By Malvika Kashyap
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In Florida, theme parks and national parks coexist in equal measure. Amazing ecological and biological diversity can be found on protected lands from the panhandle to the tip of the Keys
1. Apalachicola National Forest The Apalachicola National Forest, which lies close to Tallahassee, the state capital, is a haven for nature. Florida's biggest national forest
2. Biscayne National Park The National Park Service's largest "water park," at 172,971 acres and 95 percent water.
3. Everglades National Park This enormous park, the third largest in the contiguous United States, is too big to handle all at once.
4. Dry Tortugas National Park Dry Tortugas National Park is a 99 percent water aquatic wonderland located 70 miles off the coast of Key West.
5. Big Cypress National Preserve Big Cypress National Preserve is comparable to a smaller, less popular version of the Everglades yet is just as breathtaking.
6. Canaveral National Seashore Canaveral National Seashore is a unique location since it may be the only spot in the world where rocket ships, alligators, and nudist beaches coexist.
7. Gulf Islands National Seashore Urban areas around the Gulf Coast can find peace and tranquilly in the Gulf Islands National Seashore.
8. Fort Matanzas National Monument It was one of the first forts to be classified as a national monument in the country and one of the oldest strongholds in the state.
What are you waiting for now that you are aware of some of the top parks and preserves Florida has to offer? Get there right now!
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