Nature and History
At the Theodore Roosevelt Area, visitors can experience miles of thickly wooded peaceful nature trails, vast grassland that supports both water and land animals, ancient piles of discarded oyster shells which yield clues about an extinct culture, and the legacy of preservation bequeathed to all by this property's last private owner, Willie Browne.
Did You Know?
Timucua women wore skirts made from cured Spanish moss, which is not a moss at all but a member of the bromeliad family. More...