Explore The Sunshine State By Walking!
Studies show that walking is the secret of longest healthiest life. People who walk every day are more healthy and fresh than those who don’t. If they need to go to at friends place, they walk. “Walking is the best possible exercise. Habituate yourself to walk very far”, says Thomas Jefferson, the principal author of the Declaration of Independence.
But I would say the security of your community where you’re living is the biggest source of your walking inspiration where you could get a peaceful atmosphere to walk freely and confidently.
Thomas Hawkins, policy and planning director for 1000 Friends of Florida said: “Walking should be a safe way for people to get around their communities.”
Unfortunately, Florida state crime rate is higher than other states, but there are some cities which are safe and known by the ‘walkable town.’ So, if you’re planning to move to Florida why not choose a community where you get a safe walk on a daily basis?
Here are Florida 3 best walkable towns which every walker need to explore.
Dunedin is a small, affordable and safe friendly town, has received numerous awards, such as “Best Walkable Small Town” and Best Beach in America,” from national publications. The Dunedin city’s data is much positive when compared to Florida other places, including the factor ‘affordability’. This pedestrian town should be at the top of your list if you desire to walk freely in beautiful Florida State.
2. Winter Park
Winter Park was originally founded for wealthy northerners as their winter resort where wealth is an essential ingredient. The city is mainly for rich people. “Park Ave” is the Main Street and heart of walkable town Winter Park’s, Florida, close enough to the north of Orlando. The cost of living is average as compared to U.S national level and is far away from the major crime and traffic gridlock.
3. Fernandina Beach
What would be more special if a town has a surname “beach” and being known for a wonderfully walkable city? This great little city is just over the border from Georgia. The cost of living is average, but the facilities offered by the city are what every Floridian deserve. If you’re planning to move to a great downtown in Florida, why not choose the Fernandina Beach?