Take a break from the beach to check out the trail systems scattered throughout the Point Washington State Forest. State Forest Road 28 rubs between South County Highway 83 and South County Highway 283. This trail allows the adventurist to explore the beautiful sandhill forests north of the famous 30A.
This trail runs generally east to west for approximately 2.5 miles and can be completed in any stock vehicle. Roads are typically graded gravel. However, several sections can become sandy. Open roads are marked by road signs fastened to trees. This is a popular multi-use trail system. You can expect to run into hikers, bikers, horseback riders, and offroaders.
There is a $2 daily fee for accessing State Forests throughout Florida. Dispersed camping is not available along this trail. The closest camping is in the Point Washington State Park, located at the Eastern Lake Campgrounds off Forest Road 7. There are eight primitive campsites, and reservations are required.
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