The Sunshine State
The Sunshine State is one of the top vacation destinations in the country. Yes, there are the beaches, and there’s Disney World, and of course, Key Lime Pie, and the different regions of Florida each have their own distinct flavor and flair. There’s bound to be the perfect Florida place for you.
Gulf Coast/Atlantic Ocean Coastal Plains
Consist of flat land, fronted by barrier islands, sandy beaches, coral reefs and sandbars.
Upland, hilly area of the north and northwest
The low rolling hills of the uplands area stretch across the Florida Panhandle and is the area where the state’s highest point, Britton Hill, rises to 345 feet.
The swampy Everglades is the largest subtropical wilderness in the U.S and consists of bays, channels, small lakes and tiny islands. It is officially designated as an International Biosphere Reserve, World Heritage Site and a Wetland of International Significance.
Considered an archipelago of about 1,700 islands and extends southwest from the southeastern tip of the Florida peninsula to the Dry Tortugas in the Gulf of Mexico.