Laura S Walker State Park Travel Guide

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    Picnic Area

    by Basaic Updated Oct 23, 2009

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    There are both group and individul picnic sites at the park in case you want to bring your own food and enjoy a meal outdoors.

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    by Basaic Updated Oct 23, 2009

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    There is also a wildlife blind at the end of the Laura Walker Lake Trail where you can relax and watch the wildlife without disturbing them. You may see alligators, carnivorous pitcher plants, the shy gopher tortoise, numerous oak varieties, saw palmettos, yellow shafted flickers, warblers, owls and great blue herons.

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    Visitors Center

    by Basaic Written Oct 23, 2009

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    Your first stop should be the visitors center where you will pay the entrance fee, and you can get brochures and other information to help maximize your enjoyment of the stay. They can also provide useful information about other area attractions and accommodations and restaurants.

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    by Basaic Written Oct 23, 2009

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    The longest trail is called the big trail and is also the nature trail. The trail I liked the best was the Laura Walker Lake Trail which led along the shore of the lake and went from the picnic area to the wildlife blind and back.

    Equipment: Good walking shoes, a hat, sunscreen, plenty of water. Don't forget the insect repellant, there are lots of mosquitoes in the summer.

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    by Basaic Updated Oct 23, 2009

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    Boating and fishing are both very popular at Laura Walker State Park. There is a boat ramp on site. Make sure all fishermen (or ladies) 16 and older have a fishing license.

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