Split Oak Forest Trails Topo Map

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This 1,700-acre forest is adjacent to two very picturesque lakes—Lakes Hart and Mary Jane—and also to a very popular county park, Moss Park. It is named for a giant, 200-year old oak tree that was split about 50 years ago and continues to grow today. The habitat here is classic to Central Florida and includes cypress swamps, pine flatwoods, oak hammocks, and marshland. Three lakes on the property, one of them quite close to the trailhead, are open to fishing. The most common residents are sandhill cranes, wood ducks, owls, wood storks, eagles, bobcats, white-tailed deer, gopher tortoises, and pileated woodpeckers. Special Attractions: Varied terrain and the opportunity to fish.
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Orlando, Florida

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Mar 2018