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All reviews mountain biking state park off road equestrian trails alafia river fish single track ranger station great hike nice visit power lines beginner level entrance fee out of the way something for everyone great outdoors main trail
A bit late w this feedback. We did a nice half day trip (w teenage son). We rented and did a self guided ride using a trail map. Decent investment for the time spent and the bikes were fairly priced and seemed to be well...More
First time on the trails. At first was having a great time enjoying dodging butterflies and hearing the birds. But later in the trail when we had enough it was near impossible to find our way back to the trailhead. It was not clearly marked...More
It's a very unique experience. A former phosphate strip mine that was never reconditioned to a natural state. If the vegetation was removed, you would link this was a lunar landscape, or at best, a war ravaged land. up and ddown, up and down, and...More
Alafia River is a little out of the way but it is worth the effort. We drove down the two lane though small towns south of I-4. If you are coming from the south or west, it would probably be faster to take I-75 to...More
This State Park is clean and well maintained. They offered fire wood and ice for purchase which was a nice convience. The trails were well marked and maintained. I would look at the site map before you choose your site. We stayed in the horse...More
If you are going to arrive after hours, you will need to call and get the gate code (generally before sundown).
I don’t think this will help you last night - but a note for future visits to state parks.