1. Seacrest Wolf Preserve, Chipley. The big-hearted folks at Seacrest Wolf Preserve in Chipley started this non-profit to raise public awareness of the perils these magnificent creatures face by being removed from federal protection. (3449 Bonnett Pond Rd, Chipley, FL 32428)
Falling Waters State Park in the Florida Panhandle three miles south of Chipley features a Natural 67' waterfall! Also enjoy fishing or swimming in the small lake, and short hikes on the trails with a tour of the unique geology.
Falling Waters State Park (Chipley) - Florida's most impressive natural waterfall rushes over 70 feet down a massive sinkhole. The flow of the waterfall depends heavily on the amount of recent rainfall, so visitors should call ahead if they would be disappointed by a dry day.
"Seacrest Wolf Preserve" in Chipley, Florida: photo of owners Cynthia & Wayne (most giving people, honor to meet them): created a wolf preservation with DONATIONS & teach wolves r GOOD like dogs. Teachers Lou & Bertha & I took students on field trips: held wolves, HOWLED with wolves! Please support them: for a fee, visitors mingle with a pack & help keep them from being extinct. U'll love it! Go Facebook seacrestwolfpreserve.org - caption by Mari Parrilla
Falling Waters State Park in the Florida Panhandle three miles south of Chipley features a Natural 67' waterfall! Tip: For a full day trip, you can combine a visit to Falling Waters with a tour of Florida Caverns State Park in Marianna, which is about a half hour away. (Two thumbs up! LH)