The parcel is approximately 4608 acres in size and the types of habitats found on the parcel include Freshwater Marsh, improved pasture, Oak Hammock, Pine Flatwoods, Cypress Domes and Sloughs, and Floodplain of the St. Johns River. The parcel is adjacent to Seminole Ranch Conservation Area, Orlando Wetlands Park, and the Geneva Wilderness Area. Recreational opportunities for the site are hiking trails, wildlife observation and equestrian trails.
Hike or horseback ride on miles of trails through some of Florida’s unique habitats with opportunities to view wildlife. The Florida National Scenic Trail runs through the property. The Charles H. Bronson State Forest’s eastern boundary is bordered by the St. Johns River. The St. Johns River is designated as an American Heritage River and, at 310 miles, is the longest river in Florida. Other notable features include the three creeks that flow through the State Forest: Joshua Creek, Buscombe Creek and Christmas Creek; all three creeks are tributaries to the St. Johns River.
Area: Northeast (Winter Park/Maitland/UCF/Waterford Lakes/ Christmas)
3563 Phillips Road, Orlando, FL, 32808