Located off Route 90, Olustee Beach is part of the Osceola National Forest. It is a small area beach with a campground located nearby.
There is a $3 dollar entrance fee although we saw signs on the restroom doors that the fee is probably going up to $5 this spring.
This beach has a boat launch with a parking area. Restrooms are located near the boat launch and there is a large dock you can fish from. It’s also a great place to launch a Kayak.
The main beach area has a bathhouse with restrooms and showers. The bathhouse was clean. There is a parking area, playground, and picnic tables throughout the beach area.
There is also a short walking trail called the Trampled Track Trail that leads to an old train track showing the history of the area.
The only downside we saw was that some of the BBQ’s were rotted through with large holes. Hopefully, they will be replaced before the summer season.
Date of Visit: March 5th, 2018
Sanderson, FL 32087