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SUNNYVALE

Recreation
On the Sunnyvale Tract visitors may enjoy hunting, biking, hiking, horseback riding, and wildlife viewing. The tract is part of the Log Landing Wildlife Management Area.

Hunting is allowed in permitted areas. For more information on hunting, contact the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission at:

386-758-0525
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Website

Access
Sunnyvale tract from Old Town:
Travel south on CR 349, turn left on SE 198th Avenue to the Sunnyvale tract entrance.


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SUWANNEE STREET

Recreation
On the Suwannee Street Tract visitors may enjoy hunting, fishing, biking, hiking, and wildlife viewing. The tract is part of the Log Landing Wildlife Management Area

Hunting is allowed in permitted areas only. For more information on hunting, contact the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission at:

386-758-0525
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Website

Access
Suwannee Street tract (Wannee Ramp Access) from Bell:
Travel south on US 129, turn right on CR 232; travel west 4 miles, turn right on SW 70th Avenue; travel 2 miles north to SW 10th Street, turn left; travel 1 mile, turn right at the “T” in the road and follow the road a short distance to The Wannee Ramp; the tract is on the north side of the boat ramp parking area. Visitors may park in the boat ramp parking area.

Suwannee Street Tract (Log Landing Ramp Access) from Bell:
Travel south on US 129, turn right on CR 232; travel west 4 miles, turn right on SW 70th Avenue; continue 1.75 miles, turn left on NW 7th Place; travel east to NW 73rd Way; NW 73rd Way turns right and becomes NW 6th Street; follow a short distance to the Log Land Ramp; the tract is on the south side of the boat ramp parking area. Visitors may park in the boat ramp parking area. Visitors may access the tract at the District parking area on the left before the Log Landing Ramp.

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SUWANNEE STREET

Recreation
On the Suwannee Street Tract, visitors may enjoy biking, hiking, horseback riding, and wildlife viewing on administrative roads, in addition to fishing and hunting.

The Suwannee Street tract is part of the Log Landing Wildlife Management Area. For more information on hunting, contact the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission at:

386-758-0525
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Website

Note: Hunting is allowed in permitted areas only.

Access
Note: Hunting is allowed in permitted areas only.

Access
Suwannee Street tract (Wannee Ramp Access) from Bell:
Travel south on US 129, turn right on CR 232; travel west 4 miles, turn right on SW 70th Avenue; travel 2 miles north to SW 10th Street, turn left; travel 1 mile, turn right at the “T” in the road and follow the road a short distance to The Wannee Ramp; the tract is on the north side of the boat ramp parking area. Visitors may park in the boat ramp parking area.

Suwannee Street Tract (Log Landing Ramp Access) from Bell:
Travel south on US 129, turn right on CR 232; travel west 4 miles, turn right on SW 70th Avenue; continue 1.75 miles, turn left on NW 7th Place; travel east to NW 73rd Way; NW 73rd Way turns right and becomes NW 6th Street; follow a short distance to the Log Land Ramp; the tract is on the south side of the boat ramp parking area. Visitors may park in the boat ramp parking area. Visitors may access the tract at the District parking area on the left before the Log Landing Ramp.

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SUNNYVALE

Recreation
On the Sunnyvale Tract visitors may enjoy hunting, biking, hiking, horseback riding, and wildlife viewing. The tract is part of the Log Landing Wildlife Management Area.

Hunting is allowed in permitted areas only. For more information on hunting, contact the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission at:

386-758-0525
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Website

Access
Sunnyvale Tract from Old Town:
Travel south on CR 349, turn left on SE 198th Avenue to the Sunnyvale Tract entrance.


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STEINHATCHEE RISE

Recreation

The Steinhatchee Rise Tract is part of the Steinhatchee Springs WMA. Visitors may enjoy biking, hiking, horseback riding, and wildlife viewing, in addition to fishing and hunting. Canoes, kayaks, and small boats may launch at some of the river access points.

For more information on hunting, contact the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission at:

386-758-0525
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Website

Access
Steinhatchee Rise Tract from Perry:
Travel south on US 19, cross the Steinhatchee River Bridge; travel 1.75 miles to SW 700th Street, turn right and the tract is on the right.

Steinhatchee Rise Tract from Cross City:
Travel north on US 19, turn left on SW 700th Street and the tract is on the right.

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STEINHATCHEE RISE

Recreation
On Steinhatchee Rise Tract visitors may enjoy biking, hiking, horseback riding, scenic views, and wildlife viewing, in addition to fishing and hunting.

The Steinhatchee Rise tract is part of the Steinhatchee Springs WMA. For more information on hunting, contact the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission at:

386-758-0525
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Website

Access
Steinhatchee Rise tract from Perry:
Travel south on US 19, cross the Steinhatchee River Bridge; travel 1.75 miles to SW 700th Street, turn right and the tract is on the right.

Steinhatchee Rise tract from Cross City:
Travel north on US 19, turn left on SW 700th Street and the tract is on the right.

Size
Steinhatchee Rise – 3,559 acres

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ROCKY CREEK

Recreation
Rocky Creek Tract visitors may enjoy fishing, as well as biking, hiking, horseback riding, and wildlife viewing on administrative roads.

Access
Rocky Creek Tract from Live Oak:
Travel north on US 129, turn right on CR 136A, go east 6 miles, turn left on 53rd Road, follow 53rd Road to 62nd Street, turn right; the street dead ends at the Rocky Creek Tract.


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LOG LANDING

Note: Hunting is allowed in permitted areas only.

Recreation
On the Log Landing Tract visitors may enjoy biking, hiking, horseback riding, and wildlife viewing on administrative roads, in addition to fishing and hunting.

This tract is part of the Log Landing Wildlife Management Area. For more information on hunting, contact the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission at:

386-758-0525
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Website

Access
Log Landing tract from Old Town:
Travel north on CR 49, turn right on NE 709th Avenue (Log Landing Road); travel approximately 3 miles and the road terminates at the entrance into the tract.


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MANATEE SPRINGS SOUTH

Recreation
On Manatee Springs Tract visitors may enjoy biking, hiking, horseback riding, and wildlife viewing.

Access
Manatee Springs South Tract from Chiefland:
Travel west on CR 320, turn left on NW 107th Terrace; at the 90° right turn the road becomes NW 132nd Place; travel 2.5 miles and the entrance is on the left.

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MANATEE SPRINGS STATE PARK

Recreation
The Manatee Springs State Park Tract is managed by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection as part of Manatee Springs State Park. Visitors may enjoy biking, hiking, horseback riding, and wildlife viewing. Usher Landing is used to launch boats as well as parking, picnicking, and fishing

For more information contact Manatee Springs State Park:

352-493-6072

Manatee Springs State Park

Access
Manatee Springs State Park Tract:
Access is managed by Manatee Springs State Park

Manatee Springs State Park Tract from Chiefland:

Travel west on CR 320, turn left on NW 107th Terrace; at the 90° right turn the road becomes NW 132nd Place; travel 3 miles and the entrance is on the right.