United States Sweetgum and Ancient Hammock Trails, Highlands Hammock State Park

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Wayne Foote

Shoot with care
Unless you are in the Park on a non-busy day, tripod use may interfere with hikers in places. Early and mid-week are the slowest days. The gate closes promptly. Be sure to check with the ranger about gate closing time. You do not want to be locked into the park for the night.

About this spot
A hammock is an area that is often higher than the surrounding land with humus rich soil and hardwood trees including oaks, sweetgums, hickories, and palms. The area is home to much of the native Florida wildlife and plants.

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