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Gainesville intro. Gainesville, Florida may be most famous as the home of the University of Florida, the oldest and biggest university in the state where Gatorade was invented, but visitors don't need to be students to enjoy themselves in this scenic and sunny city. The large amounts of students who come to Gainesville for school and spring break will be happy to know the majority of Gainesville hotels are easily recognisable economy chains, but the most unique accommodations are the bed and breakfast establishments housed inside charming historic mansions. All the properties are conveniently situated close to the city's many art galleries and museums as well as the scenic Gainesville Hawthorne Trail which is especially popular among cyclists. Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park, the first state preserve in Florida, is one of the easiest places to find a camping spot, while a miniature rain forest and massive crater are among the Devil's Millhopper Geological State Park's natural wonders. Floating down the river at Ginnie Springs Outdoors is one of the most relaxing things to do in the area.
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