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The Timucuan Trail State and National Parks are full of interesting history to explore. Learn more about the history of this area from the native Americans to present day!

Timucuan Indians: Discover remnants of a previous civilization.Timucuan Indians Walk Through a Real PlantationWalk Through a Real Plantation Hike the Trails of War HerosHike the Trails of War Heros Watch a Civil War Re-enactmentWatch a Civil War Re-enactment Fort CarolineFort Caroline Did You Know? Florida has belonged to 5 different countries! Spain, England, France, The Confederate States of America, and the United States of America!


The Timucuan Trail State and National Parks are full of unique plants. For example, did you know that the Theodore Roosevelt Area alone contains nine distinct ecosystems! Learn more about everything from palms to poison ivy in this incredible natural landscape.

Spanish MossSpanish Moss Pickle Weed?! Actually this plant is called a PickERELweed. It's an aquatic plant native to Florida and can be found growing in streams, marshes, ditches, ponds and lake margins. Watch out for Poison Ivy! Leaves of 3, let them be! Cabbage Palm: The State Tree of FloridaCabbage Palm Butterflies LOVE this Florida Native called the beauty bush Historic TreesHistoric Trees


Long before people settled here, animals of all sorts made their homes in the Timucuan Trail State and National Parks. Any one of the parks offers opportunities to see Northeast Florida's real natives, but some of the best animal sightings can be found below.

Flying FeathersFlying Feathers Did You Know? The word Armadillo is Spanish for little armored one. BobcatsTrack Their Tracks The Famous FloridaAlligator Bats are so coolFind out why Gopher TortoiseOne of the oldest species


Water is everywhere in Northeast Florida, from the St. Johns River to the Atlantic Ocean and all of the salt marshes, freshwater ponds and creeks in between! Water plays an important role in the history, environment and landscapes of our parks.

Check Out the ViewFind out more at MOSH BeachesDiscover the Beaches Manatees FishingGo Fish Canoe down a riverFind a Water Access site near you and see Florida a whole new way DolphinsSay hello to dolphins

Get Active

The Timucuan Trail State and National Parks offer countless opportunities for keeping fit while enjoying the beauty of nature. So read on to learn about just a few of the fun ways to stay active in our parks... then get out there and enjoy!

Take a HikeA NATURE hike Bike RidesPaved and Off Road Become a Junior RangerYou can be a Junior Ranger Go for a picnic, watch out for ants Duval county is home to more than 50,000 acres of parkland with thousands of acres open for you to explore. KayakingKayaking

More Adventure

There are so many ways to continue your adventure! Explore a park near you, visit the Timucuan Trail Parks Foundation website, or explore the exhibits at MOSH.

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