|Walton County, Florida, United States|
|Elevation||345 ft (105 m)|
|Prominence||65 ft (20 m)|
|Listing||U.S. state high point|
|Range||Florida Ridge Hills|
|Topo map||USGS Paxton|
|Age of rock||Tertiary|
|Easiest route||paved road|
Britton Hill is the highest natural point in the state of Florida, USA, with a summit elevation of 345 feet (105 meters) above mean sea level. Many Florida skyscrapers are taller; as of 2010, the roof of the Four Seasons Hotel Miami is the highest non-natural point in Florida. Topping out at 789 feet (240 m), the tower is more than twice as high as Britton Hill. Britton Hill is the lowest state highpoint in the United States, 103 feet (31 m) lower than the next lowest highpoint, Ebright Azimuth in Delaware. It is even lower than the highest point in Washington D.C., Tenleytown, at 429 feet (125 m). The lowest points of sixteen U.S. states are higher than Britton Hill.
The hill is located in northern Walton County near the town of Lakewood, Florida, just off County Road 285 about 2 miles southeast of Florala, Alabama. A small park called Lakewood Park marks the high point and features a monument, trails and an information board.
See also 
Media related to Britton Hill at Wikimedia Commons
- Description on Americasroof.com
- "Britton Hill". SummitPost.org. http://www.summitpost.org/page/152497. Retrieved 2012-11-07.
- "Florida's highest peak leaves tourists breathless – with laughter". Anchorage Daily News (archived by Google.com). Nov 14, 1982. Retrieved 2012-11-07.