Abandoned Vehicle in the Herky Huffman / Bull Creek Wildlife Management Area
View an abandoned and almost completely vehicle in the Herky Huffman / Bull Creek Wildlife Management Area with these amazing spherical 360-degree panoramic images captured just after sunrise. Biking along the Florida trail, if you look closely you can find this old abandoned pickup truck rusting away in the Florida wilderness. Do you like urban exploring? Here is a map with tons of GPS locations for you to get out and explore.
This find reminded me of the Pat Harvey Ford Collection in Crawfordville, Florida and the abandoned van found in the Tosohatchee Wildlife Management Area along the Taylor Creek Loop.
About the Wildlife Management Area
The Herky Huffman Bull Creek Wildlife Management Area is located in St. Cloud, Florida. This Wildlife Management Area offers many activities such as hunting, fishing, camping, hiking and wildlife viewing. The landscape is full of scenic creeks, pine flatwoods and floodplain swamps great for exploring and photographing. At the time of writing this, there were no access fees for those who wanted to explore this park. There is even an old cemetery within the WMA grounds, the Crab Grass Creek Cemetery, Lanier Cemetery, Deer Park Cemetery or Sumner’s Place Cemetery as its often referred to. You can view another abandoned vehicle we found in the area and photographed in 360-degreee images. You might also find the Pat Harvey Ford Collection in Crawfordville, Florida interesting. It is a collection of old Fords on the side of the road. You can also check out our top abandoned places in Florida page.
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