Wakulla State Forest


The natural resources found on Wakulla State Forest are very diverse due to the unique and various natural community types. At one time Wakulla State Forest supported at least 8 major community types. Currently the forest contains approximately 2,500 acres of pine plantation. Many species of wildlife make their home on the forest. The habitat of the gopher tortoise and Sherman's fox squirrel, species of special concern, will be enhanced by sandhill restoration and regular prescribed burning. A wide variety of recreational opportunities await visitors to Wakulla State Forest. Hiking, horseback riding, biking, picnicking, birding, and nature study can be enjoyed using existing service roads, old road beds, and established trails. Explore a range of different ecosystems and enjoy the stunning views of Wakulla State Forest on the Wakulla State Forest Trail System.


3674 Bloxham Cutoff Road
Crawfordville, FL 32327


30.24149900, -84.26356100
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