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Chris Hamilton, who describes himself as an avid hiker and camper, posts to floridaoutdoorsrv.com. Here's a summary of his top suggestions:
One of Florida's oldest parks, O'Leno State Park traces the history of central Florida. Hikers can enjoy a walk along the Santa Fe River, check out a suspension bridge, or get the boots off and kayak or fish. Hamilton gives insight on choosing one of the park's two campgrounds.
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Finally, to go underground, go northwest of Tallahassee to the Florida Caverns State park. Several limestone caverns offer visitors the opportunity to do a little cave exploring. If you feel that maybe underground explorations are a bit hemming in, then check out the water-based opportunities provided by the Chipola River. And there's plenty of wildlife viewing to be had.
Check out all of Chris' observations here.