Oddly enough, I have very little to say about this park. It's huge and has tons to do: camping, hiking, fishing, kayaking. It would take a week to explore this park well, and unfortunately, I didn't have that much time. I did learn how to tell the difference between a seedling Sabel Palm and a Palmetto, which is pretty cool, and they have a nice example of a suspension bridge (weak compared to those in Latin America though) and an observation tower that will take you above the treetops. I will have to give this park a serious look sometime in the near future. They even have cabin rentals which always touches a soft spot in my heart.