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Jonathan Dickinson State Park
Sixteen distinct natural communities create the mosaic that is Jonathan Dickinson, the largest state park in Southeast Florida. Rare environments as well as the pristine Loxahatchee River make this park a unique spot to explore on land or by water.
16450 S.E. Federal Hwy.
Hobe Sound FL 33455
Marjorie Harris Carr Cross Florida Greenway
Occupying more than 70,000 acres of land formerly known as the Cross Florida Barge Canal, the Greenway is a 110-mile linear park that is more than a mile wide in places. It hosts more than 300 miles of trails of all types — paddling, hiking, mountain biking, equestrian and paved multi-use.
8282 SE Highway 314
Ocala FL 34470
Silver Springs State Park
One of America’s largest springs is protected within Silver Springs State Park, and visitors can explore the area's natural beauty by boat, foot or horseback. Glass bottom boats were invented here and still provide an ideal vantage point for enjoying the natural beauty of this first-magnitude spring.
1425 N.E. 58th Ave.
Ocala FL 34470
St. Sebastian River Preserve State Park
St. Sebastian River Preserve has vast open grassy forests of longleaf pines with miles of hiking trails to walk, jog, bike or ride on horseback. Enjoy the 22 unique Florida natural communities of flatwoods, oak hammock, wet prairies, mixed wetlands, hardwoods and cypress.
1000 Buffer Preserve Dr.
Fellsmere FL 32948