(Courtesy National Park Service)
Named after the Timucuan Indians who inhabited Florida 1,000 years before European settlers arrived, this 46,000-acre preserve provides visitors the opportunity to explore untouched wilderness, historic buildings and informational exhibits on the region’s natural history. Free admission. Fort Caroline National Memorial, Timucuan Preserve Visitor Center and Kingsley Plantation open 9 am - 5 pm daily. Theodore Roosevelt Area and Cedar Point open sunrise to sunset.