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One good thing about this preserve is it offers a lot of parking. It covers 840 acres with 3 different trails that together total only 5 miles. You can hike, bike, or park your horse trailer here and ride your horse.
We chose one trail...More
Enjoyed these trails because each one looked a little different at each turn. The paths were wide and easy to navigate, however there are some muddy spots even when there has been no rain for a while. As long as you pay attention to the...More
The eastern section, which runs by the site of the former "post office", now marked by a post with the number "1" on it, leads to....nothing. NO facilities, and only one bench that I saw. However, any time of year, it's just a 2+ mile...More
We were there on a week day and we had the preserve to ourselves. Loved the great trails and the chance to enjoy the area. We were geocaching and it was great!! Glad they were able to raise the funds to preserve this area.
The historic preserve is near a battle where the patriots didn't do all that well against their British and Loyalist neighbors. The State of Florida has taken this mishmash of terrain types and made it into a lovely group of trails and natural areas that...More
Seaton Creek Preserve is a wonderful park. However, it is very secluded and one should be sure to have plenty of water...as the trials are long and poorly marked. We walked the Houston Creek Trail (HCT) which meanders for 2.3 miles. We came to an...More
Perfect for nature lovers, hikers and history buffs, the Seaton Creek park is a beautiful old Florida preserve that offers scenic views, excellent walking trails, animal life and is also an important Revolutionary War battle site that is a must see for all.