Torreya State Park Campground

Bristol, Florida 32321

Torreya State Park Campground

Torreya State Park Campground Professional Guide

Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"Torreya is loaded with high bluffs; even the campground sports a great view. The bluffs are located along the Apalachicola River. Their inclines support hardwoods more commonly seen in the Southern Appalachian Mountains.

The park is also the home of the rare Torreya tree that grows only in this area. If that isn’t enough, this surprising state park is home of the antebellum Gregory House, where tours will open your eyes to Panhandle plantation life."

Torreya State Park Campground Trip Reports

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11/23/2007
The campsites are nice since they are located so close to the beach. You can catch some beautiful sunsets! Avoid the Gulf Breeze campsites if tenting during the summer and winter due to lack of shade and small amount of wind blockage-choose Shady Pines instead.

Overall, this is one of my favorite state parks! One downside to the park, though, is that the roads in the park currently need some repair.
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Trail Information

Bristol
Nearby City
30
Campsites
Year-round
Season
Hiking
Additional Use
Waterfalls
Features
850-643-2674, floridastateparks.org; reservations 800-326-3521, reserveamerica.com
Local Contacts
$16
Fees per Night
Picnic table, fire ring, water, electricity. Hot showers, flush toilets.
Facilities

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