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The 10 towns in Florida where people live at a slower pace

Move to these 10 towns in Florida if you want to get away from it all

A lot of people move to the solar state every year, so it starts to get crowded. If you are looking for a more relaxed place where you can live life at a slower pace, consider checking out one of these tiny towns:

1. Cedar Key

Cedar Key is famous for its oysters and Old Florida style. Once you visit here, you will never want to leave.


2. Micanopy

This town near Gainesville is a beloved treasure of antiquities. Enjoy life at a slower pace on streets along shaded oaks and historic buildings.

 

3. Lake placid

Lake Placid is known for its charming murals that adorn its historic downtown district, along with being the capital of the Caldium plant worldwide. You can relax in this small town of less than 2,000 people.


4. Apalachicola

This small town in northwest Florida is famous for its huge and delicious oysters. Visiting this authentic fishing village is like walking back in time.


5. San Antonio

This town in the province of Pasco has only about 1,000 inhabitants. It was founded as a Catholic community in the 1800s, and is now home to a very enjoyable annual rattle festival.


6. Chipley

Not only is this sleepy little town of less than 4,000 residents charming, it is home to two of Florida's unique attractions: Polling Waters Park and Wolf Seacrest Reserve.


7. White Springs

White Springs is a town of about 800 residents in northeast Florida. This town on the Suwanee River has a great historic quarter and remains of a bathhouse that was Florida's first tourist attraction. There is also a national park, Stephen Foster's Folk Culture Center, which is especially popular in May during the Florida Folk Festival.

 

8. DeFuniak Springs

This town is known for its historic buildings and quaint Victorian homes.


9. McIntosh

This small town of less than 500 people between Gainesville and Ocala has a charming historic district. Preserve history and visit their 90s festival in October.


10. Crescent City

This tiny town lies between two lakes in Putnam County. The annual catfish festival, held every April, attracts visitors from all over the country.


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