Friday, July 31, 2015

Did you know there are 9 heritage trails marking great spots to visit across the state? As you're squeezing in one last road trip for the summer, check them out! There's something for everyone, from Native American heritage to World War II, Spanish colonial shipwrecks to Women's history.

Each booklet also includes a map of the site locations and a short description about each site with contact information.

The best part about these trail maps? They're FREE! You can check out the online versions at the Hertiage Trails website, find them at select information centers and venues around the state, or contact your local FPAN office to get one for yourself!

The trail maps include: Black, Civil War, Cuban, French, Jewish, Native American, Spanish Colonial, Women and World War II Heritage. Also available are trails to underwater sites: the 1733 Spanish Galleon, Florida Panhandle Shipwreck, Historic Golf and Underwater Preserve Trails. We've also heard rumor of a Seminole War Trail in the making!

Text and photos by: Emily Jane Murray, FPAN staff

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  1. There is also one for Hernando de Soto's trail through Florida.

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