Ellaville, Black, Anderson Springs, Mill Creek North/South

Ellaville, Black, Anderson, Mill Creek
Ellaville, Black, Anderson, Mill Creek Map

Allowable Activities

BikingFishingHikingRidingHuntingWildlife Viewing

Note: Hunting is allowed in permitted areas only.

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Recreation

On these tracts, which are are part of Twin Rivers State Forest, visitors may enjoy biking, hiking, horseback riding, and wildlife viewing on administrative roads, in addition to fishing and hunting. For more information, call or visit:

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

The Florida National Scenic Trail traverses the Ellaville, Black, and Mill Creek tracts before exiting the Suwannee region and heading west.

Access

Ellaville tract from Madison:

Travel east on US 90; the entrance is on the right before crossing the river.

Black tract from Madison:

Travel east on US 90 to SE River Road , turn right; travel south 4 miles and the entrance is on the left. Continue south 2 miles on SE River Road and Mill Creek North is on the left.

Mill Creek South from Madison:

Continue south on SE River Road approximately 3 miles; the tract is on the left.

Anderson Springs from Live Oak:

Travel west on US 90 to River Road, turn left; travel south 2 miles crossing over I-10; the entrance is at the foot of the overpass on the right.

Size

  • Ellaville – 4,285 acres
  • Black – 674 acres
  • Anderson Springs – 1,314 acres
  • Mill Creek North – 654 acres
  • Mill Creek South – 1,400 acres
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