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Detention is out of the question at the vintage hotel in Florida. In fact, you can even grab a drink at The Principal's Office when you come to the Amelia Schoolhouse Inn.

This unique vintage stay is located on Amelia Island in Fernandina Beach, FL.

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Your hiking dreams are just around the corner. There's actually a miniature Grand Canyon and it's only a short road trip from Florida. You can explore Providence Canyon, also known as the "Little Grand Canyon," at a state park in Georgia.

Providence Canyon State Park is just a 2.5-hour road trip from Tallahassee. If you're in North Florida or the Panhandle, this hike is well worth the drive.

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The moody cliffs of Florida's east coast will make you rethink the stereotypical Sunshine State shoreline. While there are well-known outcroppings, there are some you have to search for. One Florida beach Marineland near Jacksonville is one such hidden, rocky treasure.

The beach stretches from the Marineland Dolphin Adventure Park to the northern tip of Washington Oaks Gardens State Park.

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Hotel rooms can be an expensive part of anyone's vacation. But with this cheap Florida Airbnb rental, you can save without skimping on the views. This rustic seaside cabin gives you ocean views right outside your window.

The cottage is a one-bedroom home that sits right on the beach in Florida's most historic city.

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Imagine a place where the hummingbirds come and hang out in a natural setting straight out of a southern fairytale. Well, you don't have to imagine it as this serene land exists in The Sunshine State. One hidden Florida park, Beluthahatchee Park, near Jacksonville, is the perfect place to find your creative passion.

Situated in St. Johns County, the park was the former land of Stetson Kennedy, a human rights activist who created the refuge along Beluthahatchee Lake after buying the land in 1948.

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