Grant Flatwoods Sanctuary

Hours of operation: Monday through Sunday, day use only.

This 2600-acre sanctuary, located within the town of Grant / Valkaria, protects a variety of habitats including, cypress domes and forests, pine flatwoods, oak hammocks, and depression marshes. Common wildlife species include wading birds, white-tailed deer, bobcat, gopher tortoise, and many reptiles and amphibians.

From the north entrance, a one and a half mile nature trail can be accessed from the cul-de-sac at the terminus of Crepe Myrtle Drive. Please be sure not to block the access gate. A parking area is planned for the site, but development has been delayed to budgetary limitations and final approval of the site management plan.

From the south entrance, a 3.6 mile (one way) 7.2 mile (round trip) nature trail can be accessed from the parking area off Micco Rd.

Dirt road entrance with sign that reads Grant Flatwoods Sanctuary.
Grant Flatwoods Sanctuary Sign
Outdoor bulletin board.
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