I'm seriously considering moving over to the panhandle of Florida in the next couple of years, and there's a little town called Sopchoppy right in the Apalachicola National Forest. It has a population under 1000 and is only about a half hour from Tallahassee, but as mentioned, is right in the forest. However, it is kind of close to the coast, and I'm not sure if it is far enough inland to have the CPs.
I'm hoping that someone from the NASC might see this and could help, as well as anyone who is a member who has experience in that area. I use resources like this, but they generally only go down to county level. I want to get acreage, but I have a mind for conservation and burning the land to maintain the pine savanna of the region. Granted, this is still a few years off, but I like to plan things out ahead of time to have my ducks in a row.
ANY input in this would be greatly appreciated!