3115 Thornhill Rd.
Nestled on the northeast edge of Lake Hancock, across the lake from Circle B Bar Reserve, lies Marshall Hampton Reserve. The Reserve has an interesting blend of oak hammock areas canopying over mesic flatwoods, hardwood forest wetlands and a 60-acre pond. The site, just more than 1,100 acres, is mostly dominated by live oaks, slash pine, sweet gum and palmettos. Two loop trails provide very different views of the property.
The site is open for horseback riding with a special use permit. To obtain a permit, call (863) 534-7377.