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 De Leon Springs State Park was home to Florida’s first water-powered sugar mill, which was constructed in 1832. During the Civil War, Union troops devastated the plantation that stood in the area, and by the end of the century the region was renamed to Ponce de Leon Springs, or The Fountain of Youth, and became a tourist destination. Alain weaves through the park’s lush flora and combative history. Photo: Jennifer Denis

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Reno, which was dubbed the Biggest Little City in the World in the early 1900s, is big on biking. Geography is super-sized in this corner of Northern...