Discover the outdoors and Florida’s natural areas

Florida’s geographical location, climate and geology make this state unlike any other. Its peninsular shape along the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico make for the longest coastline in the 48 contiguous states. Its semi-tropical climate allows it to have a diverse array of flora and fauna — some seen nowhere else in the world. The mostly low, flat terrain and absorbent, water-retaining limestone bedrock make this state rich in valuable water resources above and below ground.

Florida must see sights

While you live in Florida, it is important to remember that this state has more than just Disney World, Panama City and Bush Gardens. Florida has more than theme parks and beaches. It is the home of many historic places that any sightseer and food connoisseur would love.