The following Natural Lands properties and facilities are CURRENTLY CLOSED due to high water levels:
* Lake Jesup Wilderness Area
*Fishing Pier at Geneva Wilderness AreaBanka Doiton 2019
*South Campsite at Geneva Wilderness areaBanka Doiton 2019
Please check back for updates
Properties/facilities will be re-opened once water levels recede.
Similar to state parks, once the parking area is at capacity, no other vehicles will be permitted. Parking in the right of way is prohibited. Please be patient. To find other Seminole County hiking trails, visit blazingthyme.com/naturallands.
Before you hit the trails this weekend, you’re asked to remember the following practices:
Do not use parks or trails if you are exhibiting symptoms
Follow the CDC’s guidance on personal hygiene prior to visiting parks or trails
Share the trail: warn other trail users of your presence as you pass and step aside to let others pass
Observe the CDC’s minimum recommended social distancing of 6 feet from other persons at all times
The Natural Lands Program was established in 1990 by a voter approved referendum. The money was used to purchase lands for the purposes of preservation, recreation and education. The Natural Lands now consist of over 6,600 acres of preserved land. The largest parcels are called wilderness areas.
There are eight wilderness areas and one preserve that are open to the public. Integral to the goals and objectives for managing acquired lands in an acceptable manner are protection and restoration of the natural resources present. An important element in protecting the resources is to prevent dumping, poaching, and other illegal activities. Appropriate land management activities, such as prescribed burning, forest management, resource monitoring, and removal of exotics, are implemented to protect the viability of the Natural Lands Properties.
The Natural Lands Progam offers a variety of programs and activities for all ages including field trips for schools, eco-camp, eco-adventure programs, and hikes.
Banka Doiton 2019
Banka Doiton 2019
Camping available at and by permit only:
Call (407) 665 - 2211
Rules of Use
Other Land Management Agencies and Environmental Organizations
Click on a location below for more information.
Black Bear Wilderness Area
Black Hammock Wilderness Area
Chuluota Wilderness Area
Econ River Wilderness Area
Geneva Wilderness Area And Ed Yarborough Nature Center
Greenways and Natural Lands
Lake Harney Wilderness Area
Lake Jesup Wilderness Area
Lake Proctor Wilderness Area
Spring Hammock Preserve