There are both marked and unmarked trails in the Wakulla State Forest. The Double Springs Multi-use Trail loop is 4.5 miles in length. Riders and hikers should expect an amazing trail that will include low-water crossings, inclines, and winding trails. For those hikers and riders who prefer exploring off the marked trails, 19 miles of service roads transect the Wakulla Tract. There is also a series of service roads on the Woodville Tract.

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Directions from Tallahassee: Take Woodville Hwy south. Turn west (right) at the flashing light at the intersection with State Road 267 (Bloxham Cutoff).  After about a mile and a half you will see a Forest Ranger station on the right, then go over a bridge.  Turn right, then make an immediate left onto Rosa Shingles Road.  The trailhead is on the right.
  • No Water Available!
  • Picnic Tables and Pavillion
  • Hunting is allowed. Check the Wildlife Management website for the hunting schedule.
  • Children under the age of 16 are required to wear a helmet when horseback riding on public lands.
  • All horseback riders must have proof of current negative Coggins Test results for their horses when on state lands.