In support of the resource management goals and objectives for the area and to provide a quality experience for all area users, the following recreation activities are allowed.




Wildlife Viewing

Visitors can enjoy an opportunity to see well-managed sandhill habitat with its seasonal displays of wildflowers and wildlife such as gopher tortoises, eastern indigo snakes, fox squirrels, butterflies, woodpeckers, kestrels and a variety of resident and seasonal songbirds



Couple hiking
David Moynahan


Explore a 3-mile loop trail or an 11.5-mile network of unpaved roads and firebreaks. The rolling terrain provides scenic views and showcases well-managed sandhill habitats and wildlife diversity.

FWC Facts:
The spatulate bill of the roseate spoonbill has sensitive nerve endings that help it detect prey, and the shape helps the bird move sediment and catch the prey.

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