st. marks national wildlife refuge Trails

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Mysteries of Strange Waters: Wakulla Springs State Park to St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge :: Wakulla Springs, FL

This 20-mile drive begins at one of the largest springs in the world, continues through pine forest to nearby St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge, then follows the refuge’s 7-mile wildlife drive past pools of feeding birds on stilt-like legs to the hi

St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge: Florida Trail Segment :: Newport, FL

Founded in 1931 and one of the nation’s oldest wildlife refuges, St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) encompasses more than 69,000 acres of land and another 31,500 acres of adjacent Apalachee Bay. The refuge also includes a designated wildernes

St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge :: Tallahassee, FL

Includes: Plum Orchard Pond Trail, Stoney Bayou and Deep Creek Trails, Butterfly Trail, Sawdust Loop, Blue Springs Loop, Purify Bay Loop, Otter Lake Trails, Florida Trail Extension. St. Marks is probably the best place in Northwest Florida for genera

Wildlife Drive / Birth of the Oil Industry Tour: Circuit through Meadville, Titusville, and Corry :: Meadville, PA

This 103-mile boot-shaped tour passes through four mostly rural northwest Pennsylvania counties to visit some prized wildlife lands and recall the oil boom of the 1860s. Meadville, the toe of the boot, marks the tour’s start. On this drive, you will

Tallahassee/St. Marks Historic Railroad Trail :: Tallahassee, FL

Florida’s first official state trail, the Tallahassee/St. Marks Historic Railroad Trail runs from the capital city to the coast on 19 miles of smooth pavement, passing a national forest and several small communities to end at the confluence of two be

Gulf (East Portion), Liberty (South Portion), Franklin, and Wakulla Counties :: Apalachicola, FL

This eTrail covers 16 different fishing destinations in these Florida counties including Dead Lakes State Recreation Area, Apalachicola River (Chipola Cutoff Canal to Apalachicola Bay), Wright Lake, Lafayette Park Pier, Battery Park Pier, Apalachicol

Ochlockonee River State Park Campground :: Sopchoppy, FL

Virtually encircled by the St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge, Ochlockonee River State Park is an island within an island of the real Florida. The Ochlockonee River is brackish at this point because it’s just a few miles from the ocean. The quiet cam

Tower Pond Interpretive Trail :: Saint Marks, FL

This interpretive loop trail at St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge travels along Picnic Pond and then circles Tower Pond, another popular birding locale. Marked interpretive stops along the way help you understand the multiple ecosystems in this co

Mounds Pool Trail :: Newport, FL

Located on the Gulf of Mexico, an area as rich in natural resources as St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge had to be appealing to Florida’s earliest inhabitants. It was. Evidence indicates this area was inhabited from 10,000 B.C. to the late eighteent

Desert National Wildlife Range: Gass Peak :: Las Vegas, NV

Named after Octavius Decatur Gass, owner of the Las Vegas Ranch and old Mormon Fort in the late 1860s, Gass Peak stands sentinel at the north end of the Las Vegas Valley and marks the boundary between bustling civilization and undeveloped wildlands.

St. Marks Cruise :: Tallahassee, FL

This ride begins on St. Marks Trail, a 10-foot wide, paved Recreation trail (converted from an old railroad bed) that runs 16.2 miles to the town of St. Marks. Open to bicyclists, hikers, and horsemen and women, the trail follows the route of the Tal

St. Marks Area :: Tallahassee, FL

This chapter on the birding areas around the St. Marks area includes descriptions of the bird-watching at these various destinations: St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge, Wakulla Springs State Park, Tiger Hammock Road, Ochlockonee River State Park, Ba

Stoney Bayou Loop at St. Marks Refuge :: Saint Marks, FL

This hike circles a pool at St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) created to enhance waterfowl habitat. Travel a section of the Florida Trail as it traces an elevated dike before picking up another berm from which views extend in all directions. S

Cathedral of Palms Hike :: Saint Marks, FL

This picturesque trek in St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge joins the Florida Trail as it enters “The Cathedral,” a tall palm forest where fronds form a roof over a gorgeous slice of the Big Bend. The hike continues through secluded forest to reach S

Lighthouse Levee Trail :: Crawfordville, FL

The Lighthouse Levee Trail is a short and easy hike but one that provides an amazing experience for young and old alike. Walking atop the levee, you will have sweeping views of Apalachee Bay, Gulf and marsh impoundments, and one of the most photograp