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Falling Waters

Falling Waters State Park, Florida

The main draw of Falling Waters is, naturally, a waterfall. A 73-foot waterfall, to be exact-- the tallest in the state. Now, if you’re like us you’re probably thinking: ‘How the heck does flat ole Read more...
The main draw of Falling Waters is, naturally, a waterfall. A 73-foot waterfall, to be exact-- the tallest in the state. Now, if you’re like us you’re probably thinking: ‘How the heck does flat ole Florida have a waterfall that tall?’ Well, it sort of cheats by falling past terra firma and into a cavernous ‘sink’ or sinkhole which, if anything, makes it an even cooler sight. The rest of the park has other sinks that are traced by hiking trails as well as a nice lake to swim in. The park is right off of I-10, so it’s easily accessible. Oh, and there’s a butterfly garden too, if you’re into that sort of thing. Personally, we’re too edgy for butterflies. Except for the ones on our Lisa Frank folders—those are awesome.
Falling Waters State Park Campground
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