390 Holloway Road
Florahome, FL 32140
Etoniah Creek State Forest contains 8,679 acres of
various natural communities. The forest was acquired
as part of the Etoniah/Cross Florida Greenway Conservation
and Recreation Lands (CARL) project. Etoniah Creek State
Forest is named after Etonia Creek, a stream which travels
2.5 miles through the eastern portion of the forest.
Etoniah Creek State Forest is located in northern Putnam
County in northeast Florida. The forest headquarters is
located northeast of Florahome. From Florahome, go 2 miles
east to Holloway Road. Go north on Holloway road 2.6 miles
to the second forest road on the right (Fieldhouse Road).
The office is 1/2 mile down Fieldhouse Road.
Recreational activities on the forest include hiking,
fishing, canoeing, hunting, nature study, wildlife viewing
and photography. There are two designated trails for
horseback riding and trails for bicycling will be established
in the near future.
Etoniah Creek State Forest is managed as a Wildlife
Management Area by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission. Hunting is permitted only during designated
seasons. For additional information on hunting and fishing
contact the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
For more information: Etoniah Creek State Forest