Tucker Loop

146 Box Cut Rd
Alligator Point FL 32346
(850) 349-9146

This is the longest trail in Bald Point State Park, spanning an impressive 6.34-miles and circling the park’s largest saltwater lake, Tucker Lake. Enjoy the view of the sparkling water as you take a long stroll through nature.

Tucker Loop is situated in Bald Point State Park which is located on Alligator Point, where Ochlockonee Bay meets Apalachee Bay. This park has some of the most picturesque nature views that exist along the entire Gulf Coast of Northern Florida. Hosting an impressive 4,065 acres of upland terrain, Bald Point State Park offers diverse on-land and water-based activities, including hiking, bird watching, fishing, paddling, swimming, and even windsurfing.

The park’s varied landscapes range from coastal marshes, pine flatwoods, and oak thickets, all of which support a unique ecosystem and foster diverse biological communities. Visiting in the fall is highly recommended for those who enjoy wildlife viewing because bald eagles and other migrating raptors, along with monarch butterflies, can be seen flying through the sky as they make their journey south for the winter.

Featured Uses: Hiking, camping, nature and wildlife viewing, picnicking, swimming, sunbathing, fishing, kayaking, canoeing, wind surfing. Leashed dogs are permitted.

Park Access: 146 Box Cut Rd, Alligator Point FL 32346

Hours of Operation: 8:00am until sundown

Fees: $4.00 per vehicle and $2.00 for pedestrians and bicyclists.

Park Amenities: Restrooms, water fountains, parking, picnic pavilions, benches, beach access, canoe/kayak launch ramp, fishing dock

 
ACTIVITIES
Birding
Fishing
Hiking
Paddling
Walking
SURFACE
Un-paved
Water
LEVEL
Easy
Intermediate

This is the longest trail in Bald Point State Park, spanning an impressive 6.34-miles and circling the park’s largest saltwater lake, Tucker Lake. Enjoy the view of the sparkling water as you take a long stroll through nature.

Tucker Loop is situated in Bald Point State Park which is located on Alligator Point, where Ochlockonee Bay meets Apalachee Bay. This park has some of the most picturesque nature views that exist along the entire Gulf Coast of Northern Florida. Hosting an impressive 4,065 acres of upland terrain, Bald Point State Park offers diverse on-land and water-based activities, including hiking, bird watching, fishing, paddling, swimming, and even windsurfing.

The park’s varied landscapes range from coastal marshes, pine flatwoods, and oak thickets, all of which support a unique ecosystem and foster diverse biological communities. Visiting in the fall is highly recommended for those who enjoy wildlife viewing because bald eagles and other migrating raptors, along with monarch butterflies, can be seen flying through the sky as they make their journey south for the winter.

Featured Uses: Hiking, camping, nature and wildlife viewing, picnicking, swimming, sunbathing, fishing, kayaking, canoeing, wind surfing. Leashed dogs are permitted.

Park Access: 146 Box Cut Rd, Alligator Point FL 32346

Hours of Operation: 8:00am until sundown

Fees: $4.00 per vehicle and $2.00 for pedestrians and bicyclists.

Park Amenities: Restrooms, water fountains, parking, picnic pavilions, benches, beach access, canoe/kayak launch ramp, fishing dock

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