Best beaches in Florida: Top 20 best rated and most popular beaches in Florida
What are the best beaches in Florida? Check the most popular and the best rated beaches in Florida.
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Florida beaches :
North Miami Beach
St. George Island Beach
Orchid Island (Florida)
Don Pedro Island
Anna Maria Island Beach
Smathers Beach Key West
Indian River Shores
Pine Island, Hernando County, Florida
Manasota Key, Florida
Oriole Beach, Florida
South Beach, Miami
Indian Harbour Beach
Fort Myers Beach Florida
St. Augustine Beach Florida
Marco Island Beach Florida
Big Lagoon State Park
Indian Rocks Beach
Penascola Beach Florida
Destin Beach Florida
Siesta Key Beach
Laguna Beach, Florida
Miami Beach Florida
Egmont Key State Park
Perdido Key Florida
Boca Chica, Florida Boca Raton
Hollywood Beach Florida
Sunny Isles Beach
Bahia Honda State Park Beach
Clearwater Beach Florida
St. Andrews State Park
Henderson Beach State Park
St. Pete Beach Florida
Horseshoe Beach, Florida
Santa Rosa Beach
Cedar Key, Florida
Atlantic Beach Florida
Daytona Beach Florida
Cape Florida Beach Key Biscayne
Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park
Gulf Islands National Seashore
Little Gasparilla Island
Ponte Verda Beach
Fort Island Gulf Beach
Beverly Beach, Florida
Gasparilla Island State Park
Wabasso Beach Florida
Mexico Beach, Florida
Palm Beach Shores
New Smyrna Beach
North Palm Beach
Jupiter Beach Florida
Cocoa Beach Florida
T.H. Stone Memorial St. Joseph Peninsula State Park
Royal Palm Beach
Panama City Beach Florida
Sarasota Beach Florida
Fort Walton Beach
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Masaryktown, Florida, United States
Masaryktown, Florida, United States 2002 - streets, historic plaques, cemetery
Masaryktown is a census-designated place (CDP) in Hernando County, Florida, United States. The population was 920 at the 2000 census. Masaryktown was founded in 1924 and It is named after the first president of Czechoslovakia, Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk.
My husband and I love to travel a lot! This time we took a cruise down to one of our favorite chill spots: New Smyrna Beach. Between the ocean breeze and the friendly faces ready to greet you, NSB is definitely the capital of making memories
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Exploring Captiva Island in Florida!
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1 Acre For Sale Brooksville Florida Owner Financing
This 1 acre lot (two huge 1/2 lots /lots 2 & 3) near Brooksville Florida are located in the coastal county of Hernando near the Gulf Of Mexico. This 1 acre lot would make an excellent building site with power available at the road and all utilities in the area. This pretty green parcel is draped in pine trees and has green leafy trees all over it. It's located inside the Royal Highlands Subdivision on English Sparrow Road.
This 1 acre lot is located 20 miles Northwest of Brooksville Florida,which happens to be the county seat of beautiful Hernando County Florida. Brooksville has a population base of about 172,000 people and Hernando County is the 35th fastest growing county in the United States. Tampa Florida , which is home to professional football and baseball teams, is located just a few hours Southeast from this 1 acre lot. This 1 acre lot is zoned vacant residential and would make a great location for a new home. Water would be by well as the natives say the water table is great here. Sewer would be by septic.
There are other nice homes on English Sparrow Road as you can see in some of our pictures for this listing. The Royal Highlands Subdivision of Brooksville Florida is a wonderful community. There also are no home owner fees for this parcel. Property taxes are about $250.00 per year.
This 1 acre lot is located close to everything! It is just a few minutes away from Florida's Gulf Coast, beaches, fishing and fun! Weeki Wachee Springs State Park, which is the home of live mermaids, is located very close to this lot. Withlacoochee State Forest is located near Brooksville, and is a 157,479 acre protected state forest. Withlacoochee State Forest is a haven for the outdoor enthusiast. Activities include miles of trails for HIKING, BICYCLING, HORSEBACK RIDING and CANOEING. The Dunes Golf Club, long noted as one of the premier championship golf courses in the metro Tampa Bay area, is located about 5 minutes from this lot.PINE ISLAND FLORIDA IS A TROPICAL ISLAND PARADISE ON THE GULF COAST OF FLORIDA and it is located close by too.
With power and utilities close, road frontage and recreational opportunities, this will be a great lot for it's new owner.
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Lake Parker Park, Lakeland, Florida
This video is a walking tour of Lake Parker Park's newest playground. Lake Parker Park is on the shores of Lake Parker in Lakeland, Fl.
Calusa Indian Mound St Petersburg FL
The Calusa lived on the sandy shores of the southwest coast of Florida. These Indians controlled most of south Florida. The population of this tribe may have reached as many as 50,000 people. The Calusa men were tall and well built with long hair. Calusa means fierce people, and they were described as a fierce, war-like people. Many smaller tribes were constantly watching for these marauding warriors. The first Spanish explorers found that these Indians were not very friendly. The explorers soon became the targets of the Calusa attacks. This tribe was the first one that the Spanish explorers wrote home about in 1513.
The Calusa lived on the coast and along the inner waterways. They built their homes on stilts and wove Palmetto leaves to fashion roofs, but they didn't construct any walls.
The Calusa Indians did not farm like the other Indian tribes in Florida. Instead, they fished for food on the coast, bays, rivers, and waterways. The men and boys of the tribe made nets from palm tree webbing to catch mullet, pinfish, pigfish, and catfish. They used spears to catch eels and turtles. They made fish bone arrowheads to hunt for animals such as deer. The women and children learned to catch shellfish like conchs, crabs, clams, lobsters, and oysters.
The Calusa are considered to be the first shell collectors. Shells were discarded into huge heaps. Unlike other Indian tribes, the Calusa did not make many pottery items. They used the shells for tools, utensils, jewelry, and ornaments for their shrines. Shell spears were made for fishing and hunting.
Shell mounds can still be found today in many parts of southern Florida. Environmentalists and conservation groups protect many of these remaining shell mounds. One shell mound site is Mound Key at Estero Bay in Lee County. Its construction is made entirely of shells and clay. This site is believed to be the chief town of the Calusa, where the leader of the tribe, Chief Carlos lived.
Archaeologists have excavated many of these mounds to learn more about these extinct people. Artifacts such as shell tools, weapons, and ornaments are on display in many Florida history museums.
Living and surviving on the coast caused the tribesmen to become great sailors. They defended their land against other smaller tribes and European explorers that were traveling by water. The Calooshahatchee River, which means River of the Calusa, was their main waterway.
They traveled by dugout canoes, which were made from hollowed-out cypress logs approximately 15 feet long. They used these canoes to travel as far as Cuba. Explorers reported that the Calusa attacked their ships that were anchored close to shore. The Calusa were also known to sail up and down the west coast salvaging the wealth from shipwrecks.
What happened to these fierce sailing Indians? The Calusa tribe died out in the late 1700s. Enemy Indian tribes from Georgia and South Carolina began raiding the Calusa territory. Many Calusa were captured and sold as slaves.
In addition, diseases such as smallpox and measles were brought into the area from the Spanish and French explorers and these diseases wiped out entire villages. It is believed that the few remaining Calusa Indians left for Cuba when the Spanish turned Florida over to the British in 1763.
Weeki Wachee + Microtel | Spring Hill, FL | 2018
Weeki Wachee + Microtel | Spring Hill, FL | 2018
Kentucky & Tennessee Road Trip
Road trip to Kentucky and Tennessee, conducting genealogical research and sightseeing.