Nice Park staff not a lot to do since they closed the canoe/ kayak Landing. Great for Walkers and bikers, very quiet.
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This is the REAL Florida- trails that meander through uplands pine, hammock oaks, along isolated swamp, and hugging the sparse river - for this time of year. Visited with a family of white- tailed deer, chattering scrub jays, and an elusive bobcat. I saw one...More
We visited on a Saturday morning and found the park nearly empty, so we had a nice quiet time hiking and enjoying the scenery. We've had a lot of rain recently and that meant some trails, including part of the Oxbow Nature Trail, were under...More
We took a nice 4 mile hike along the river. The trail was well maintained, the river was pretty, and we saw some interesting wildlife. One animal we saw up close was an armadillo. He was browsing under some trees right near the trail. Also...More
Lovely true old Florida. Many activities to take in the untouched Florida vegetation. You can also bring your own horse and ride inside the park. Wonderful for an outside activity far from phones, noises, cars. Great for family trip, son-father time, friends, couples.
$15 to rent a kayak for half a day which is very cheap compared to other rentals. You do need to take them off the rack and put it on the shore to launch, but it is not very difficult if you have two people...More
This park offers horse trails, canoeing, camping, shelters for a picnic, & few walking trails. It is a smaller state park and quiet. We have enjoyed all. They do have clean bathroom facilities too. You can rent canoes or bring your own. If you bring...More
We enjoyed visiting and camping at this small state park. It was very nice to be able to rent a canoe right by the river rather than lug ours down to the river...it would have been quite a long walk. It was a very nice...More