Due to the fact that Florida has such a long coastline and is such a flat state in general, it can't boast the same high elevation places as states like Colorado or Utah. It doesn't have any mountain ranges or similar areas, so all of its highest points are just hills. Many people all around the world live in cities that are situated at elevations of 500 feet (152 m) or less, and the entire state of Florida is within this range, but it does have a few relatively high points.
Three of the highest points in the state of Florida after Britton Hill are Oak Hill, High Hill, and Falling Waters Hill. All three of these hills are found very near to each other, in Washington County, which is located in the Panhandle region of Florida, not too far away from Britton Hill in Walton County. Oak Hill has an elevation of 331 feet (101 m), High Hill has an elevation of 323 feet (98 m), and Falling Waters Hill has an elevation of 318 feet (97 m).
The state's capital, Tallahassee, has an elevation of 203 feet (62 m), while Orlando, one of the Sunshine State's most famous cities, has an elevation of 82 feet (25 m). Another key location in Florida is Sugarloaf Mountain. This is technically the fifth highest point in the state, standing at an elevation of 312 feet (95 m), but is actually the most prominent point in the state due to the low-lying land that surrounds it. This has led many people to erroneously believe that Sugarloaf Mountain is the highest point of Florida, but Britton Hill technically has the highest elevation.
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