Green Bay, Wisconsin (CNN) — If you’ve ever wondered where you’d live if you were stranded in Florida, here’s the answer: the Sunshine State.
But if you’re trying to figure out where to live after your trip, here are 10 reasons to consider other places in the state, from the beaches to the ocean.
Here are 10 other things you should know about Florida:1.
It’s the state with the most beautiful beaches in the U.S. and a lot of them are accessible by car.
The state’s beaches are gorgeous, and the Florida Keys are the perfect place to live, says Sarah Miller, a research associate at the National Geographic Society.
In the heart of the Everglades, the Evergreen State National Park is one of the most biodiverse areas in the United States.
There are more than 2 million species of birds in the Evergreens.
There is no winter storm season in Florida.
The state has a lot to offer tourists, especially those looking for a vacation.
In addition to the Florida beaches, there are some of the best lakes in the country, says Michael Cappelli, author of the book “Lake Paradise.”
There’s a lot more to see in the Caribbean, too, especially in Biscayne Bay, where the ocean is at its most expansive.8.
A new breed of sharks, the Great Blue Herons, have become popular as pets, but many Florida residents still prefer to go sightseeing.9.
The Great Barrier Reef is the largest natural structure in the world, and visitors are welcome to swim in its waters for free.10.
If you like the weather, you’ll love the Florida Everglows.