The habitats in Seabranch Preserve State Park were formed by ancient oceans over the course of many years. Rare sand pine scrub, baygall communities, a mangrove swamp, and scrubby flatwoods can be seen by the visitors all within a mile from each other. A trail that extends for over 4 miles is available for visitors to hike and witness all of the wildlife that Seabranch Preserve State Park has to offer. Picnic areas are also available for visitors. There are future plans to develop this park in order to make it more enticing to visitors.
Location: Central East Florida
Additional Resources: Official Website