Would you rather be in the woods than in your office? Would you prefer be on a hammock than on your couch? Would you like to see more trees than screens in your life? If you answered yes, then you might be outdoorsy.
Dwellics just came out with their list of the Top 100 Cities For Outdoor Living. They judged cities on things like numbers of parks, playgrounds, and other public outdoor spaces, as well as numbers of trees and amount of open space; climate, and risk of natural disaster.
Florida seems like the place to be for outdoor enthusiasts. Not only does Lake Butler, Florida top the list, but 33 cities from the Sunshine State land in the Top 100. Hawaii and Texas are also well represented, with seventeen and fifteen places on the list, respectively.
The Carolinas claimed a few spots in the ranking as well. Fort Mill, SC and Carr Township, NC both rank in the top ten. Hillsborough, NC; Pendleton, SC; Oakway, SC; Clemson, SC; Seneca, SC; Havelock, NC; and Central, SC also made the overall list.