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Orlando Sentinel - Orlando, Fla.
Author: Redding, Terry
Date: Sep 26, 1993
Start Page: H.1
Section: TRAVEL
Abstract (Document Summary)

Ocala National Forest is most-traveled area The trail passes through the Osceola National Forest and turns south into its most-traveled section in the Ocala National Forest. Here again there is a mixture of flood plains, pine forests, pockets of swampland and prairies. As the trail skirts Orlando to the east, the forests begin to give way to plains, although trees are by no means scarce. The trail hugs the St. Johns River and several creeks and lakes as it heads south. (An interesting tidbit: In Seminole County's Big Tree Park, the trail passes "the Senator," a towering tree said to be the world's largest and oldest cypress.)

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