Devil's Millhopper has a giant sinkhole that is very intersting to visit. People can hike all the way down to the bottom of the sinkhole and also hike around at the top of the sinkhole. Many people like to run and exercise here also.
We arrived to park right as it opened and were surprised by the amount of people who had already started walking/jogging on the trails. It was refreshing to see the park being enjoyed by so many, however. The scenery was gorgeous and the descent into...更多
I've lived 2 miles from Devil's Millhopper the majority of my life and it's still one of my favorite places to visit. It's very serene and peaceful. Beware... there are about 200 steps to the bottom, but once you're there, you won't regret your experience....更多
My husband grew up in Florida and never knew about this park. I found it in a tour book. We live in Orlando and decided to start taking day trips around the state and this was a fun-find we combined with a visit to nearby...更多
On your way down the steps there will be a pleasant waterfall, lots of plants, and fresh air. Is a great way to spend the afternoon, weekend, or outdoor leisure time.
Be prepared to walk and the ability to climb steps which can get steep....更多
I like to go and just walk around the perimeter for tranquil walk, with my little dog. An old landmark of Gainesville. It is a large sink hole that has stairs, that people walk and run up and down for exercise.
This sink hole is very deep with a lot of plant and tree growth climbing up its canyon walls. There is a path around this geological site and a very long staircase going down to the floor of the pot hole.
We did not go...更多