I've lived in Florida for 20 years and only recently learned that there is a unique waterfall in the Panhandle of the state. Who would've thought that a waterfall was even possible in such a flat state!? Florida is more known for its hurricanes, humidity, alligators, and sinkholes. And that is what makes this waterfall unique - it falls into a 100 foot deep sinkhole. The amount of water going over the edge varies depending on rainfall. The day we visited, there was a lighter flow of water than there would be after a heavy rain. Regardless, the largest waterfall in Florida with its 73 foot cascade is a lovely sight to see.
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