Devil's Millhopper Geological

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  • 4732 NW 53rd Ave

    Gainesville, FL 32653

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  • 352-955-2008

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This is definitely a cool place to visit. It is very tropical, unique, and serene in the sinkhole. Once you've seen it, you've seen it (personally, I wouldn't go back again and again), but it's a great place to check out on a lazy afternoon. They have a nice short trail to walk around the top of the sinkhole, too.

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This is definitely a cool place to visit. It is very tropical, unique, and serene in the sinkhole. Once you've seen it, you've seen it (personally, I wouldn't go back again and again), but it's a great place to check out on a lazy afternoon. They have a nice short trail to walk around the top of the sinkhole, too.

Pros: Unique scenery, good walking trails

Cons: No access for disabled visitors

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Don't be put off by the name--there is nothing evil about the Devil's Millhopper. Instead, it is a truly unique Florida State Park that consists of a massive sink hole. You can take stairs down into the sink hole. Depending on the weather, you may see waterfalls cascading down the sink's walls. This is the real Florida at its best, a great place to take children. The sink also makes a fantastic destination to show visitors that the real Florida isn't palm trees and beaches--it's live oak and pine forests, sinkholes, and the like.

The Devil's Millhopper is a must see, for residents and visitors alike.

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★★★★★

Don't be put off by the name--there is nothing evil about the Devil's Millhopper. Instead, it is a truly unique Florida State Park that consists of a massive sink hole. You can take stairs down into the sink hole. Depending on the weather, you may see waterfalls cascading down the sink's walls. This is the real Florida at its best, a great place to take children. The sink also makes a fantastic destination to show visitors that the real Florida isn't palm trees and beaches--it's live oak and pine forests, sinkholes, and the like.

The Devil's Millhopper is a must see, for residents and visitors alike.

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