Ocala National Forest Topo Map

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Includes: Ocala North, Ocala South, Lake Eaton Sinkhole. The 360,000-acre Ocala National Forest was the first designated national forest east of the Mississippi River. The Big Scrub, as it is affectionately known, is the world’s largest stand of sand pine scrub forest. It also contains one of the most scenic extensions of the Florida National Scenic Trail (FNST), what the Florida Trail Association calls the “crown jewel” of the 1,300-mile system. Ocala’s 75-mile leg passes through rolling hills and longleaf pine forests, skirts as many as sixty ponds, and ventures into numerous cypress and gum swamps. Usually, hikers don’t need to worry about soaked feet in the swamps since many of the wet spots are spanned by boardwalks. Special Attractions: The pathway penetrates the world’s largest stand of sand pine.
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Ocala, Florida

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