3.21 mi

Elevation gain

538 ft

Technical difficulty


Elevation loss

538 ft

Max elevation

130 ft



Min elevation

-4 ft

Trail type



3 hours 20 minutes




January 3, 2016


January 2016

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130 ft
-4 ft
3.21 mi

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near Christmas, Florida (United States)

This hike will take you to another corner of the Tosohatchee WMA. I found this trail in 2015, it seems to be a new trail. The trail is blazed with white paint. There is a blue blazed trail from the youth camp area that can be used to access this trail. An orange blazed trail crosses it, as well as another orange blazed trail near Beehead Road – if you have the time and energy, give them a look! I started from Parking Area #5, but the trail can also be found off Beehead Road, park at Parking Area #1. It is not a loop trail; you would normally have to return the way you came. A section of the trail takes you to Poweline Road. A far portion of the trail is in the open, so be prepared for the sun. I found it to be a pretty easy hike, especially in cooler weather. I did see a few birds, but that was it.
As with many areas in Florida, be aware that hunting is allowed at different times of the year. I advise you to wear bright colors, mainly orange, to be safe. Hunting is really not a major worry, just a concern. You can get hunting information from the web, my website or stop in at the main office to ask what is going on.
Happy trails............ Check my webpage for more information at
Information point

Beehead Road

Beehead Road - Main road into Tosohatchee

Blue Trail Intersection

Blue Blazed Trail from Youth Camp

Enter Powerlines Road

Enter Road under power lines

Exit Powerlines Road

Exit powerline road - maybe water

Old Road

Old road in woods
Car park

Parking Area #5

Designated parking area


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