Myron B Hodge City Park
This quaint and scenic park is located smack dab on the beautiful Sopchoppy river, which is home to some of Wakulla County's best freshwater fishing and ultimately leads to the Gulf of Mexico for those also looking saltwater angling. Myron B. Hodge City Park is 35 acres with 26 RV and primitive camp sites and bathroom and shower facilities. Visitors also have access to the boat launch for boats, kayaks, canoes or paddleboards, as well as a fishing pier, large playground, basketball courts and softball/baseball field. Located in the middle of the campground is a large picnic area, and adjacent to that is nature trails that take you on tours of some of Sopchoppy's oldest and most historic buildings, including the Sopchoppy Gym, which is constructed of native limerock and has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places.