A 20.2-mile circuit on forest roads by bike provides a unique perspective on this 31,000-acre preserve along the St. Johns River floodplain in Christmas.
Outdoor experiences in Tosohatchee WMA (formerly Tosohatchee Reserve) along the St. Johns River in Christmas
Bridging an immense expanse of pine flatwoods bisected by floodplain forests, a 10-mile segment of the statewide Florida Trail crosses Tosohatchee WMA.
Heading for the Big Blue Cypress Mound in search of a geocache, The Andy finds adventure along the way.
“The Andy” shares his latest adventure at Tosohatchee WMA, a balloon hike that included the Myrtle Point Trail, Blues Head, and the Florida Trail.
Andy takes on the Northwest Loop in Tosohatchee WMA, encountering wildlife and interesting trees along the way.
An exploration into the wilderness along the St. Johns River near Cocoa, the Taylor Creek Loop invites you to immerse in the shade of ancient palms in a floodplain
At nearly 12 miles, the White Loop is the longest loop trail in Tosohatchee WMA and includes a large portion of the Florida Trail, traversing palm hammocks and pine flatwoods near the St. Johns River.
Andy and Tina discover a different side of Tosohatchee WMA by letting Google Earth show them a route to follow from the end of Powerline Road