Tosohatchee - What's in Bloom
Site biologists use prescribed fire, roller chopping, mowing and other land management techniques to maintain open conditions that allow this wildflower diversity hotspot to flourish.
Self-guided Wildflower Tour
Take a self-guided wildflower tour along Tosohatchee Wildflower Viewing Loop by car or hike along portions of the White Trail.
Tosohatchee's beautiful wildflowers are pleasing to visitors and important to wildlife. Enjoy the wildflowers but leave them for the next person. Please remember, it is unlawful to cut, damage or remove plants from the WMA.
Wildflower Tour Map
Driving tour: From the entrance of Tosohatchee, drive straight down Beehead Rd. 1.1 miles. Turn left (north) on St. Nicholas Rd and go 0.34 miles to Powerline Rd. You can either go straight 0.3 miles to Parking area 5 at Myrtle Point Rd or you can turn left (west) and proceed 0.9 miles to Parking area 3. To exit, you must turn around and go out the way you came in.
To hike: From the entrance of Tosohatchee, drive 0.1 miles to Parking area 1. Parking area 1 is just west of the entrance to the white trail. Once on the trail, follow the white blazes. The white trail is 0.5 miles long where it crosses Powerline Rd. and 1.5 miles to Parking area 5 where it intersects St. Nicholas Rd. Or, from parking area 1, head east on Beehead Rd. for 1 mile to parking area 2 at St. Nicholas Rd. From parking area 2, head north to Parking area 4 at Powerline Rd. You may continue north on St. Nicholas Rd. to Parking area 5 at Myrtle Point Trail or you can head west down Powerline Rd. 0.78 miles to where the white trail crosses Powerline Rd. Bobwhite Trail is a foot path that is 0.35 miles long and stretches from Beehead Rd. (0.5 miles east of Parking area 1) to Powerline Rd. (0.5 miles west of Parking area 4). There is also another parking area 0.9 miles west of Parking area 4, but it is 0.1 miles off the wildflower route.View Map