This park is one of the most historic parks in the state of Florida. On these grounds, the Dade’s Battle of 1835 took place. It was the longest and most costly Indian war in American history, thus making this a National Historic Landmark. Every January, there are thousands of visitors who come to the grounds to see the battle reenactment as well as peruse the beautiful grounds. The small museum that sits on the grounds houses actual artifacts and exhibits related to the Florida Seminole wars. During the summer, there are day camps that take place for kids with tons of activities to keep them entertained. Open every day of the week, visitors come here to hike and bike, picnic, go birding, and geo-seeking. It’s also a great place for hosting gatherings including weddings. Definitely check it out if you’re interested in history!
Location: Central Florida
Additional Resources: Official Website