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A three-mile network of trails provides visitors the opportunity to explore sandhill and flatwoods habitats.

 

Hiking

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Hikes are most pleasant in the cooler, winter months. A trail brochure available near the parking area, describes the area's three-mile trail through restored pine flatwoods. 

 

Wildlife Viewing

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Wildlife viewing is good year-round. Enjoy hikes along the area trails through restored pine flatwoods where numerous gopher tortoise burrows are easy to spot. A variety of resident and migratory birds are also commonly sighted.

 



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