Pine flatwoods and scrubby flatwoods are the typical plant
communities in this park. You can float tidal South Creek and see
marshes, mangroves, and an estuary.
There are several family groups of Florida scrub jays that may come
close. DO NOT FEED THEM. Bald eagles are here from October through
May. From South Creek, look for egrets, heron, and rails. Warblers
and woodpeckers are common in the flatwoods.
Department of Environmental Protection
On U.S. Highway 41, two miles south of Osprey. The park
entrance is on left.
Central Florida Wildlife Sites