Florida Valleys, Head & Hollows

Florida has 35 Valleys as designated by the U.S. Geological Survey. Our valleys are not the same as most northern states as we do not have tall mountains. These locations were designated years ago and some have developed into communities while others are simply a point on the map. See the list here. 

Valleys are areas that have been carved out over time by rivers and streams. These valleys provide lush, verdant vegetation that is home to an array of wildlife species. The headwaters, or the first part of a river before it flows into larger bodies of water, offer splendid views as they flow through the valleys. Finally, hollows are depressions in the earth which can be filled with water or vegetation.

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