Kelsey Kalinski

Northwest Florida, Orlando

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  1. Panama City Beach Conservation Park - Hiking

    Northwest Florida

    The Panama City Beach Conservation Park is a great place to go for a hike and to get away from the busy beach. It is very quiet and offers many different trails and boardwalks through wetlands and pine forest.

  2. Falling Waters State Park - Hiking

    Northwest Florida

    Falling Waters State Park contains many sinkholes, including the Falling Waters Sink, which features Florida's tallest waterfall. If you love waterfalls and you are not able to drive to the mountains, this is a great place to visit for a quick weekend trip.

  3. Wakulla River - Kayaking

    Northwest Florida

    This river, teeming with wildlife, makes a perfect day for any paddler from beginner to expert. There are multiple starting points and you can take your own boat or rent one from various outfitters.

  4. Florida Caverns State Park - Hiking

    Northwest Florida

    Florida Caverns State Park is a great place to cool off during a Florida summer, with a 65 degree cave and a river with springs, as well as shaded hiking trails. The park is open year-round and offers many outdoor activities.

  5. Topsail Hill Preserve State Park - Hiking

    Northwest Florida

    Topsail Hill Preserve State Park, with its 13 miles of trails and 3.2 miles of gorgeous, undeveloped beach, has something for everyone. Spend the morning hiking through a peaceful pine forest and the afternoon sunbathing next to the Gulf of Mexico.

  6. Bear Lake Recreation Area - Hiking

    Northwest Florida

    The Bear Lake Loop Trail is a great 4 mile hike to take the entire family. The recreation area also has a campground, boat ramp, and fishing pier.

  7. Shell Island - Paddling

    Northwest Florida

    Shell Island is a great place to escape the crowds of Panama City Beach. Spend a day paddling in the calm waters of the bay, watching dolphins and relaxing on the beach.

  8. Henderson Beach State Park - Camping

    Northwest Florida

    Camping at Henderson Beach State Park combines the peace and quiet of nature with the convenience of being just outside of the city of Destin. There is a nature trail as well as a mile of undeveloped beach in the park but the restaurants and shopping of Destin can be easily reached in the same day.

  9. Bike Trails of South Walton - Cycling

    Northwest Florida

    With over 200 miles of trails for biking and hiking, South Walton has something for everyone. The 18.6 mile, paved Timpoochee Trail is a great way to explore this area by bike.

  10. St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge - Cycling

    Northwest Florida

    The St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge is a beautiful place for a bike ride, whether you're on a road/triathlon bike, mountain bike, or even a beach cruiser. The 13-mile round trip ride on Lighthouse Road is full of amazing views and excellent wildlife watching, and there are plenty of options to make the ride longer.

  11. 5 Amazing Places to See Off the Beach in Northwest Florida

    Orlando

    While northwest Florida is well known worldwide for its beautiful, white sand beaches, you'll also find plenty to do away from the sand.

  12. St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge - Hiking

    Northwest Florida

    The St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge offers something for every type of hiker, from a half mile walk across boardwalks to an overnight backpacking trip along the Florida National Scenic Trail. You can choose to hike through a forest or swamp, across levees and marshes, or along the shore of Apalachee Bay, or choose to hike all of them.

  13. Wakulla River - Kayaking

    Northwest Florida

    This river, teeming with wildlife, makes a perfect day for any paddler from beginner to expert. There are multiple starting points and you can take your own boat or rent one from various outfitters.