Visit Florida

Bordered on the north by Alabama and Georgia; on the west by the Gulf of Mexico ; on the east by the Atlantic Ocean; and on the south by the Straits of Florida. This unique penisula is our most southeastern state, and is one of the largest draws for tourism in the United States. Each year, hundreds of thousands of visitors from all over the world flock here to visit such popular tourist attractions as Walt Disney World and Universal Studios Orlando, as well as its many beaches, restaurants and resort areas. Florida is also home to more than 1,700 streams, creeks and rivers, including Lake Okeechobee, the state's biggest inland freshwater lake. While much of the panhandle is covered in grassy hills, the far south and keys contain mostly swampland, lakes and springs. To the east, sandbars and beaches reach out to meet Atlantic Ocean, while the west boarders the Gulf of Mexico. To the far south, the islands of the Florida Keys stretch nearly 120 into the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico. From amusement parks, scuba diving and snorkeling, to deep sea fishing, swamp tours in the Everglades, and just relaxing on the white sandy beaches -- it doesn’t get much better than “The Sunshine State.”

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