~Here is a short list of our top abandoned places in Florida for Urban Exploring.~
This list is not in any particular order and is only locations that have photographed in 360-degree spherical images. View our list of top abandoned locations in Florida that have been photographed in 360-degree spherical images or that we think are worth exploring. If you have any information to add to any of these locations, drop a comment below or send us an email. If you choose to go out and do some urban exploring in your area, here is a list of just a few safety tips for Urbex. Never been urban exploring? Don’t worry, we put together this page with some of our favorite urban exploring gear.
Charles Robert Wilson House – Take a look at this amazing home that was build in the 60’s and is almost 8,000 square feet in size!
Neff House and Betz Mystery Ball – The Neff House is located in North Florida and has a very mysterious story surrounding the multi-story mansion in the woods.
The Miami Marine Stadium – Located in South Florida, this somewhat abandoned stadium is a mecca for graffiti artists and urban explorers alike.
The River Preserve – Located along the river on Florida’s east coast, this condominium project has been abandoned since the early 2000s.
Jungleland Zoo – Located in Central Florida, the Jungleland Zoo made our list as one of the top places to explore in Florida due to it once being a top tourist attraction in the area.
Glass Bank of Cocoa Beach – Located in on Florida’s east coast, the Glass Bank of Cocoa Beach made the list of abandoned places in Florida due to its unique architecture and history.
Royal Oak Resort and Golf Club – Located in Florida’s Space Coast, you can find this one popular Resort and Golf Club abandoned and left to rot.
Elf Houses – Located in a small Florida town, you can find these amazing concrete “Elf Houses” in the woods along a busy road.