Did you know that Florida has a class III rapids?
Thanks to https://www.naturalnorthflorida.com/ for sharing about Big Shoals State Park featuring the largest whitewater rapids in Florida! This 400 acre park is known for a number of things, including a towering bat house and its 28 miles of wooded trails that accommodate hikers and people on horseback. When the water level is just right (between 59-61 feet above sea level) the Big Shoals rapids flow at a Class III whitewater classification. Fresh water fishing opportunities are also available here, along with a picnic pavilion that seats up to 40 guests. Stop by and see for yourself, why this park is truly an amazing sight.