Defuniak Springs: Camping in Luxury
Go glamping! Defuniak Springs camping just got a whole lot better
DeFuniak Springs first came into being in the 1880s as a railroad stop between Pensacola and Tallahassee, and this historical town retains a special Old Florida charm. It is home to the oldest public library in the state, the Chautauqua Winery, and a picturesque range of Victorian homes that encircle the nearly symmetrical Lake DeFuniak. This lake is one of only two such naturally circular bodies of water in the world, the other one being in Switzerland. Head to the Lake Stanley Park for a swim, go skydiving, Britton Hill at Lakewood Park (the highest point in Florida), and close to the Morrison Springs and Vortex Springs. This region is ideal for relaxing, hiking, biking, canoeing, fishing, and much more. Go glamping! Defuniak Springs camping doesn't get much better than this.
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