Twelve natural communities provide splendid opportunities for wildlife observation along miles of trails.
Located five miles east of Cedar Key, the reserve is over 5,000 acres with much to explore. It is accessed from two trailheads, one on State Road 24 and the other on Levy County Road 347. The trailheads provide access to the over 13 miles of multi-use trails located within the reserve - hike, bike or ride a horse.
Contained within the reserve's boundaries are 12 distinct natural communities including one of the rarest in the state, Florida scrub. These natural communities are home to a v