ⓘ Woodville Karst Plain

                                     

ⓘ Woodville Karst Plain

The Woodville Karst Plain is a 450-square-mile karst area that runs from Tallahassee, Florida, U.S. to the Gulf of Mexico separated by the Cody Scarp.

This karst plain includes numerous first magnitude springs, including Wakulla-Leon sinks cave system, the longest surveyed underwater cave in the United States, extending 32 km 51 km and ranking #57 among the 100 longest caves in the world. On the WKP is home to five of the 27 reported species of troglobites in the Florida and South Georgia, including in Woodville karst cave crayfish and swimming in the cave isopod Florida. Also of interest are the Leon sinks.