The Angel Oak is thought to be one of the oldest living things east of the
Towering over 65 feet high, the Angel Oak has shaded John's
Acorns from the Angel Oak have grown to produce authentic direct-offspring trees. Live oaks generally grow out and not up, but the Angel Oak has had plenty of time to do both. Its limbs, the size of tree trunks themselves, are so large and heavy that some of them rest on the ground (some even drop underground for a few feet and then come back up), a feature common to only the very oldest live oaks.It has survived countless hurricanes, floods, earthquakes, and human interference, so there's a good chance it will still be there waiting for you. There is no admission charge.