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Yesterday and Today. Explore the places that make the Red Hills Home.
This 140-acre nature preserve is home to the greatest expanse of trout lilies known to exist and is open for hiking year round.
The spring-fed river is a recreation hub for swimmers, paddlers, anglers and boaters.
The paved 20.5 mile multi-use trail runs from Florida’s capital city to the coastal town of St. Marks.(850) 519-6594
Interpretive tours offered through pristine slope forest and wetlands located on public land
Crystal-clear springs, meandering rivers and trails, sinkholes and limestone outcrops will reward adventurers eager to explore this unique north Florida landscape and its diverse wildlife.
These remarkably scenic roads offer a glimpse into the history of Jefferson county along with its natural beauty.