The Scenic Train Ride In Florida That Runs Year-Round
For any of you who have train enthusiasts in the family, or kids who are looking for a one-of-a-kind Florida adventure, we have the perfect place. Largo Central Railroad has been allowing guests to hit the rails every year since 1991. While this railroad experience might be on the…miniature side, that doesn’t mean that it doesn’t offer a spectacular experience for both kids and adults alike every single month. Check out one of the best miniature train rides in Florida.
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What are the most interesting towns and cities in Florida?
Out of its over 400 municipalities, there are many interesting towns and cities in Florida. Check out some of these:
Cassadaga: Located in Volusia County, this town is known for its large concentration of mediums. A visit here will provide you with tons of metaphysical shopping opportunities as well as readings and other spiritualism-related things to do and see.
Boca Grande: Located on the Gulf Coast, this town provides visitors with gorgeous white-sand beaches, tarpon fishing, boating, museums, and more. And be sure to visit Cayo Costa island, accessible only by boat.
Dade City: This city offers plenty in the way of history through its open-air Pioneer Florida Museum that celebrates the state's history. You can also take in the artsy downtown or check out the giraffes at Giraffe Ranch.
What are the best beaches in Florida?
With over 1,300 miles of coastline, it’s safe to say there are a lot of beaches in the Sunshine State. Take a look at some of the best beaches in Florida:
South Beach Park: This South Beach is actually located in the city of Vero Beach, over 100 miles from the other South Beach in Miami. It’s not only a great spot to sunbathe and swim, but also popular for treasure hunters.
Bowman’s Beach: Located on the 33-square-mile Sanibel Island, this beach is also known for its beautiful sand and swimming opportunities. But what sets it apart from many others are the remarkable seashells that can be found ashore.
What are the most famous bridges in Florida?
Out of the over 12,000 within the state, there are several famous bridges in Florida. Have you ever been over any of these?
Sunshine State Skyway: This Tampa bridge is four miles long and connects Terra Ceia and St. Petersburg. You can stop at the rest areas on either side to see its views and scenery or take in some water recreation at the shores of Tampa Bay.
Caloosahatchee Bridge: Named after the river it flows over, this mile-long bridge connects Fort Myers and North Fort Myers. You can walk, run, or cycle on the bridge or take in the parks on either side.