Lake Overstreet Trail, Tallahassee

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Hiking Trail · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Lake Overstreet is a lake in Leon County, Florida, United States. It is 144acre in size and falls within the property of Alfred B. Maclay Gardens State Park and is just northwest of Lake Hall by 500ft. Access to the lake is only by hiking trails.
The lake and land surrounding it were part of the Lafayette Land Grant. During antebellum years, this lake was within Andalusia Plantation owned by Frenchman Emile Dubois. Later, it was the western border of Live Oak Plantation.
Fish found in Lake Overstreet include largemouth bass, bluegills and bream.
TaltrustPaisley, Clifton; From Cotton To Quail, University of Florida Press, c1968.
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  • Its a scenic overlook on the Lake Overstreet trail. A place for hikers and bikers to stop in Tallahassee.  more »
  • I hiked all of the Lake Overstreet and the connecting Ravine Trail from the trailhead at Maclay Gardens. These trails are excellent! The portions of the Lake Overstreet Trail east of the lake are...  more »

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