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Point Washington State Forest

Santa Rosa Beach, FL 32459
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Love the hiking and jeep trails

We live here and they have the best hiking and jeep trails - very well maintained and fun - it is a... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Auburntiger91
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Santa Rosa Beach, Florida
A walk in the pines

A nice getaway from the tourists. Minimal wildlife but plenty of foliage. A work in progress, but... read more

Reviewed 6 April 2017
ReefWatch
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Indianapolis
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Reviewed 6 days ago

We live here and they have the best hiking and jeep trails - very well maintained and fun - it is a great secret about the jeep trails but they should be shared - preferable in some locations for 4WD

Thank Auburntiger91
Reviewed 6 April 2017 via mobile

A nice getaway from the tourists. Minimal wildlife but plenty of foliage. A work in progress, but very peaceful. We were on foot but there were lots of mountain bikers. Near to Destin and Tallahassee. $2 a person. Lots of choices for a meal nearby.

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Reviewed 7 March 2017

Great place to bring your mountain/off road bike. Not recommended for road bikes. This is Florida...so, not exactly a mountain bike trail in the standard sense as there aren't really any hills. However, it offers its own challenges. Lots of roots, stumps, sand, and turns....More

Thank jblortie
Reviewed 4 February 2017

Went on a 3.5 mile bike in this beautiful forest. It was pleasant, invigorating and worth the effort. The trail was supposed to be part of the Florida Birding Trail but we saw very few birds. Still a good walk in the woods. Also very...More

Thank palmetto1968
Reviewed 17 January 2017

This is a large forest in the middle of a vacation area. It's public land so you can walk, run, ride in the forest. But, stay on the main trails during the hunting season. The forest is open for hunting of deer during the deer...More

Thank MemphisZ
Reviewed 27 September 2016

I have been riding mountain bikes at this park for several years but decided not to bring the bike on this trip. My wife and I walked the 3.5 mile loop and drove around a number of the park roads that are open to the...More

1  Thank Kevin K
Reviewed 15 June 2016

There are GREAT hiking and biking trails, walking trails and jeep trails. It is well maintained and a great place to do something different if you don't want to hit the beach.

1  Thank Auburntiger91
Reviewed 29 May 2016

We rented basic bikes (cruisers, 1 speed) and had the best time hitting the trails. The park spans a significant stretch of 30A, so you have a natural break up of the trails as they run across the north-south roads up to Hwy 98. This...More

1  Thank GT8672
Reviewed 9 May 2016 via mobile

The terrain includes some swamp, sandy trails, and pine forests. The entrance to the trail section was hard to find. The trails can become maze like if you're new to the park. Find a map. After running through the trails several times I started to...More

Thank lukqbwr4
Reviewed 12 February 2016

First, it should not have been as hard as it was to find the trail head. We drove down 395 until we came to a gate that said public access. So we figured that's where we were suppose to go. We found ourselves on a...More

1  Thank Lenora M
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