Osceola National Forest - Things to Know Before Visiting
Osceola National Forest, Florida 32087, USA
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About Osceola National Forest
Herbert Hoover created the Osceola National Forest on July 10, 1931. It was named after the Seminole warrior, Osceola.
Attractions Near Osceola National Forest
Olustee Battlefield Historic State Park is owned by the State of Florida, but the United States Forest Service maintains another 688 acres (2.78 km2) as part of a Special Use Permit.
The Santa Fe River is typical of many rivers in karst regions in that it disappears underground and then reappears 5 kilometres (3 miles) downstream.
Rare plants such as the Bartram's Ixia and St. John's Susan can be found in the Jennings State Forest.
Poe Springs Park is located about 3 miles west of High Springs, Florida. It is is 202 acres in size.
In the San Felasco Hammock Preserve State Park are feral pigs, bobcats, white-tailed deer, gray foxes, wild turkeys, and several species of songbirds.
Devil's Millhopper Geological State Park is only 71 acres (29 ha), but three distinct ecological environments exist in the park, depending on the amount of sun, fire, and water it receives.
Where is Osceola National Forest
Discover More Attractions in Baker County, Where Osceola National Forest Is Located
The county of Baker is located in Florida, in the United States. The population was 28,259 at the time of the 2020 census.