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Wahlin Trail is a short loop trail offerings sights of a spring.

Accessed from the south entrance, Wahlin Trail is a very short loop trail that offers sights of a groundwater spring that seeps from a "coquina" rock bluff. The trail begins on the far side of the parking lot amid the picnic grove. While in the area, be sure to visit Florida's seventh-largest live oak named the Fairchild Live Oak. This stately tree has a girth of 24 feet and a canopy of 156 feet. Having withstood developers, hurricanes, ship builders and plantation owners, the ancient tree flaunts 800 years of growth.

Primitive camping is located along the shores of Bulow Creek. Permits are available at Tomoka State Park.

Directions: From Ormond Beach, FL, Travel approximately 5 miles north along Old Dixie Highway to reach the southern entrance. Trail begins from the east end of the main parking lot.

Elevation: 5 - 10 feet

Elevation Gain: Minimal

Distance: 0.5 miles

Difficulty: Easy

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