Trails of the Devil's Millhopper Topo Map

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This 63-acre park has the most interesting name of any of Florida’s state parks. The site of a huge dry sinkhole—117 feet deep and 500 feet across— the millhopper obtained its name because of its funnel-like shape. It stems from the practice of farmers in the 1800s of grinding grain in grist mills which had a funnel-shaped hopper that fed the grain into the grinder. The sinkhole, because of the fossilized bones and teeth of ancient animals once found on the sinkhole bottom, was said to be millhopper for feeding bodies to the devil. Thus the name Devil’s Millhopper.
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Gainesville, Florida

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Mar 2018