Raymond Creek Road provides a relaxing stroll through the Gulf Coast plains forest ecosystem in the De Soto National Forest. With ridges sporting Long Leaf Pines and bottoms filled with native oaks, this forest offers an example of the traditional ecosystem found 20 miles north of the coast. Between heavy rain and the occasional hurricane or tropical storm, this forest receives more than 60 inches of rain annually. This quickly growing forest takes maintenance to keep it in check. Take in the sights, sounds, and smells this forest offers.
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