Flatwoods is different for many people, although no motor powered vehicles allowed. Perhaps most would use the 7 mile paved loop, accessed via either a 0.6 miles, or a 2 miles section to the two parking areas. This is frequented by runners, cyclists, roller skaters, particularly Saturday and Sunday morning. Later the day it is pretty chilled (actually it gets pretty warm, much of the year). The access roads are not, but the loop is one way traffic for everything with wheels, clockwise. During the rainy season the 2 mile access road at one point foods, but there is an alternative bridge at the point, that the flood with rare exceptions does not block. Also on the north side of the loop there is a low area that might flood at the same time. There are four water stations stacked with ice cold water along the loop. The park road is where Amanda Coker rode most of the 80,000+ miles world record for the longest distance on a bicycle in a year. In the woods interpretive trail, also well shaded trail for hiking, trail running and mountain bikes. I've seen rabbits, deer, boars, various snakes, alligators, tortuous, turkeys, etc in the park.
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