Parks and Preservation
Chuluota Wilderness Area
The Chuluota Wilderness Area is a 625 acre natural area located in the southeast corner of Seminole County. It contains a variety of natural systems such as mesic hammock, pond pine flatwoods, hardwood swamp and some rare habitats such as sand pine scrub. These in turn provide food and shelter for an equally diverse population of wildlife which includes white-tailed deer, gopher tortoise, Florida mouse, and the eastern diamondback rattlesnake.
The site's remote location and variety of habitats make it an excellent destination for birdwatching, wildlife study, and nature photography. In order to increase your chances of viewing wildlife, please remember to pack out all trash/waste, keep pets on a leash at all times and enjoy the natural surroundings quietly.
Natural Lands Program
Rules of Use
Land Management Plan
Chuluota Wilderness Area Brochure
Other Local Conservation Lands
Little Big Econ State Forest/Charles Bronson State Forest
Hours of Operation and Contact Information
Open Dawn to Dusk
3895 Curryville Road
Chuluota, FL 32766
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