Osceola - FR216

Lake City, Florida (Columbia County)

Last Updated: 04/06/2020
2 / 5 ( 1 reviews )
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Typically Open: Year Round
Length: 2.49 miles
Highest Elevation: 195 feet
Duration: About 15 minutes
Shape of Trail: Connector
Best Direction to Travel: N/A
Nearest Town: Lake City
Nearest Town w/ Services: Lake City
Official Road Name: 216
Management Agency: Osceola National Forest
District: Osceola National Forest


Highlight: Osceola - FR216
Osceola National Forest is one of three National Forests in Florida. Spanning 266,000 acres Osceola is the smallest of Florida's National Forests. Exploring Osceola National Forest can be done in many ways such as hiking, ATVs, horseback, and street-legal vehicles. Ocala National Forest is great for anyone looking to hunt, camp, watch wildlife, or visit the Lewis D. Whitaker shooting range! National Forest Road 216 travels east and west through Osceola National Forest. The trail will surround explorers with tall trees and swampland. Areas of FR216 will be cleared out from loggers, so there are many side-roads that ATVs, dirtbikes, and UTVs will like to check out.


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1. National Forest Road 216 Trailhead (0 mi)
Trailhead starts at the intersection for FR215 and FR216.

Directions to Trailhead

Starting Point: Lake City, Florida

Starting at the intersection for US-90 and SE Vet Loop, take US-90 east for 6 miles. On the left/north side of US-90, there will be a dirt road across from a prison. Turn onto this dirt road which is FR215. Follow FR215 for about 2.5 miles and there will be an intersection for FR215 and FR216. Turn right/east onto FR216.


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Jeff Bulat

Jeff is an outdoor enthusiast located in the central Florida area. He enjoys exploring Florida's less traveled roads, visiting historic sites, and getting away from the city. While on trails Jeff is a huge supporter of tread lightly and believes in, "take out what you take in." A love for vehicles has recently brought Jeff to the world of off-roading. He is still new to the game but is enthusiastic about learning new techniques, vehicles, equipment, technology, and bringing all together to contribute to TrailsOffoad.
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