If you're all done exploring the water, head inland to experience the other activities Topsail has to offer. With over 15 miles worth of trails, Topsail is a great place to go biking, hiking, or birdwatching. In fact, Topsail Hill Preserve State Park is part of the Great Florida Birding and Wildlife Trail. You could catch a glimpse of red shouldered hawks, red cardinals, or snowy plovers at this state park. If you're planning on visiting the park on a Sunday, you're in luck! Each Sunday Topsail offers a Ranger Program. The Park Rangers will take you on a guided hike, teach you about the park's history and wildlife, and even offer a crafting porting for the kids. The topic will vary from week to week so it's always an adventure! Topsail also offers a 13 waypoint geocache program if you're in the mood for a high-tech treasure hunt. Not ready for the fun to end? Topsail has a variety of camping options. There are 156 RV sites, 22 tent campsites, 16 bungalows, and 16 cabins available for rent in the park.