Ravine Trail

815-1169 Live Oak Plantation Rd
Tallahassee FL 32312
(850) 891-3866

Located within the Lake Talquin State Forest, the Ravine Trail (marked blue) is a part of the Bear Creek Educational Forest experience. It starts close to the observation deck before it continues to loop around the pond. This unpaved portion of the park’s trails stretches for 1.8 miles and is considered moderately strenuous with steep inclines. Visitors can expect to explore a wide variety of unique foliage as well as an array of wildlife that inhabit the area.

Featured Uses: Running/walking, hiking, wildlife viewing, environmental education, picnicking, and camping. Leashed dogs are permitted.

Access: From Interstate 10: Exit onto Highway 267. Go south on Highway 267 for 4.8 miles. The entrance will be on your left.

From Highway 20: Turn north onto Highway 267. Follow Highway 267 for 7.5 miles. The entrance will be on your right.

Amenities: Parking, restrooms, educational rooms, and picnic shelters.

 
ACTIVITIES
Hiking
SURFACE
Un-paved
LEVEL
Easy

Located within the Lake Talquin State Forest, the Ravine Trail (marked blue) is a part of the Bear Creek Educational Forest experience. It starts close to the observation deck before it continues to loop around the pond. This unpaved portion of the park’s trails stretches for 1.8 miles and is considered moderately strenuous with steep inclines. Visitors can expect to explore a wide variety of unique foliage as well as an array of wildlife that inhabit the area.

Featured Uses: Running/walking, hiking, wildlife viewing, environmental education, picnicking, and camping. Leashed dogs are permitted.

Access: From Interstate 10: Exit onto Highway 267. Go south on Highway 267 for 4.8 miles. The entrance will be on your left.

From Highway 20: Turn north onto Highway 267. Follow Highway 267 for 7.5 miles. The entrance will be on your right.

Amenities: Parking, restrooms, educational rooms, and picnic shelters.

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