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Blackwater Heritage State Trail
Blackwater Heritage State Trail, the westernmost state rail-trail, winds through the historic town of Milton and extends eight miles north to join the U.S. Navy's 1.5-mile Military Heritage Trail, which ends at the Naval Air Station Whiting Field.
5533 Alabama St.
Milton FL 32570
Hugh Taylor Birch State Park
Tucked between the Atlantic Ocean and Intracoastal Waterway, this peaceful sanctuary offers visitors a slice of coastal wilderness within a vibrant city. Fort Lauderdale’s “Central Park” was gifted to the city by Hugh Taylor Birch, for whom the urban oasis is named.
3109 E. Sunrise Blvd.
Fort Lauderale FL 33304
Oscar Scherer State Park
An unexpected oasis surrounded by busy urban areas provides visitors with a refreshing escape into natural Florida. This hidden gem is also a refuge for the imperiled Florida scrub-jay, bald eagles and other birds that nest along the shores of Lake Osprey.
1843 S. Tamiami Trail
Osprey FL 34229
Seabranch Preserve State Park
Ancient oceans shaped the physical landscape of this park, allowing a variety of habitats to develop over time. In less than one mile, visitors can see rare sand pine scrub, scrubby flatwoods, a baygall community and a mangrove swamp.
Trailhead - 6093 S.E. Dixie Highway
Stuart FL 34997