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Ravine Gardens State Park
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Ravine Gardens State Park has two ravines up to 120 feet deep with steep banks at 45 degree angles. Unlike common gullies, trenches or sinkholes caused by temporary flooding, the steephead ravines are a permanent feature with a spring-fed creek that never dries up, called Whitewater Branch. In 1933,…
Great State Park. Perfect for walking and photo ops. Nice friendly staff. Check to see if they are having an event. Really is a pleasant surprise.
A ravine was created over thousands of years by water flowing from the sandy ridges on the shore of the St. Johns River. In 1933, this ravine was transformed into a dramatic garden by the federal Works Progress Administration. Much of the original landscaping still exists as formal gardens and an…
You can either drive around the top section of the ravine and stop at the lookouts or you can hike inside. Especially beautiful when the Azaleas are in full bloom.
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“A little less than a 20 minute drive east, this is one of my favorite seafood restaurants. It's a local favorite. The seafood platter for 2 is the most popular menu item, beware though...it's a mountain of food and can easily feed 6.”
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