"To help improve the forest for the increased benefit and enjoyment of the public."
Hiking, biking, birding, our Tracked Chair Program, and paddling down Black Water Creek are just a few things you can do in Seminole State Forest.
There are wonderful plants, flowers, and wildlife throughout the forest, including many rare and threatened species.
Picnic tables are available for a family day out or you can spend the night at one of the eight primitive campsites.
Friends of Seminole State Forest has built a bridge on the north side of Bear Pond. If you have ever hiked around the pond, you know there is a low-lying wetlands area on the trail. Some people choose to go around and the adventurous go through it and get muddy. That option is still available…
Our mission is to help improve the forest for the increased benefit and enjoyment of the public. And we continue to do so!