This 470-acre forest is part of a sanctuary network of the EEL (Environmentally Endangered Lands) Program. It has a reception center and a museum. The trails are well laid out and marked well. You also will encounter what is left of the Addison Canal. It also has a variety of GEOCaches to be found if you so wish.
We found this place driving in Titusville. You’d never knew there were five unique habitat types here: oak, scrub, mesic and hydric hammock, wet prairie, and pine flatwood. We never heard of them all either…
I’ve never seen so many air plants. There were several miles of trails ever changing.
We even found a geocache walking thru, it was one of the largest we ever found – Pam just spotted it! After we found there are almost 50 in the park.
It was a jungle, you’d think Tarzan was filmed here…
We had lunch at the park, we brought Publix subs and some fruit – here’s Us leaving and Pam waving goodby.
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