This statue is located towards the end of the entrance to Tomoka State Park!
Tomoka State Park offers several serene hiking trails, including a mile long paved multi-use trail! Get some exercise and peace of mind while enjoying the outdoors! The park has a rich history, here you can learn about the Timucuan Indians that once occupied a vast area including what is now Tomoka State Park. Take a step back in time and learn about the historic plantations that were operating in this area during the late 1700s and early 1800s. Tomoka State Park is a wonderful place to visit!
Bring your friends and family or go by yourself and experience all the park has to offer. Surrounded on all sides by development and just minutes from all modern conveniences, it is far enough removed from the busy world to afford visitors the opportunity to enjoy a starry sky after dark. The 900-acre peninsula, now known as Tomoka State Park, has provided man and animal with food and shelter since its earliest inhabitants thousands of years ago. Although the land has changed over time, it still offers the chance to nourish minds and stimulate senses.