Leon Sinks Geological Area is a 2.7 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Tallahassee, Florida that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, trail running, and birding and is best used from November until April. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Really neat trail to run on!
Great and beautiful run. Some hills, which are great, considering we live in Wakulla County!
Well maintained trail, easy to walk and friendly for all visitors. The geographical sites were interesting and documented well, very cool trail.
Way better than I expected, the Sinks were incredible and going in November was the perfect weather for it. Definitely recommend!!!
It's a very nice trial, but very hot in the summer. Bringing adequate water is a must. I would definitely have enjoyed this trail better in the winter.
Simple short clean
Awesome little hike. Really well marked and maintained. It was a little tricky to find but that's NOT the parks fault. 2 of the sink holes are just plain cool. Especially Big Dismal.
Pretty hike. Interesting place but all fairly anticlimactic.
This is the perfect time of year to go. Very few bugs and the sinks are a gorgeous blue. Between sinks though there wasn't much to see.
We hiked both trails for a total of about 5.5 miles. Easy hike. The wet sinks were gorgeous. The rest weren't anything to write home about. Did enjoy the signs along the trails with tidbits of info and trails were very well marked!
Do not follow these directions to the site! Go to the main sinks parking lot. Tons of ticks and mosquitoes at least in summer. Maybe a better trail for winter. The location mentioned here is actually dangerous and do not go alone.
The directions did not lead me to the location so not a good start updates later
Very good for a beginning trail. Sink holes are really fun to look at and the North Florida wilderness is beautiful to look at.