Forest Capital Museum State Park, 1 mi. s. on US 19 at 204 Forest Park Dr., depicts the development of the forest industry in north Florida. Exhibits illustrate the history of forestry and highlight turpentine production, regional wildlife and the cutting of virgin forests, cypress swamps and hardwood hammocks. The adjacent North Florida Cracker Homestead, built in the 1860s, interprets the lifestyle of early settlers. A visitor center, playground and pavilions also are on-site.
Guided tours are available. Pet friendly (call for restrictions/fees.). Picnicking is permitted.