Little Ocmulgee State Park
Costal Plain Trail through through scrub oaks and pines
OAK RIDGE TRAIL
This 2.3-mile trail loop provides a winding moderate walk through the sandhill and longleaf pine eco-systems. Various plant and animal species may be seen, including longleaf pine, wiregrass, gopher tortoises, wild turkeys, Spanish moss and several species of snakes. The trail also includes a boardwalk out onto the blackwater streams of the Little Ocmulgee River where tupelo and bay trees grow.
SHORT LOOP TRAIL
This trail is 1.7 miles in length and winds through the longleaf pine eco-system with views of large magnolia trees, Spanish moss, and various pines including loblolly and longleaf.
The park offers a 2-mile round-trip canoe trail along the tannic-stained waters of the Little Ocmulgee River. This area is excellent for viewing waterfowl, wading birds, alligators, turtles and numerous other species of wildlife
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2 miles north of McRae via U.S. Hwys. 319 and 441.
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