Community & State Parks
I am staring out toward the small lake behind my home watching the rain drops bounce across the water. I love to watch nature in all of its forms, however, as a photographer, anxious to spend some time capturing the beauty of this area, I have a twinge of disappointment. Then my mind drifts to one thing I have learned as a photographer---do not fight or resist what nature gives you---go with it.
Life is experienced through the body and our bodies seem to be happiest when they are outside and engaged! For us, kayaking in the Hammock is so much fun we're almost reluctant to call it exercise, it's just a part of getting outdoors and feeling alive!
If you are staying in the Hammock, working in the Hammock, or just passing through the Hammock, we want you to stop by Washington Oaks for a workout one day! You won't have to fight the crowds or even pass a lot of people. You will mostly be passing flowers, trees, birds, gopher tortoises, the occasional deer, and every once and a while a human.