This Map Will Take You On The Most Epic Florida Road Trip Anyone’s Ever Been On

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Florida Road Trip Ideas That Will Take You On The Most Epic Adventure

From the waterfalls of the Panhandle to the gators of the Everglades, this road trip will lead you on a stunning journey through the Sunshine State. You'll see everything from a 500-year-old city to crystal-clear natural springs. If you're looking for epic Florida road trip ideas, look no further than this list & get ready for an adventure you won't soon forget.

Falling Waters State Park

Price: $5 per vehicle

Address: 1130 State Park Rd, Chipley, FL 32428

Why You Need To Go: Kick off your road trip with the largest waterfall in Florida, a stunning 73-foot drop, according to Florida State Parks.

Fountain of Youth Archeological Park

Price: $17

Address: 11 Magnolia Ave, St. Augustine, FL 32084

Why You Need To Go: Take a sip from the Fountain of Youth. This one-of-a-kind adventure is tucked away in St. Augustine, established in 1565.

Walt Disney World

Price: Varies per ticket

Address: Walt Disney World Resort, Orlando, FL 32830

Why You Need To Go: Stop in Orlando for a magical adventure at Disney World and feel like royalty for a day or two.

Miami Beach

Address: Miami Beach, FL

Why You Need To Go: Soak up some sun at North Beach during the day before heading to South Beach after dark for its famously vibrant nightlife.

Everglades National Park

Price: per vehicle $30, per person $15

Address: 40001 State Rd 9336, Homestead, FL 33034

Why You Need To Go: Swing by the Everglades for a stunning visual experience. You'll probably spot some gators on your journey through the largest subtropical wilderness in the U.S.

Turtle Beach

Address: Turtle Beach, FL 34242

Why You Need To Go: Take a dip in the bright blue waters of Turtle Beach. This hidden beach is the perfect Florida getaway.

Weeki Wachee Springs State Park

Price: $13

Address: 6131 Commercial Way, Weeki Wachee, FL 34606

Why You Need To Go: For stunning crystal-clear waters, go for a swim at Weeki Wachee. While you're there, check out one of the park's epic rope swings.

Rainbow Springs State Park

Price: $2

Address: 19158 SW 81st Place Rd, Dunnellon, FL 34432

Why You Need To Go: Round off your trip with the spectacular waterfalls at Rainbow Springs. These sparkling blue springs are what Florida's all about. You can even float for hours down a natural lazy river.

In total, it will take about 20 hours and 45 minutes of driving for this road trip — so get ready for a long and unforgettable ride to some of Florida's most beautiful destinations. Happy road tripping!

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Florida Road Trip

Length: Approximately 1,305 miles

Why You Need To Go: If you want to soak up everything Florida has to offer, this epic road trip is for you.


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