Hidden Florida: A hilly waterfall…in Florida?

The idea of a 73 foot waterfall from one of the highest points in the state seems completely foreign in Florida. Once a hideout for Seminole Indians hiding from Andrew Jackson in the days when Spanish authority had dissipated over the state, Falling Waters in Washington County only a few miles south of I-10 (Exit 120, SR 77 Chipley, Panama City) could be in North Carolina or West Virginia. The first oil well in Florida was also at this location.  It’s a hidden game not many know about. The sinkholes in the State Park also are worth visiting. 

Falling Waters State Park – own photo
Falling Waters State Park – own photo
Falling Waters State Park – own photo

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