The new trail taking visitors through the pristine swampland of Lake Griffin is finally finished and rapidly drying out. A small boardwalk leads visitors from the main trail north through the swamp before arriving at uplands on the north end of the park. This brings the total trail mileage up to 2 miles. Along the way you may see birds, racoons and even evidence of a bear! Stay tuned for...
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Please note, Lake Griffin State Park is located directly off of US Highway 441. Due to it's close proximity to the highway you may experience some highway noise during your stay in the campground.
!Park closing time
Please be advised, Lake Griffin State Park closes at sunset. If you utilize the park's boat ramp to launch your boat please plan accordingly to ensure that you are back to your vehicle and out of the park by closing time. Closing time is posted at the ranger station. Contact the ranger station for a list of overnight parking areas for area boaters if you'd like to remain on the water past sunset. Thank you.