Tosohatchee Wildlife Management Area Trails
This 19.4-mile trail network leads to notable natural features such as a virgin bald cypress stand in James Creek Swamp. Carry a map and compass to successfully navigate the intersecting roads and trails. Wading birds of all types - ibis, herons, egrets, wood storks, limpkins; rails, ducks, and gallinules, ospreys and eagles, as well as kestrels, turkeys, white-tailed deer, and alligators are common in the many biological communties through which the trails pass. Horses are permitted on named and numbered roads and designated trails only; horses are prohibited during hunting seasons.