Britton Hill - Florida Highpoint is a 0.2 mile out and back trail located near Defuniak Springs, Florida and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for walking and scenic driving and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
At 345 feet above sea level this is the lowest state highpoint in elevation. The state has done a nice job erecting a maintained highpoint pull-off for highpointers in the small town of Lakewood in Florida's western panhandle.
We had been to Ft. Walton Beach so we decided to stop here on the way home. Many signs on roads in the area point you to here. Reaching this high point is a matter of parking your car and walking 20 yds or so to the monument. However, word is to reach the actual Florida high point, you have to go on the trail in the woods to the SW of the picnic shelter.
Worth doing because it is a state high point even though their are buildings in Miami taller than this peak lol. But certainly nothing special. You drive right up to the highest peak, and then their are just a few short trails around the park that you could do to atleast say you hiked the highest peak. As expected, it is our least favorite high point hike yet. But I will say that Florida has done better then some other states and has a nice sign and monument talking about the peak.
This high point is basically overlooking a field. You cannot tell your even on the highest point but would make a nice stop for a meal or something like that.
Worth doing because it is a state high point. Not strenuous or long, you actually drive up to the parking lot, the high point is right there and they have a little 1.5 mi. nature walk around it.