Travel Guide to Florida

2017 Travel Guide to Florida

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2017 TRAVEL GUIDE TO FLORIDA 159 NATIONAL PARKS, MEMORIALS, MONUMENTS AND PRESERVES Much of Florida's history is captured in its national parks, memorials, monuments and preserves and the National Park Service works hard to preserve it ( SOUTHEAST & THE FLORIDA KEYS Biscayne National Park Dry Tortugas National Park SOUTHWEST FLORIDA Big Cypress National Preserve Everglades National Park CENTRAL EAST FLORIDA Canaveral National Seashore CENTRAL WEST FLORIDA De Soto National Memorial NORTHEAST FLORIDA Castillo de San Marcos National Monument Fort Matanzas National Monument Timucuan Ecological & Historic Preserve, includes Theodore Roosevelt Area as well as Fort Caroline National Memorial and Kingsley Plantation NORTH CENTRAL FLORIDA No national parks NORTHWEST FLORIDA Gulf Islands National Seashore Gullah/Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor (extends from North Carolina to Jacksonville, Florida) CAR RENTAL COMPANIES WEBSITES ACE Rent A Car Alamo Rent A Car Auto Europe Avis Rent A Car Budget Rent A Car Dollar Rent A Car Enterprise Rent-A-Car E-Z Rent-A-Car Florida Sun Car Rental Fox Rent A Car Hertz Car Rental Honk Worldwide Car Rental National Car Rental Payless Car Rental SIXT Rent a Car Thrifty Car Rental U-Save Car & Truck Rental Zest Car Rental zipcar RV RENTAL COMPANIES WEBSITE Allstar Coaches Luxury Motorhome Rentals America's Best RV Motorhome & RV Rentals Camp USA Motorhome Rental Cruise America RV Rental & Sales El Monte RV Motorhome Vacations Giant Recreation World /RVRentals.asp Palm Beach RV Rental RV Rentals of Orlando, Inc. USA RV Rentals TOURISM INFORMATION SOURCES IN FLORIDA Florida Welcome Centers, Convention & Visitors Bureaus and Tourism Offices are located throughout Florida, and staff is always eager to offer assistance and help visitors make the most of their stay. VISIT FLORIDA VISIT FLORIDA (VISITFLORIDA.COM) also operates Florida's five Official Florida Welcome Centers at I-10E, 16 miles west of Pensacola; US 231 near Campbellton; I- 75S, four miles north of Jennings; I-95S, seven miles north of Yulee; and at the Florida Capitol in Tallahassee. When in Florida, drop by for a free glass of Florida orange juice and pick up a free Florida Vacation Guide, a large-print map of Florida and VISIT FLORIDA partner brochures.

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