Forest Service / BLM
Co Rd 233, off of I-10/Hwy 8.
Osceola National Forest Florida
*Designated primitive camping for backpackers on the Florida Trail.
About: The Osceola National Forest is the smallest of Florida’s national forests, but is an important link in a biodiversity corridor connecting to the Okeefenokee Swamp. It also surrounds Florida’s most significant Civil War site, the Olustee Battlefield. It lies between Jacksonville and Lake City and is bisected by Interstate 10.
Fees: No Fee
Contact Osceola Ranger District at 386-752-2577.
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