One of the lesser-known trails of Little Big Econ State Forest, Culpepper Bend leads you to a panorama where the Econlockhatchee River meets the St. Johns River
Following a historic railroad route, the southern portion of the Flagler Trail provides a sometimes rugged, sometimes gentle ride between Geneva and Chuluota
Enjoy the natural beauty of habitat diversity along this 4.3-mile segment of the Florida Trail connecting Chuluota Wilderness and Bronson State Forest
Andy’s meanders on the forest roads of Bronson State Forest lead him to an old windmill on public land still used for ranching – and a nearly newborn calf.
Andy and Tina enjoy a hike north on the Flagler Trail South, walking through lush palm hammocks from Snow Hill Road trailhead to explore around the Econlockhatchee River
Andy and Tina take a wander through Little Big Econ State Forest starting at the equestrian trailhead near the forest office and leading to the river itself
On a quest to walk to the Culpepper Shelter at Little-Big Econ State Forest, Andy and Tina find a side of the forest that few visitors experience.
One of the most popular destinations for outdoor recreation in the Orlando metro area, Little-Big Econ State Forest protects more than 9,500 acres along the floodplain of the Econlockhatchee River
Walking through the most ancient of Florida’s forests, the feeling that landscape has a spirit persists, especially when contrasted with places where habitat has been permanently destroyed.