Living Forest Trail

Lake Talquin State Forest
Quincy FL 32351
(850) 488-1871

This short 0.4 mile (0.64 km) loop trail starts beside the historic Beaumont cabin, behind the Olympic National Park Visitor Center in Port Angeles. May be wheelchair accessible with assistance. The educational focus of the forest trails provides an array of learning experiences. Visitors can experience the audio enhanced Living Forest Trail where the trees tell their own stories. There is also a wealth of viewing opportunities for wildlife, birds, and wildflowers. The nature trails meander through numerous natural communities including wetlands, sandhills, and dramatic ravines. The Living Forest Trail(GREEN) starts at the parking lot area and ends at the observation deck. The trail has a hard paved surface and is .66 miles in length round trip.

 
ACTIVITIES
Hiking
Running
Walking
SURFACE
Paved
LEVEL
Easy

This short 0.4 mile (0.64 km) loop trail starts beside the historic Beaumont cabin, behind the Olympic National Park Visitor Center in Port Angeles. May be wheelchair accessible with assistance. The educational focus of the forest trails provides an array of learning experiences. Visitors can experience the audio enhanced Living Forest Trail where the trees tell their own stories. There is also a wealth of viewing opportunities for wildlife, birds, and wildflowers. The nature trails meander through numerous natural communities including wetlands, sandhills, and dramatic ravines. The Living Forest Trail(GREEN) starts at the parking lot area and ends at the observation deck. The trail has a hard paved surface and is .66 miles in length round trip.

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