Wildflower Walks in October
Wednesday Wildflower Walks in October

Join us each week in October for our Wildflower Walks. Each week we will meet at a different location and take a guided hike to survey what wildflowers are in bloom! $5 youth $10 adults $30 families up to 10 persons

Online reservations required  by 4 pm the previous Sunday to each walk.

Wildflower Walk 2024 Dates and Locations

We will be meeting on location for these events

Locations and Dates

Oct 1st is our 1st  Wildflower Walk - Meet us at the Upper Hillsborough Preserve trailhead on Chancy near the Zephyrhills Airport at 9 am Reservations required https://www.swfwmd.state.fl.us/recreation/upper-hillsborough-preserve

Oct 8th is our 2nd  Wildflower Walk - Meet us at Chinsegut Conservation Center Lower Trailhead at Hwy 41 &581 near Brooksville at 9 am
Reservations required https://myfwc.com/education/outdoor-skills/chinsegut/

Oct 15th is our 3rd  Wildflower Walk - Meet us at Circle B Bar Reserve in Lakeland on Winter Lake Road in Nature Center Parking Lot at 9 am
Reservations required to keep group sizes small due to covid-19 https://www.polknature.com/explore/circle-b-bar-reserve

Oct 22nd is our 4th Wildflower Walk at Brooker Creek Headwaters Preserve near Keystone/Lutz. At this location we can see carnivorous plants such as hooded pitcher plants and pink sundew, as well as the beautiful Pine Lily. We will meet at the Ramblewood Trailhead at 9 for a 2 hour stroll. https://www.swfwmd.state.fl.us/recreation/brooker-creek-headwaters-nature-preserve

Oct 29th - our last Wildflower walk location is a bonus week! We will be hiking the red loop at Withlacoochee River Park in Dade City. We will meet at the parking area near the fishing dock at 9 am for a minimum 5 mile primitive trail hike into the forest and along the Withlacoochee River. (Pending dry trails) https://www.alltrails.com/trail/us/florida/withlacoochee-red-trail-loop 

Book now!  Reservations close 24 hours prior to hike date. Call for More Information 813-789-0904 Additional dates for private groups are available

Guided wildflower walks in October

Share your favorite wildflower photos or find out what wildflowers are in bloom in your area at https://flawildflowers.org/

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Wildflower hot spots

Where can I find wildflowers?
Wildflower hot spots include highways managed by FDOT, such as Florida’s Turnpike and Interstates 75, 95 and 4. Many rural roads, especially in the Panhandle and Big Bend, also are known for abundant blooms.

Statewide

Florida National Scenic Trail
Florida Water Management Districts lands
Florida State Parks
Hiking Statewide — Wildflower Walks
National Forest lands
US Forest Service

North Florida
Florida Caverns State Park
, Marianna
Big Bend Scenic Byway
Goethe State Forest (Alachua/Levy County)
State Road 65, between Telogia and Sumatra
Apalachicola River WEA
State Road 9A, between Gate Parkway and Baymeadows Road, Duval County
State Road 26, west of Gainesville
State Road 100, Keystone Heights; also between Bunnell and Palatka
State Road 228, just north of State Road 23, Duval County
State Road 500/ U.S. Highway Alt. 27, Chiefland to Williston
U.S. Highway 27, from north end of Perry for about 3-4 miles
U.S. Highway 27, Suwannee County
U.S. Highway 27/98, Dixie and Levy County
U.S. Highway 90, between Lake City and Live Oak
U.S. Highway 301 at the Florida/Georgia border, Nassau County