Overview Withlacoochee State Forest is a 10.5 mile multiple route trail located near Brooksville, Florida. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for hiking. Reviews Photos Tracks Kelly Nutter (150) 11 months ago N/A: 3 Completed 1 Reviews I’ve had the opportunity to run the A Loop of this trail on three separate occasions and it was a pleasure each time. Even during the rainy season – which can prevent you from traversing many of the trails in Florida – this trail was dry and utterly beautiful. There was a recent burn in the area; based on the growth of the vegetation, my guess is somewhere between three and four years ago. Because of the burn, much of the scrub is cleared, providing a striking view of the many different trees along this trail. Worry not, however, the wildlife is still there – including hundreds of butterflies you will inevitably spot on your trip. My favorite thing about this trail, though, is that it is so secluded. Many websites will tell you that the A Loop is only 8 miles, but you must first make a mile hike in to hit the loop. That means that, round trip from the Holder Mine trailhead, this trail is 10.5 miles. There are a few primitive campsites along the trail, but none are maintained very well. And a note on maintenance: because of that recent burn, some of the blazes aren’t very evident, so be exceptionally careful. All in all, however, this is a great trail for those looking for a challenge with moderate elevation and plenty of privacy. Josh Laing (139) almost 3 years ago N/A: 3 Completed 2 Reviews The trails are all nice. the reason my friends and I go are because there are a couple of small cave in the area. they nothing special just a cool place to relax on a hiking trip.