Top Ten Places that will defy your image of Florida
Top Ten Places that will defy your image of Florida
When most people think of Florida, they think of beaches, alligators, theme parks, and humidity. But look closer and you’ll find some hidden gems that might defy your expectations and surprise you..
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Planning to move to Florida when I get old enough and buy an rv and get financially stable….!
10: Lame and nobody cares.
9: there are museums everywhere..again nobody cares.
8: Tourist trap
7: it’s just downtown, that’s the thing about cities bro, they all have a downtown.. nobody fucking cares.
6: Another fucking building that nobody cares about.
5: Ugly waterfalls that looks like a sewer drain that falls into a hole. waste of time, ugly.
4: Alligator filled 1 out of 10 river with "rabids" :O amazing…NOT
3: The most dangerous hobby know to man that you need to be certified for anyways.
2: caves in a state park, kinda like every other state.
1: Bison in a state park that are found plenty of other places.
Yep a list of basic bitch crap that I would expect from a Floridian. xD seriously, did you just copy this list from a tourist pamphlet?
There are plenty of cool things in Florida to do and you didn’t mention any of them. But because the people are this ^ stupid and basic, because of losers like you, not worth it.
If this made you feel salty, please tell me about it. Your salt is my seasoning.
Ichetucknee springs ❤️
The bison park was really interesting! Who knew?!
I’ve lived like 15 minutes from Bok Tower like my whole life. I’ve been to the top as a senior trip in highschool.
Very knowledgeable video. any traveller visiitng Tampa South FL city for Hotel accommodation please check the video
Stiltsville off of Bill Baggs State Park in Key Biscayne. Stiltsville is a collection of very old structures that used to be bars and brothel houses on the ocean two miles offshore built from stilts during the prohibition days. Al Capone and others had a great time since international law rules on the ocean. There used to be twenty seven of these structures that look just like homes. Today there are only around seven left due to aging and hurricanes. When you see them up close it seems as if there was a great flood. I’ve lived in South Florida all my life and had been to Bill Baggs state park until one day I noticed the homes in the middle of the ocean I was amazed, then read about them. Not much is written about Stiltsville in contrast to the uniqueness and history that these structures have.
Haven´t been there (yet) but what struck me,
(if the pictures of relatives are to be believed)
is the Moroccan architecture in some places.
Don’t forget the beautiful summer heat of 111 degrees, the sinkholes, sewage and water problems,hurricanes, bugs, traffic and crime problems
The harmonious soda intringuingly pack because babies holly calculate since a overconfident robin. cumbersome, miscreant cut
FYI – you cannot kayak the "Class 2" rapids, if you can even call them that. However, great park otherwise.
Hey that’s false advertising o know my state like back of hand, that house on the reef you used to drag me in was not on their, hmm conspiracy huh? I didn’t down thumb ya, just wanted to see that place on advertising of video.
Good video buddy i was in Tampa years ago partying with a group of freinds accross the street from the theater and they. Had a Punk Rock Band performing. That night so there was hundreds of people dressed up in Goth outfits waiting to get in when the doors opened it looked like Halloween. On the sidewalk ! I grew up in South Florida and i neve knew about the Bison there. Although i. Saw a few farms out in Colorado many years ago and was impressed at the sheer size of them in person i was told by a local out there that they were farmed. For the meat Like cows are ive actually ate Bison and i like it quite a bit
Cool, I like it.
How about go picking p.cubensis mushrooms in the cow pastures of Jupiter, FL. That qualifies?
10. Bok Tower Gardens
9. Salvador Dali Museum
8. Dry Fortuga National Park – Fort Jefferson
7. Tampa Theater
6. Henry B Plant Museum
5. Falling Water Falls
4. Hillsborough River State Park w/rapids
3. Underwater Caves and Springs
2. Florida Cverns State Park sp
1.Pains Prairies State Park
You forgot to include Florida Man.
Seacrest wolf preserve also in Chipley. You can pet wolves!
All of those buildings were built by Moors, th eorigibal inhabitants of America …,reference the treaty of peace and friendship 1786 … colonist built nothing
I love liveing in tampa also go bolts
Good job!! I would’ve went a little heavier with more of the local springs…but great job
I’m planning on moving to Florida soon. Ready to get out of this cold , wet state I’m in.
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Dry Tortugas is my #1
Horrible weather, long distances and the big city which is Miami , really sucks culturally, plastic people and bubble economy. I don’t buy it. No way.
Dude, I’m a native Floridian born way back when and while I knew of a few of these, I’m ashamed to admit there was some surprises. BTW I saw the comedian Gallager at the Tampa Theater back in the 80’s.
The Florida caverns state park is extremely cool, but if you can there are many more that you can explore!
Always great to travel Florida. St Johns River at Hwy 40 attracted us for longer stays.
0:39 I WANNA GO BACK THERE ITS BEEN 4 YEARS!! I WANT TO SEE THE WATER PARK I HAVE NOT SEEN IT YET!
I’ve lived in Florida for 20 years and have enjoyed many local destinations.
You have to include the John and Mable Ringling museum in Sarasota
A my opinion Hillsborough River State Park is okay, I definitely recommend lettuce lake Park boardwalk in tower or the myakka State Park and you can try alligator there!also highly recommend if you’re into natural history, fossils, Indian history, or anyting prehistoric the UF Gainesville natural history museum cannot recommend enough
Florida would be awesome. If it wasn’t for the people that live there.
Wow I didn’t know about the Bison!! thanks for educating a Florida girl.
Florida is not that beautiful, people are overexaggerating it been raining almost everyday! If your lucky you might find time to mow your grass in the wee hours before it rains again. And yes Florida does have some beautiful sight seeing but honestly there too much scams in Florida almost every business in Florida scam vacationers protect yourself don’t let people know that your on vacation.
Awesome video! & Hi from another fellow Floridian! ☺️
What a massive headache this tourism on steroids Stay out of our neighborhoods Take an extra hour to get to the beach or anywhere else. One hiccup on the road in certain counties will shut the whole system down Stick to the tourist attractions
Kinda surprised you left off Vortex Springs in Ponce De Leon. It’s a 150ft deep and is an incredible swimming place. Also, Fort Pickens in Pensacola is where they kept Geronimo. It’s right across from the Naval Air Station museum and you can fish while watching the Blue Angels practicing!
Only place I need to see alligators, huge pythons or any deadly venomous snakes is safely behind bars and thick glass at a zoo.
I always went to the Dali museum and didn’t realize it was a Salvador Dali museum maybe I’m a little slow or slow
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Loved the vid! I went to the Dali when they had a Walt Disney exhibit, and it wasn’t bad, but it definitely has a niche audience. I just wanted to tell people to research these things before you just spontaneously go for it, but I love the push towards leaving the negative silly FL man image that’s been planted in minds recently.