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Manager’s Message

Early and heavy rainfall in the area have rapidly brought on wet conditions throughout the park. With this change from drought to wet conditions brings vibrant changes throughout the park. Wildlife such as deer and turkey are moving to dry ground and can be seen close to the road. The canopy road on the park drive is lush and green with resurrection fern and bromeliads. Wading birds such as herons, egrets and limpkins are abundant. Where the park was very dry is now full of life giving water. Trails are still open but expect that many will be wet or flooded.

Park Manager Message - Summer 2018

Summer 2018

With summer just beginning, there’s no better place to be than Dr. Von D. Mizell – Eula Johnson State Park. Where there are endless ways to enjoy our natural attributes. When you’ve had enough sun, take a relaxing dip in the ocean, or walk through the Barrier Island Trail where the tall trees provide ample shade and a cool break from the days heat. Be sure an visit BG Whiskey Creek Hideout. Where you may indulge in their culinary cuisine and varied beverages.

Park Manager Message - Summer 2018

With summeer just beginning, there's no better place to be than Dr. Von D. Mizell - Eula Johnson State Park.  Where there are endless ways to enjoy our natural attributes.  When you've had enough sun, take a relaxing dip in the ocean, or walk through the Barrier Island Trail where the tall trees provide ample shade and a cool break from the days heat.  Be sure an visit BG Whiskey Creek Hideout.  Where you may indulge in their culinary cuisine and varied beverages.

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