Who knew you could find waterfalls in Florida. I think of beaches, swamps, beautiful sunsets and lots of seafood. We usually spend a week or so in Florida every fall, and almost always discover something new. This year we detoured to Lake City on our way to St. Pete (more about that in another post).
While picking Google's cyber brain for things to do in the area, I found this lovely little side trip only minutes from the interstate. It is an easy walk from the parking lot to see the rapids that culminate in a drop of about 10 feet, forming a caramel-colored waterfall.
This may not have the grandeur of Niagara, but it has a quaint charm all its own. Falling Creek Falls was also the site of the first settlement in the area.