This park encompasses more than 6,800 acres and stretching more than 15 miles from Fort Pierce to Jensen Beach. It contains the largest, most ecologically intact stretch of freshwater marsh in southeast Florida.
Stop at the Environmental Education Center to begin your exploration and see the status of the over 15 miles of multi-use trails here for hiking, biking, and horseback riding. If you can get here in the spring the savannas are blanketed in colorful wildflowers.
Recommended hiking include the Glass Lizard Trail, the South End Lookout Trail, and Hawks Bluff Nature Loop.
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We do not recommend traveling around an RV in Key West. We recommend camping at Boyd’s Key West Campground on Stock Island which is about 2 miles outside of Key West proper but almost 5 miles from Key West staples like Mallory Square and Duval Street.
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The main attraction is an ancient subterranean spring that flows year-round at a constant temperature of 72 degrees. Learn why we love it some much: https://rvlifestyle.com/things-to-do-at-ocala-national-forest/