Apalachicola National Forest is the largest of Florida’s three national forests –about 938 square miles of the Panhandle. The more adventurous tourists can hike and bike among ethereal cypress trees, dunes, swamps, sinks and karst landscape. The forest also has an abundance of fresh water streams, rivers, lakes, and natural springs. Make sure to visit Leon Sinks, an unusual geological area of caverns and sinkholes, or the Apalachee Savannas Scenic Byway, with its stunning displays of wildflowers in open prairies near the Apalachicola River, according to the Forest Service.