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The city has many historical sites, including the Keith Cabin, a 19th-century log cabin listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. Its architectural integrity and craftsmanship continue to... read more

Ponce de Leon

For generations, people have been taking a dip in the clear waters. In the late 1800s, children would begin their mornings by placing watermelons in the springs, then leave to... read more


As the legend goes, deep in the swamps of Esto is the home of a demon-possessed, red-eyed alligator monster that made his way down from Alabama more than 100 years... read more


Over a century later, the old sawmill is no longer operational, but almost fittingly Noma’s Mayor Robert “Buddy” Skipper and his family own and live on the historic site. Across... read more


Notably, Laura Ingalls Wilder, author of the “Little House” series of books lived in the Popular Head Community of Westville for a short time in 1891. The story goes, on... read more