Florida is known for many obvious things: Disney World, alligators, oranges. But what it might not be overtly known for is its haunted history, While Florida might not be known for ghosts specifically, but there are plenty here that are worth checking out. If you’re curious about the darker, more mysterious locations in our state, check out this road trip below. It’s a 15-hour drive, so consider taking a long weekend and staying at a hotel or two along the way. (Some of our stops are even haunted hotels.) Here is the Google Maps route, so that you can follow it or revamp it as you wish. Enjoy this spectacular haunted road trip through Florida!
Have you been to any of these places on the haunted road trip through Florida? Are there any other haunted spots in Florida you think we should explore? Make sure to add them to the comments section!
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Haunted Road Trip Through Florida
Marisa Roman|June 28, 2020
What are the most haunted places in Florida?
Exploring haunted places in Florida can be some of the most exciting adventures you can have in the state. As long as you’re brave enough, of course. Some of the most haunted places in Florida are mentioned above, but there are plenty more scary spots to visit, too. Between the Miami Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables and the beautifully terrifying Key West Cemetery, there is so much history within the state. Check out these 14 truly haunted places in Florida.
Are there any ghost towns in Florida?
Out of all the Florida ghost stories there are, many of them revolve around haunted towns. Ghost towns in Florida can be classified in different ways, either an abandoned town with loads of history or a town like Cassadaga where spirits roam free. Oftentimes the abandoned towns are the most exciting of them all, especially because there is true history there. Check out these 8 fascinating ghost towns in Florida for a glimpse into the past.
Are there haunted battlefields in Florida?
There are tons of creepy places in Florida that are worth exploring, from lighthouses to hotels, museums, and more. But if you really wanted a welcomed dose of history, we recommend checking out the haunted battlefields. Two perfect examples of haunted battlefields brimming with tale tales include the Olustee Battlefield Historic Park in Sanderson as well as the Date Battlefield Historic State Park.