The Sunshine State is known for being one of the best states in the country for road trips. Between the sunshine, the warm weather, and the plethora of things to do and see, there is never a dull moment in Florida. We love putting together unforgettable road trips in Florida, for residents and visitors alike, with everything from the best natural wonders to haunted attractions. With no ice or snow to slow us down, we don’t have to wait until summer to try one of these adventures, so start planning your next road trip to these must-visit attractions in Florida. Once you’ve decided which Florida road trip to begin with, we’ve made the prep work super easy with our ultimate road trip packing list!

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Unforgettable Road Trips In Florida

What are the best day trips in Florida?

Sometimes all you have is 24 hours to explore, and a road trip seems like it’ll take a weekend. In these circumstances, we recommend taking day trips in Florida instead! There are so many different ways to see the state without needing to make a whole trip out of it. Some ideas for day trips include:

  • Redland in Miami
  • Bok Tower Gardens in Lake Wales
  • Ichetucknee Springs State Park in Fort White
  • Rainbow Springs State in Dunnellon

Depending on where you're located in Florida, you can try any of these 11 best day trip ideas to create a memorable afternoon. 

What are some little-known attractions in Florida?

Sometimes those must-visit attractions in Florida are ones that many people don’t even know exist! Forget the touristy spots for a second and consider checking out those little-known attractions first. You can begin by checking out:

  • Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens in Delray Beach
  • Falling Waters State Park in Chipley
  • Blowing Rocks Reserve in Hobe Sound

Check out this article for more information about these and other secret places in Florida that are completely awe-inspiring. You can also tackle our hidden gems road trip in Florida if you want more bang for your buck in terms of adventure.

What are the most unique things to do in Florida?

With so many different things to do in Florida, it’s hard to narrow down the attractions that will be most rewarding. For some, this involves choosing the most unique things to do in Florida - things that you really won’t find anywhere else in the country. Check out these examples:

  • Whimzeyland, also known as The Bowling Ball House, is an artists’ paradise in Safety Harbor.
  • Bok Tower Gardens in Lake Wales features a 205-foot singing tower!
  • Coral Castle in Homestead was all created by one man.
  • History comes alive in St. Augustine.