Looking for dose of history with your powdery white sandy beaches? Then look no further than the Florida Unit of Gulf Islands National Seashore in Pensacola.
Welcome to the Southeast
Whether you want to learn more about the largest cave system on Earth or the only place in the world where alligators and crocodiles co-exist, the Southeast Region is for you. National parks in places like Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Kentucky, Tennessee, the Carolinas, and Puerto Rico cover a wide range of terrains and topics, from jazzy bayous and sunken pirate ships to the most visited national park in America—Great Smoky Mountains.
Cumberland Gap National Historical Park preserves one of the most significant routes for westward expansion in the U.S., anchored by a pass that served as the primary route for early settlers into Kentucky from Virginia and Tennessee.
If you’re looking to explore the South Florida national parks, we’ll just about always suggest a winter visit. That is especially true for Everglades National Park. The summer heat and humidity are almost unbearable, but almost more important than the astronomical seasons is the rainy season vs. the dry season. In the Everglades, the rainy… Read More