At over 600 square miles and within four Florida Counties, The Ocala National Forest is the second-largest nationally protected forest in the United States. Within its boundaries are lakes, springs, recreational areas, campgrounds, and over 100 miles of hiking trails. In short, the Ocala National Forest is an outdoor lovers paradise.
There is a long list of recreational opportunities in The Ocala National Forest
- Boating – Canoeing- Kayaking
- Horse Back Riding
- Wildlife Viewing
- ATV off-road Trails
Camping, Hiking, Bike Trail, Fishing, Swimming
Swimming & Hiking