Gator Trail in St. Andrews State Park, Florida
Posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member srinidhilv
N 30° 07.720 W 085° 44.003
16R E 622008 N 3333719
Quick Description: A short half mile hiking trail inside of St. Andrews Stat Park in Panama City Florida. Rare chance to see alligators, migratory birds, and occasionally rattle snakes
Location: Florida, United States
Date Posted: 2/14/2015 10:39:57 AM
Waymark Code: WMNCJF
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member J.A.R.S.
Views: 1

Long Description:
The Gator Lake trail located inside the St. Andrews State Park in Panama City, Florida is a short but very interesting trail. The trail is only half a mile long and a easy hike. The trail is surrounded by trees and is well shaded. The trail offers beautiful vistas of the lake in some places, and leads to places where potentially alligators could be seen. I would recommend this place for anyone visiting this area.
Parking: N 30° 07.715 W 085° 44.009

Trailhead/trail website: [Web Link]

Trail allowances or restrictions:
Walking and Hiking only.


Trail type: Dirt and gravel - parts of the trail have wooden decks

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