Jennings State Forest

The 24,000+ acre Jennings State Forest, which borders Eagle Landing, is a rich landscape with many different types of plants and animals. The park is home to more than 15 protected, natural biological communities and a variety of animals including hawks, white-tailed deer, river otters and turkeys. It is your haven for outdoor recreation, featuring wonderful places to hike, bike, canoe, horseback ride, camp and fish.

  • 16-mile Evans Horse Loop
  • Unique Fire & Water Trail
  • North Fork Black Creek’s scenic 5-mile loop trail
  • Biking and horseback riding
  • Canoeing along North Fork Creek & Black Creek
  • Campgrounds & picnic areas
  • Fishing & hunting
  • Nature & wildlife programs
  • Great Florida Birding Trail
  • Trailwalker & Horsetrotter Programs
  • Guided nature walks with park rangers

For more information about Jennings State Forest, visit their website.

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