Loblolly Woods Nature Park

Loblolly Woods Nature Park

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Protecting 159 acres of lushly forested bottomland along the confluence of Possum Creek and Hogtown Creek, Loblolly Woods Nature Park is one of ten parks that make up the City of Gainesville’s Hogtown Creek Greenway Parks. Spring wildflowers carpet the forest floor and the namesake loblolly pines are some of the largest in the region. Bisected by a broad bicycle-friendly path, it’s a place where narrow side trails lead to pretty bluffs above the creeks and sinkholes.


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