Perry Oldenburg Wildlife and Environmental Area
Hike through rolling hills and observe gopher tortoises and other protected species.
Hiking offers a perfect way to experience the diverse natural habitats and wildlife of the wildlife management area system. Marked loop trails and unpaved roads allow access to some of Florida’s wildest places where you can connect with nature in its purest form.
WMA Hiking Trails
Explore the trail maps below to plan your next WMA hiking trip!
- Bell Ridge Longleaf WEA Trail Map
- Branan Field WEA Trail Map
- Chinsegut WEA Trail Map
- Crooked Lake WEA Trail Map
- Escribano Point WMA Trail Map
- Fisheating Creek WMA: Knobby Knee Trail Map
- Fisheating Creek WMA: Paradise Lake Trail Map
- Fort White WEA Trail Map
- Half Moon WMA Trail Map
- Hilochee WMA Trail Map
- Lafayette Forest WEA Trail Map
- Lake Wales Ridge WEA Carter Creek Unit Trail Map
- Perry Oldenburg WEA Trail Map
- Platt Branch WEA Trail Map
- Salt Lake WMA Trail Map
- Split Oak Forest WEA Trail Map
- Suwannee Ridge WEA Trail Map
- Tosohatchee WMA Trail Map
- Watermelon Pond WEA Trail Map
The Florida Trail
The Florida Trail winds its way throughout Florida, providing both easy and intense hikes through many of Florida’s natural areas, including the WMAs listed below:
How To Have Your Best Hike
Hike early in the day or late in the afternoon for the best chance to see birds, mammals and other wildlife. Keeping noise down and sticking to established trails will result in seeing more wildlife as well. Bring insect repellent, sunscreen, a hat, and water on any hike you embark upon for the most pleasant experience.