Apalachicola
National Forest

The Apalachicola National Forest is the largest U.S. National Forest in the state of Florida. It encompasses 632,890 acres (988.89 sq mi; 2,561.2 km2) and is the only national forest located in the Florida Panhandle. The National Forest provides water and land-based outdoors activities such as off-road biking, hiking, swimming, boating, hunting, fishing, horse-back riding, and off-road ATV usage. …
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In the Apalachicola National Forest just south of Tallahassee, Leon Sinks Geolog…
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At Fort Gadsden, a gentle walk in the Apalachicola National Forest leads you thr…
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By itself, the Trail of Lakes is a 3.9-mile blue blazed connector between two po…
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This is an easy wooded hike that explores several interesting dry and wet sinkho…
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Myron B. Hodge City Park offers a nature trail where you can linger along the So…
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At Wright Lake Recreation Area near Sumatra, a day hiking loop along the western…
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A popular recreation area in the Apalachicola National Forest west of Tallahasse…
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Circle a cypress lined pond in the Apalachicola National Forest at Camel Lake Re…
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