National Parks in Florida

The national parks of Florida are essential for the preservation of wildlife and land. The federal government protects a number of state parks in Florida where visitors can get a glimpse of the state’s ecosystem and have the opportunity to enjoy mother nature and all that she has to offer.

See Also: Florida's State Parks 

National Parks in Florida

The Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail is a 106 mile trail that runs throughout the Florida Keys from Key Largo to Key West. The trail is suited for pedestrians and bicyclists alike and parallels U.S. Highway 1. Carrying such designations as a National Scenic Highway and All-American Road. Park-goers and trail-goers can experience a wide range of activities such as skating, sightseeing, paddling, mountain biking, and boating to name a few.