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Pine Log State Forest

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jslocombe2016 wrote a review Mar 2018
Shediac, Canada195 contributions38 helpful votes
We decided to visit Pine Log State Forest as a change from the mostly manicured trails in Conservation Park. The drive from Panama City Beach is short and fast. I entered the forest in my car, as the gate was open, thinking that I had arrived at the trailhead! After a couple of miles, the potholes suggested that I was not in the right place. I turned around, and, ten minutes later, reached the trailhead. Better markings/signposts would really help. We walked in wilderness for three hours and did not meet a soul. The trails are marked A-1 to A-28, the lengths varying between one mile and twenty-two miles. The trails are fairly well-labelled and criss-cross often. A few more signs would help, especially with the number of possibilities. The walking surface is kind to the feet and the trails are fairly straight. There are restrooms at the trailhead, but nothing more. Bring plenty of water.
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Date of experience: February 2018
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leahkashouty wrote a review Dec 2017
Buford, Georgia301 contributions69 helpful votes
Nice place to stop and get your bike on! Not a sole on the mountain bike trail but us and the wildlife tracks. The trail has not been used much and was grassy in areas. Not much sugar sand on the bike trail which is a plus in my book. We took the old sawmill horse trail to the 9 mile crooked creek bike trail. Even the horse trail section was doable on the bikes. We went in winter which was pleasant. If you go in the summer bring plenty of sunscreen and water.
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Date of experience: December 2017
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sara g wrote a review Jul 2016
Joplin, Missouri11 contributions8 helpful votes
The campsites are right on a small lake in the oldest state forest in Florida. It was very well kept, clean, and the host was a kind gentle man. We were able to shower after a 12 hour trip, he gave us his charcoal because we were too exhausted to stop and shop. There was not much noise and no loud parties. Very serene and quaint. Plenty of relaxation, showers, a pavilion, hiking trails, fishing, bbq and fire pits, and tables. Soft ground for a tent camping.
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Date of experience: July 2016
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Charles A wrote a review Sep 2014
Franklin, North Carolina25 contributions62 helpful votes
This state forest has bicycle trails and a campground and is located near the tiny community of Ebro, Florida. I recently camped there during a bicycle tour of the Florida panhandle. We tent camped in the primitive group area, which is somewhat isolated from the regular campground. The group camp featured a covered area with two picnic tables, a water spigot, and an electric outlet box. The bathhouse was older, buggy, and adequate. I did not ride on the trails, so I can't comment on them.
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Date of experience: September 2014
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