There is a park hidden in North Florida that looks like the ruins of an ancient lost civilization. Undoubtedly one of Florida's most unique places, Ravine Gardens State Park is a great place to explore suspension bridges, memorials, and stone steps as if you're in a lost world.\nRavine Gardens State Park may not really be ancient, but it is historic. The park dates back to the New Deal era, when the Works Progress Administration (WPA) turned the site into a garden, according to Florida State Parks.\nThe park is bursting with beautiful greenery, giving the overgrown look of a lost world. Its gigantic trees are draped in moss, making you feel like you're on a jungle safari while you explore the gardens.\nRavine Gardens features two suspension bridges that offer stunning views of the park. The bridges are popular spots for photos & you can walk across the bridges to enjoy the view.\nView this post on Instagram @ravinegardens is a hidden gem. Must visit if you’re in the area! . . . . . #artofvisuals #welivetoexplore #natureaddict #ourplanetdaily #instanaturelover #travelog #mytinyatlas #forahappymoment #exploringtheglobe #lovefl #flstateparks #roamflorida #мост #bridge #флорида #ravinegardens #palatka A post shared by Kateryna Samokhina (@katerynasamokhina) on Sep 4, 2018 at 9:05pm PDT\nAnother historic feature of Ravine Gardens is the memorial to Franklin D. Roosevelt. The memorial is 64 feet tall and made of limestone and brick, built by the WPA back in 1933, according to Waymarking.com.\nView this post on Instagram The #obelisk dedicated to Franklin D. Roosevelt at the #RavineGardensStatePark. #Palatka #Florida A post shared by Killian (@anonymousjinx) on Oct 10, 2019 at 4:50pm PDT\nYou may run across several sets of stone steps in the park, built into the lush surroundings. There are also several dreamy bubbling springs in the park where you can see underground water feed into the ravines.\nView this post on Instagram When life gets you down, there's only one way to go: Up! #up #stairs #cliche #explore #adventure #photography #ravinegardensstatepark #palatkaflorida #palatka #photoshoot #modeling #buckle #buckleoaksmall #buckleofgainesville #buckledout #iveneverdonethisbefore #tryingnewthings #outsidecomfortzone A post shared by Megan (@blscientest) on Apr 3, 2017 at 7:07pm PDT\nRavine Gardens is open every day from 8 a.m. to sundown. Visit this fall and enjoy the park's vibrant autumn colors.\nFor more adventures, check out this natural pool in the Florida Panhandle and this map that will take you on an epic Florida adventure.\nRavine Gardens State Park\nPrice: $5 per vehicle\nHours: open daily from 8 a.m. to sundown\nAddress: 1600 Twigg St, Palatka, FL 32177\nWhy You Need To Go: You can visit this jungle-like park in North Florida and feel like you're exploring ancient ruins.\nWebsite \n\n\nWe 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.