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Guana River State Park

by Matt
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Published on: August 24, 2010

“Tucked between Guana Lake and Tolomato River nine miles of hiking and biking trails create several loops thereby offering a day-long circuit hike. The trails are color-coded and all begin from a short spur off the parking and boat launch area, which are located on the west side of A1A. At the trailhead, a kiosk provides maps. At one time, these trails were service roads but have become broad dirt paths through gentling rolling terrain. An observation deck and resting bench overlook a wetland where white-tailed deer, bobcat, and raccoon come to drink. Alligators and river otters have also been spotted in this area. As you venture into the forest, notice the variety of trees including southern magnolias, hickories, and red cedar. It is along these trails where visitors enjoy scenic vistas and the unruffled calm of interior freshwater marshes and tidal creeks where a profusion of birdlife exists.”

Source:  http://activities.wildernet.com/pages/activity.cfm?actid=flspguio*54706hw

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