Osceola National Forest Guide

Osceola National Forest is part of the area where the state's largest Civil War battle took place. Now, you can find a very peaceful environment with many beautiful trails to explore. At this national forest near Sanderson, Florida, you can also find great places to fish, waterski, and swim. Equestrians love to go riding along the swampy trails. This Florida location near Osceola is on the Great Bird Trail and the Florida National Scenic Trail. 

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Osceola National Forest Hiking Trails

Things to Do

Activities in Osceola National Forest

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How to get to Osceola National Forest

Address: Osceola National Forest headquarters, 24874 US-90, Sanderson, FL 32087

Fee: Entry fee $0

Osceola National Forest is the smallest national forest in Florida, but it holds many unique places to explore and things to do. Unlike many national forests, this one is very accessible because it is bisected by Interstate 10. There are fantastic hiking trails to explore, along with terrific fishing opportunities. Dark sky programs occur here regularly on Saturday nights. This swamp is home to many different animals. You will not want to miss exploring this location that is part of the Great Bird Trail and the Florida National Scenic Trail in your RV. If you do not have an RV, rent one on RVshare.com.