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Known for its slow, sweet pace of life, the Deep South region serves up hearty helpings of blues, barbecue, and southern hospitality alongside grand landscapes like the Mississippi River, Appalachian Mountains, and beaches of the gulf coast. From the Civil War battlefields of Vicksburg to the beautiful architecture of Savannah, travelers can discover first-hand the rich culture, complicated history, and mouth-watering cuisine that define this unique region of the United States.

Etowah Indian Mounds State Historic Site, Cartersville, Georgia

Explore Ancient Wonders at Etowah Mounds

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Built around 1000 – 1550 AD, the Etowah Mounds in north Georgia are the most intact Mississippian culture site in the southeast. This state historic site has preserved the six earthen mounds and surrounding area for preservation and historical interpretation. The park offers informative hiking trails that wind around the mounds and along the Etowah River.
Young Brothers Pharmacy, Cartersville, Georgia

See the First Outdoor Painted Wall Sign for Coca-Cola

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Situated in the charming downtown area of Cartersville, Georgia is a notable mural sprawled across a historic building. Dating back to 1894, this mural is known to be the first outdoor painted wall sign for the Coca-Cola Company. By visiting, you can dive into the story of one of America's most iconic beverages and its legacy in north Georgia.
Mermaid Show at Weeki Wachee Springs State Park

See an Underwater Mermaid Show at Weeki Wachee Springs

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Known for its iconic mermaid show and deep underwater caves, Weeki Wachee Springs is undoubtedly one of the Sunshine State's most famous attractions. A symbol to the retro age of tourism, the springs feature...
Fanning Springs State Park, Florida

8 Unique Things to Do in Florida’s Big Bend

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Located on the coast of northern Florida lies the region most commonly referred to as “Big Bend”. This region is known for its miles of forest, coastal swamp and quaint small towns. Notable places of interest include the historical city of Cedar Key, refreshing springs and peaceful countryside. Check out these 8 unique things to do on your next adventure to the area!
May-Stringer House, Brooksville, Florida

Take a Spine-Tingling Tour Of Florida’s Most Haunted Home

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Known for its eerie title of being “Florida’s Most Haunted Home”, the May-Stringer House is a beautiful 14-room, elegant Painted Lady mansion. Standing four stories tall, the home is rumored to be the home of numerous ghostly inhabitants that have intrigued dozens of paranormal investigators. Visitors to the home can learn not only the history of the stunning home, but also of local history and view period furnishings. 
Hollis Gardens in Lakeland, Florida

12 Great Attractions and Activities in Lakeland

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Situated just off I-4 between the metropolises of Tampa and Orlando, lies Lakeland. This charming lake spotted area has rapidly grown to become a bustling city, but its heritage is still shown through various landmarks. Loved by Floridians for being the founding city of the Publix supermarket, this city has a lot of unique attractions to visit ranging from a unique outdoor safari to stunning public gardens.
Pontoon boats on the calm waters at Homosassa Springs, Florida

See Exotic Animals and Refreshing Waters at Homosassa Springs

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One of Florida’s most popular and unique springs to visit is Ellie Schiller Homosassa Springs State Park. Not only does this park boast an engaging boat tour, fun swimming opportunities and birding trails, it also offers an onsite zoo that has a range of native Florida animals along with some species from around the globe. This classic Florida attraction welcomes visitors to explore natural Florida and learn all about plants, animals, and the magnificent springs.
Brown Pelican in Cedar Key, Florida

Explore Cedar Key’s Spooky Ghost Town, Tasty Seafood and more at these Popular Places

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Known for its funky and vintage beach town vibes, Cedar Key is a spectacular place to relax and unwind from the hustle and bustle of the big cities. Unlike most other Florida destinations, Cedar Key is not too busy and still offers plenty of fun things to do along with several historical places including a ghost town! From the amazing cuisine to Southern hospitality, this quaint coastal city offers a small town "shanty" style charm that locals and visitors love.
Possum being held by a human

Visit the Possum Capital of the World in Florida

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Nestled in the small community of Wausau, Florida lies the Possum Capital of the World. This quaint town is known for being the annual host of a very unique festival and is home to a monument to the common marsupial. This stop can make a fun addition to your next roadtrip while passing through the rural country highways of the Florida panhandle.
Little A-Frame, Hot Springs, Arkansas

Here are 7 Lake Hamilton Vacation Rentals To Make Your Next Adventure Awesome

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Hot Springs, Arkansas is an amazing city overflowing with history and boasting scenic mountain views. Aside from its delicious food options and tourist attractions, Hot Springs is also home to many scenic lakes that make for the perfect retreat. Lake Hamilton is one of those lakes that visitors and locals alike love to spend time at. With over 7,400 acres of pristine lake to explore, there are boundless adventures. Here are some Lake Hamilton houses that are sure to inspire your next adventure to this inspiring city.

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