There is so much nature to enjoy at this park that one visit is simply not enough. From the moment you enter the park and slowly drive the circle route you will constantly see a variety of flora and fauna. We saw the largest great horned owl I have ever seen; it was HUGE, near the old turpentine still. The beach is awesome and the many nature trails will amaze you at every twist and turn in this wonderful coastal enclave. There is a large deer herd that comes out to feed near sunset. They are comfortable around humans and I suspect many ignore the advice to avoid feeding the wildlife. If you're fortunate, you may even spy the elusive American alligator. Herons and egrets of all sorts are to be found in the freshwater marsh.
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