Fish Hole Road

1/5 (1 reviews)
Christmas, Florida (Orange County)
Last Updated: 06/15/2020
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Highlights

Tosohatchee Wildlife Management Area is located on the east side of Florida about 20 miles away from the Atlantic Ocean. Tosohatchee WMA is almost 31,000 acres and offers camping, fishing, and part of the Great Florida Birding and Wildlife Trail. Being so close to the Atlantic Ocean means Tosohatchee is mainly swampland but still about 100' above sea-level. Fish Hole Road is a scenic route going through the center of Tosohatchee WMA. Fish Hole Road is known for the 50-100' tall trees that somehow manage to survive hurricanes. Alligators can be found sunning themselves on the trail so make sure to check your surroundings before getting out of your vehicle!

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Trail Reviews

1/5 (1 reviews)
Jeff Bulat
Official Crew
17900
Status: Open
Rated 1/5
Visited: 08/24/2019

Fish Hole Road is a very basic trail with no obstacles or challenges to intermediate or advanced offroaders. It is a decent wildlife and scenic road, and interesting to see the 100' trees!

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