Cherokee National Forest
Cherokee National Forest/Ocoee Whitewater Center
The Cherokee National Forest has the first Forest Service Scenic Byway in the nation. The route includes 19 miles of US 64 and seven miles of Forest Service Road 77 in Polk County. Along this drive are panoramic overlooks, Parksville Lake and the whitewater activities of the Ocoee River.
The Cherokee national forest welcomes hunters and anglers, campers, bikers and hikers, whitewater enthusiasts and everyone who has an appreciation of nature.
Amenities: Camping, picnic tables, hiking trails, boating, swimming, hunting, bicycle paths, canoeing
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