30°27'13.33"N 86° 5'7.74"W
My guess would be a tree farm. They've just taken the trees in circles.
A really interesting RV park?
From street view, there is a locked farm gate across the entrance.
It's not far from Elgin AFB and NAS Pensacola. It's probably a secret UFO landing site.
Black Creek of NW Florida
3411 County Highway 3280
Freeport, FL 32439-5410
Soil and nursery products?
looks like a tree circle from aliens!!
Based on the scale, I'm going with the RV park idea. The land between the trees has been cleared, leaving the original tress and plants.
Googling "Black Creek of NW Florida" brought up a number of sites which mentioned an RV resort, specifically this one: http://www.bcrv.net/
If you look at the three inset photos, the one on the right appears to show the location in question, with the caption "Breaking ground on 1st. Pod". The image itself can be seen here: http://www.bcrv.net/images/Aerials/weBCRVtoGulf.gif
The photo appears to be a view looking to the southwest.
I don't know if they are actually open, following the "resort" link on the top menu, it says "Our targeted opening date is late 2007".
rv site was my best guess. cold not find anything to verify. thanks for your input
Looks like a nice RV park development that never happened. Interesting the website is still being hosted.
I'll have to agree with other posters, it looks like either:
1) An older RV park no longer in use
2) An RV park that was never finished.
They were planning about 5 of those circular rv sites and other developements. I think it was an investment scam.
avandyke may have hit the nail on the head. It's near an area called Fluffy Landing, near Freeport. The trees are probably there to break the fall of UFOs as they land (LOL).
Just saw this. I like the idea of "Fluffy Landing" for UFOs (grin), but it looks like it is a former trailer park after all. This makes more sense to me anyway, as opposed to a tree farm or a park, because of the roads. Seems like a pretty fancy trailer park arrangement, though.
Perhaps you should get in your car and set your gps to those coordinates and drive there.....lol
I'm heading there for my summer vacation. Hope they have it finished by the time I get there.
Just kidding; I'm going there in the fall, not the summer.
People in Florida love their circles. If it is the remains of an RV park, it might be the poor-man's alternative to the Rotonda development in SW Florida.
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