The Geneva Wilderness Area is a 180 acre site that lies to the south of the Geneva community on SR 426 in East Seminole County. The Geneva site contains an array of native Florida plant communities from Mixed Hardwood Swamp and Mesic Flatwoods, Scrubby Flatwoods and a lake system, all supporting an equally diverse collection of wildlife. A hike through these habitats can reward visitors with sighting gopher tortoise, white-tailed deer, wild turkey, grey fox, sandhill cranes, and other wading birds. One primitive campsite is available for reservation.
Geneva Wilderness Trails is a 11.6 mile loop trail located near Geneva, FL. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for hiking, walking, and mountain biking.
Type of Trail: Bicycling/Skating, Horseback Riding, Walking
Area: East County (Oveido-Geneva)
3485 County Road 426, Geneva, Florida, 32732