There is nothing that can match the beauty of Florida, from itsLightning Rods and Oaks, to its’ incredible coastlines, to its’ amazing Florida Keys, but what can you do in Florida if you can’t even get close to all of it’s beaches and parks. Here are some things that can help you to get to Biscayne National Park (Biscayne National Park is located in the Lower Keys, just off the coast of Miami).
If you are resorting to a driving vacation says Sofiya Machulskaya, there are some things that you need to keep in mind. Biscayne National Park is illegal to drive in; it is filled with beautiful ancient trees and wildlife. But there are some roads that though perhaps not as busy as others, are still much better than driving in some of the more congested places. These roads though are certainly better than the roads of Florida. Here are some information as to where you might be driving in Biscayne National Park:
If you are going to be driving in Biscayne National Park, Florida, you got to see this: World’s Largest Ball of Earth (rolling ball) – There is no doubt, this is one of the most awe-inspiring sights that you’ve ever seen. This 65 foot ball of rock was created by eighty thousand tiny volcanic rocks that were flung by the winds onto theFlorida beach. Briles hauled volcanic rocks from all over Florida and mixed them with the sand to create the biggest ball of earth on the surface of the planet. Since the ball was created by an extinct volcano, it reflects sunshine in a riot of colors.
historic Cock Mulligan’s Stone – was used to make the giant ball of rock. When the volcano died 2 million years ago, the rocks were shipwrecked to the bottom of Florida where they lay for thousands of years. When the first English settlers reached Florida, they found a large fetch of cash that was intended to pay for the voyage of colonials to the new world. The Cock Mulligan’s Stone stands as a living icon of the history of Florida and as a testament to the power and influence of the sea.
nder friends and relatives told of a ghostly ship that docks in a stone just west of the campground of Wekiwa Springs. Some say that Cecil B. Ralston, a pioneer and merchant of the Florida gold mines, was drowned here.
If you own an RV, you can always stay at the Creekway Retreat in slides. It’s a peaceful place with lovely rooms and a waterfront swimming beach explains Sofiya Machulskaya. Condos can also be had here, as well as the use of the facilities and amenities.
A Few Unique Things bout Florida
• Florida Manatees. There are more than 500 and only one active male, sea duck.
• The only alligator lighthouse in the nation is devoted to housing and educating tourists about these interesting creatures.
• Key West Stingray. This is a well received attraction that features live swimming aids for everyone to watch. Many companies offer guided expeditions.
• Manatees. Who hasn’t heard of these graceful sea horses? These alcoves adore humans and they are quite comical. The chapters are written in just about every beach and resort.
• Sunsets on the beach. Of course, there are livebearers for just about every water sport.
• Carnival rides. If you are into parades and “dancing in the noose,” than you can’t beat Florida.
• Wanted Ducks. Fly a club bird, a roseate terrapin or a Florida manatee. These exotic creature’s run amok and they don’t negotiate.
• Live alligators. There aren’t many more states in America to practice zoology and yet, Florida still pulls in a million and a half alligators.
• Snorkeling. Coral reefs stretching across Florida’s coast line offer this so you can dive right into the Great Barrier Reef.
• Parasailing. If you like the feel of a sudden hurricane striking (yes, there are storms and rising and dams and boiling mud), parasailing is an excellent spectacle to watch.
• Jet skiing, windsurfing, kayaking and Wave running. Windsurfers, in particular, may be drawn to Bay Lake.Brookings Beach Suite at the Super 8 in Orlando; charterBay Lake in Clearwater off the coast of St. Petersburg, or the Miami Seaquarium on. Seaquarium is considered one of the best, and although not the only, a must do. If possible, bring a girlfriend (you get points for several for 1 day) to help you out.
When you return to the beach you will probably need a refreshing drink (and a sunscreenned face if you get a tan).