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Fort Cooper State Park

[Canoeing] [Swimming] [Primitive Camping] [Fishing] [Picnic]

Inverness

Fort Cooper and sparkling, spring-fed Lake Holathikaha were a welcome sight to soldiers during the Second Seminole Indian War, and they continue to welcome park visitors today.

The swamp and marsh areas around the lake, the hardwood hammock, and the sand hill communities provide opportunities to observe the extensive wildlife on the park's 10 miles of self-guided trails. Recreational activities include swimming, picnicking, fishing and nature study. Canoes, paddleboats and pavilions can be rented in the park and primitive campsites are available.

Fort Cooper State Park is located on S.R. 39, two miles southeast of Inverness.


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