PIne Flatwoods
Fall in the Flatwoods
Red Cockaded Woodpecker
cypress swamp
South prong of the St. Sebastian River
North prong of the St. Sebastian River
meadow lark
Pine Flatwoods after mechanical treatment and prescribed fire.
The beauty of growing season fire, evident in the fall with fields of purple and yellow.
Red Cockaded woodpecker working on its tree
Beauty in the swamp, purple blooming pickerel weed, and cypress canopy.
navigating the twists and turns of the south prong.
The backwaters of the north prong, gives the elusion of deep exploration.
The elusive meadowlark is here

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St. Sebastian River Preserve State Park

Welcome to St. Sebastian River Preserve State Park

This site preserves open grassy forests of longleaf pine that were once commonplace throughout Florida. The pine flatwoods form a backdrop for other biological communities, including cypress domes, scrubby Flatwoods, sand hills, and a beautiful strand swamp. These habitats are home to many native plants and animals, including over 50 protected species. Photographers, bird-watchers, and nature enthusiasts can explore miles of trails on foot, bicycle, or horseback. Canoeing, boating, and fishing on the St. Sebastian River are popular activities. Launching facilities are available outside the preserve at Dale Wimbrow Park and several private ramps along the St. Sebastian River, and at a canoe launch north of County Road 512.

For Visitor Center or Camping information, please call (321) 953-5004 or (321) 953-5005.


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