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1. Enchanted Forest Elaine Gordon Park

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A 22-acre oasis located on North Miami’s Arch Creek. Besides the natural beauty of the oak hammocks and other scenic views, the park offers paved walking trails, picnic tables and grills, rental pavilions, a tot lot and a pony ride concession. 
N. Miami, FL

305-895-1119

2. Virginia Key Beach Park

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Welcome to the Historic Virginia Key Beach Park Volunteer Today! Give Back & Have Fun. 
Miami, FL

305-960-4600

3. Everglades National Park

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The Everglades spans across 1.5 million acres that stretches over the southern part of Florida, but it easy to access the park’s three main areas. The northern section of the park is accessible via Miami or Everglades City, the southern… 
Homestead, Florida

3052427700

4. Big Cypress National Preserve

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The freshwaters of the Big Cypress Swamp, essential to the health of the neighboring Everglades, support the rich marine estuaries along Florida's southwest coast. 
Ochopee, FL

2396952000

5. Biscayne National Park

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Biscayne National Park protects a rare combination of aquamarine waters, emerald islands, and fish-bejeweled coral reefs. 
Homestead, Florida

3052301144

6. Canaveral National Seashore

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This pristine barrier island composed of dune, hammock and lagoon habitats provides protection from storms, preserves ancient Timucua Native American mounds, and is sanctuary for thousands of species of plants and animals that call Canaveral National 
Titusville, FL

13212671110

7. Castillo de San Marcos National Monument

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America Begins Here Built by the Spanish in St. Augustine to defend Florida and the Atlantic trade route, Castillo de San Marcos National Monument preserves the oldest masonry fortification in the continental United States and interprets… 
St. Augustine, Florida

+19048296506

8. DeSoto National Memorial Park

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An Epic Journey into the New World In May 1539, Conquistador Hernando de Soto’s army of soldiers, hired mercenaries, craftsmen, and clergy made landfall in Tampa Bay. They were met with fierce resistance of indigenous people protecting… 
Bradenton, Florida

19417920458

9. National Park Dry Tortugas

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Almost 70 miles (113 km) west of Key West lies the remote Dry Tortugas National Park. This 100-square mile park is mostly open water with seven small islands. Accessible only by boat or seaplane, the park is known the world over as the home of magnif 
Homestead, Florida

+13052427700

10. NATIONAL MEMORIAL Fort Caroline

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At the settlement of la Caroline, French settlers struggled for survival in a new world. Many sought religious freedom in a new land, while others were soldiers or tradesmen starting a new life. 
Jacksonville, Florida

904-641-7155

11. NATIONAL MONUMENT Fort Matanzas

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Fort Matanzas National Monument preserves the fortified coquina watchtower, completed in 1742, which defended the southern approach to the Spanish military settlement of St. Augustine. 
Saint Augustine, Florida

904-471-0116

12. National Seashore Gulf Islands

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Millions of visitors are drawn to the Gulf of Mexico for Gulf Islands National Seashore's emerald coast waters, magnificent white beaches, fertile marshes and historical landscapes. Come explore with us today! 
Gulf Breeze, Florida

850-934-2600

13. Ecological & Historical Preserve Timucuan

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Visit one of the last unspoiled coastal wetlands on the Atlantic Coast. Discover 6,000 years of human history and experience the beauty of salt marshes, coastal dunes, and hardwood hammocks. 
Jacksonville, Florida

904-641-7155

14. Birmingham Civil Rights National Monument

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In 1963, images of snarling police dogs unleashed against non-violent protesters and of children being sprayed with high-pressure hoses appeared in print and television news around the world. 
Birmingham, Al

(205) 328-9696

15. Freedom Riders National Monument

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In 1961, a small interracial band of “Freedom Riders” challenged discriminatory laws requiring separation of the races in interstate travel. 
Anniston, AL

(256) 499-7209

16. Horseshoe Bend National Military Park

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On 27 March 1814, Major General Andrew Jackson ‘s army of 3,300 men attacked Chief Menawa’s 1,000 Red Stick Creek warriors fortified in a horseshoe shaped bend of the Tallapoosa River. 
Daviston, AL

(256) 234-7111

17. Little River Canyon - NATIONAL PRESERVE

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Little River is unique because it flows for most of its length atop Lookout Mountain in northeast Alabama. 
Fort Payne, AL

(256) 845-9605

18. Natchez Trace PARKWAY

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The Natchez Trace Parkway is a 444-mile recreational road and scenic drive through three states. 
Tupelo, MS

(800) 305-7417

19. Russell Cave National Monument

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Russell Cave is an archeological site with one of the most complete records of prehistoric cultures in the Southeast. 
Bridgeport, AL

(256) 495-2672

20. Selma To Montgomery NATIONAL HISTORIC TRAIL

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Established by Congress in 1996, the Selma to Montgomery National Historic Trail commemorates the people, events, and route of the 1965 Voting Rights March in Alabama. 
Hayneville, AL

(334) 877-1983

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