Bluffs of St. Teresa
8 a.m. to sunset, 365 days a year.
No fee required.
Welcome to Bluffs of St. Teresa tract of Bald Point State Park.
Experience wilderness overlooking Ochlockonee Bay.
As the newest addition to the system of Florida state parks, the Bluffs of St. Teresa offers a wilderness with trails winding through wooded habitats and wetlands with amazing views of Ochlockonee Bay from the bluffs.
The 7,700-acre park lies between Bald Point State Park and Tate’s Hell State Forest, creating a contiguous protected landscape that includes the Apalachicola National Forest, St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge and Ochlockonee River State Park.
A driveway and parking area have been created at Corn Landing Lake. The drive passes through an area of the St. James tract of Tate’s Hell State Forest. Several picnic tables are located at the parking area. A map of the property is provided in the kiosk at the parking area.
Visitors may hike or bicycle on one of three trails. Corn Landing Lake is available for canoeing or kayaking with your own equipment.
The protection of the Bluffs marks a conservation milestone that will benefit climate resilience, preserve crucial rivers and lakes, and safeguard the habitat of countless native and migrating species.
Plan Your Visit
Wildlife Sightings at the Bluffs of St. Teresa
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