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Nokuse Plantation Trail - Florida Trail
DescriptionAs a section of the statewide Florida Trail, the Nokuse Plantation Trail is challenging for those seeking an entry point. The GPS coordinates of 30.561841, -86.106505 indicate the crossing point on US Hwy 331 but no official parking is available.
Trail Distance: 19 Miles
Moderate/Difficult - Hard Ground with Some Sandy, Hilly Areas mixed with Extremely Sandy and Difficult Hills
Nokuse Plantation is the vision of M.C. Davis focusing on conservation, preservation and restoration projects to connect existing Federal and State lands in Northwest Florida. The plantation consists of a rich compilation of upland, wetland and freshwater communities. These communities provide habitat for a myriad of plants and animals, including threatened and endangered species. The education center, not connected to the trail, is located on Hwy 20, east of Freeport.
Explore Santa Rosa Beach
Santa Rosa Beach is the spot for those who can’t get enough of everything South Walton offers. Variety is at the heart of this beach neighborhood – lush parks, sugar-white sand, craft breweries and amazing eats - and it was recently named one of Travel + Leisure’s Top 5 Favorite Towns in America.