We spent yesterday evening at Florida Caverns State Park. We can't say we loved the campground but the caverns were very nice.
The CCC worked on the Florida Caverns in the 1930s to dig them out enough for tours.
They have a "touching rock!"
It still felt really odd to touch ANYTHING in a cave (for fear of damaging it.)
We only stayed the one night at Florida Caverns.
Today we moved over to Falling Water State Park, home to Florida's tallest waterfall.
"Falling Water" is a whopping 73 feet.
Does this make it the shortest
tallest waterfall (by state)?