Chief Tomokie Nature Trail Topo Map

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This state park boasts a 40-foot statue depicting Chief Tomokie defending a sacred golden cup. This brightly colored statue is impressive, but Chief Tomokie apparently never existed. The Fred Dana Marsh statue is based mostly on the artist’s imagination. This nature walk through a rich coastal hammock is all too brief. From the museum, the shady trail leads to the picnic area and statue. In dry weather, the trail may be wheelchair accessible, but check with the park ranger at the entrance to be certain. The sandy banks of the Tomoka River, visible from the statue, can be an excellent spot for bank fishing. Simply pick your spot and cast out; a fishing license is required. Special Attractions: A museum displaying rare wooden Indian artifacts, outdoor sculpture by artist Fred Dana Marsh depicting the legend of Chief Tomokie, canoeing in the Tomoka River, and fishing from shore.
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Ormond Beach, Florida

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