Ravine Gardens State Park is known for its steephead ravines that are caused by a spring-fed creek that never dries up. The ravines have widened over the years and were turned into a beautiful garden. Visitors can see the garden and all its glory from a 1.8 mile long paved road, enjoying photo stops and parking areas along the way. Picnic tables, large covered pavillions, and auditoriums are also available. The garden is most known for its beautiful azaleas which are best to see during the Florida winter months.