Oyster Coast and Forest Pines Eastpoint to Fort Gadsden Historic Site Topo Map

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This 68-mile drive begins in Eastpoint, a coastal center for oyster and seafood processing, then proceeds inland to Fort Gadsden Historic Site, and returns to Eastpoint, taking in a few miles of sheltered shoreline and the pine flatlands of Apalachicola National Forest along the way. You’ll begin and end this drive in coastal Eastpoint. It is recommended that you start out not long after dawn in hopes of glimpsing forest wildlife, such as wild turkeys, the federally listed endangered red-cockaded woodpecker, deer, and fox squirrel, so called because of its big, bushy tail. This will also enable you to be back in Eastpoint for lunch and a chance to sample some of the freshest seafood in the state. Special features: Oyster-processing district, coastal highway, Fort Gadsden Historic Site, Apalachicola National Forest, Apalachee Savannahs National Forest Scenic Byway. This chapter is a complete description of a scenic drive with a route map and information on the best travel seasons, interesting sites, recreation opportunities, camping locations, and much more.
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Eastpoint, Florida

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