Florida has hidden treasures from coast to coast, and there's an island sanctuary near Jupiter that's full of scenic natural tunnels you can explore. So get ready, because a visit to Blowing Rocks Preserve in Florida will surely fuel your sense of adventure.

The preserve is located on Jupiter Island on the east coast of the state. This beautiful sanctuary is open to the public from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. daily, closed only on major holidays. 

The lands are lush with sea grape plants that form natural archways big enough to walk through. You can follow these quaint passageways and feel like you're in a real-life Hobbit village. 

If you want to delve deeper, you can go on the nature tour with The Nature Conservancy. You'll see all the preserve has to offer as well as learn about conservation efforts in the area.

Diverse plants and animals can be spotted here, including butterflies and beach sunflowers. If you are lucky, you could see nesting sea turtles.

This spot also features a beautiful rocky shoreline that sets it apart from the average Florida beach. The rocks form a spectacular silhouette against the bright blue waters of the Atlantic. 

So if you are ready to get away from the norm, be sure to check out this whimsical coastal wonderland. 

For more enchanting experiences around Florida, check out this beach horseback ride on Jekyll Island and these southern states where you can see fireflies this spring.

Blowing Rocks Preserve

Price: $2 per person

Address: 575 S. Beach Rd., Hobe Sound, FL

Why You Need To Go: Explore this unique beach in Florida with sea grape tunnels, rocky shorelines, and scenic views.

We strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.

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