CREW Cypress Dome Trails

The Cypress Dome Trails contains 6.5 miles of trails through scrubby flatwoods, mixed oak and pine forest, between two cypress domes, and into seasonally wet popash sloughs. CREW is well known for its wildflowers which can be found in spring and even throughout the year.

At the Cypress Dome Trails, you can hike, bicycle, geocache, walk your dog on a leash, hunt by quota permit from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC), or horseback ride with a special use license from the SFWMD. Primitive camping is also available with a Special Use License (SUL).

The Cypress Dome Trails connect to Conservation Collier's Caracara Prairie Preserve adjacent to CREW. These trails offer three additional miles of hiking through a working cattle ranch.

Directions to the CREW Cypress Dome Trails:
Travel I-75 to exit 123 (Corkscrew Road). Go 14 miles east on Corkscrew Road The Cypress Dome Trails will be on your right just past a big curve to the north. Look for the brown trailhead signs.

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