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DescriptionLocated within the Point Washington State Forest and connecting to the Eastern Lake Trail, Cassine Trail offers a variety of terrain and showcases the diversity of Northwest Florida’s ecosystems. The trail is accessed through a rustic camping site in Point Washington State Forest and connects to the 30A corridor, through a Seagrove neighborhood (no parking). Explore this trail year round and take in the scenery at the turnaround point that offers a view of the headwaters of one of South Walton’s rare coastal dune lakes. This is also the connector to other legs of the Eastern Lake Trail System.
Trail Distance: .5 Miles
Easy - Flat and Paved Trail
Great Florida Birding Trail
Pets Allowed on Leash
Address2447 South County Highway 395 Santa Rosa Beach, FL 32459
Discover the charm of Seagrove, a beach neighborhood that locals and guests love. The lush oak trees and magnolias give it a laid-back, all-natural vibe; its upscale boutiques, cafes and warm ambiance add a touch of luxury.
Every day is defined by variety in Seagrove. Walk the boardwalk, wander into a boutique shop or choose from countless ecotourism activities.