There are off-beat and old-fashioned towns to explore where you can still savor a slice of life from bygone days. This region is also home to the largest collection of natural springs in the world, amazing sunsets, wonderfully quiet recreational rivers and trails, and world-class flora and fauna. With no crowds and no palm trees, it'll break your stereotypes of the state. As you wander along the tree-lined and scenic roads winding through the region, you'll forget that you are in the fourth largest state in the US. It's a "come as you are" kind of place, where you'll find people very down home and very sophisticated, natural and nice, all at once.
Located approximately 300 miles south of Atlanta at the hub of I-75 and I-10, the 16 county region known as North Central Florida stretches from Tallahassee to White Springs, and from Gainesville to the remote fishing villages of Cedar Key and Steinhatchee on the Gulf of Mexico. So expect to be surprised by the calm beauty of a turquoise clear stream by day, and world-class dining and entertainment by night. The mix of modern and traditional life is the key to North Florida's charm. Stay for a week or weekend and be changed for a lifetime.
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