Witness karst topography at its finest when you traverse nearly 6 miles of trails winding through unique terrain.
This beautiful park is located in the Apalachicola National Forest just south of Tallahassee. Discover karst topography, among shaded hiking trails. Karst occurs as a result of deep erosion of limestone by rainwater and groundwater, forming caverns, holes and tunnels. The result is unusual landscapes that features sinkholes, depressions, natural bridges, and a disappearing stream.
You can choose from 3 different trails totaling over 5 miles of hiking. Each trail features over 20 species of trees and 75 different plants along with wildlife including gopher tortoises, deer, turkey, hawks, raccoons, snakes, and salamanders.
Amenities: Paved parking area, picnic table, restrooms
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