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I live in central Florida and relatively close to the theme parks but no one in my area knows about anywhere to go outdoors like trails and the sort
(A brother is literally new to this usually /fit/)
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>>1393147
You must be fucking stupid too. Ocala national forest is quite close you mong. Use google and stop wasting peoples time.
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>>1393289
you're right but there is no need to be such an asshole about it. you could at least directed them to qtddtot. someone is here looking to get /out/ they may be new give them a break.

>>1393147
OP to answer your question the best way to start is google maps and some google searches for stuff as simple as "hikes near me" or "state parks near me." i will say that southern florida- particularly the area down by the keys has some amazing nature (albeit short) nature walks and paddling to island spots. you might also want to start looking around for swimming holes and lagoons that don't have a history of gators.





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