Hammock State Park, Florida

February 6, 2014 at 3:39 am | Posted in Florida, rural | Leave a comment
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Hammock State Park is located about an hour east of the gulf cost.  Its seclusion makes it a great place to see a habitat that is a true reflection of what Florida was like before the 1600’s.  The live Oak with Spanish moss is a contrast as I sketched it in the middle of the cattle and orange fields that dominate much of the interior of the state.  The park has nice hiking trails and a board walk to experience the Cypress in the swamps.  The roads have a dedicated bike and walking paths and there is a museum dedicated to the Civilian Corps that created all these great parks across the US.





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