its clams and Old Florida style. Once you visit here, you'll never want to leave.
This town near Gainesville is a beloved treasure trove of antiques. Enjoy life at a slower pace on the streets lined with shady oaks and historic buildings.
3. Lake Placid
Lake Placid is known for the lovely murals that grace its historic downtown district, along with being the Caladium Capital of the World. You can relax in this small town of fewer than 2,000 people.
This little town in Northwest Florida is famous for its huge, delicious oysters. A visit to this authentic fishing village is like walking back in time.
5. San Antonio
This Pasco County town has only around 1,000 residents. It was founded as a Catholic community in the 1800s, and now it's home to an annual Rattlesnake Festival that's lots of fun.
Not only is this sleepy little town of fewer than 4,000 residents adorable, its home to two of Florida's unique attractions: Falling Waters State Park and the Seacrest Wolf Preserve.
7. White Springs
White Springs is a town of around 800 in northeast Florida. This town on the Suwanee River has a great historic district and remains of a bath house that was Florida's first tourist attraction. There's also Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park, which is especially popular in May during the Florida Folk Festival.
8. DeFuniak Springs
This panhandle town is known for its historic buildings and quaint Victorian homes.
This small town of fewer than 500 people between Gainesville and Ocala has a lovely historic district. Keep history alive and visit their 1890s festival on October 24th.
10. Crescent City
This tiny town sits between two lakes in Putnam County. The annual catfish festival, held every April, draws visitors from all over the state.
Do you live in (or visit) any of these towns? What’s your favorite tiny town in Florida?
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