Tyree, Osteen

Tyree, Osteen
Tyree, Osteen Map

Allowable Activities

BicyclingHikingRidingWildlife Viewing

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Recreation

On these primitive sites, visitors may enjoy biking, hiking, horseback riding, and wildlife viewing on administrative roads.

The Florida National Scenic Trail enters the O'Steen tract on the west side of CR 751 where it follows the Alapaha River and then exits the property.

Access

Tyree tract from Jasper:

Travel north on US 41 to SR 6, turn left; travel 2 miles west on SR 6 to CR 751, turn left; travel 2 miles south to SW 57th Street, turn left; travel east .5 miles, turn left on SW 65th Lane; travel approximately .25 miles and the entrance is on the right.

Alapaha Bluffs tract from Jasper:

Travel southwest on C249 11.5 miles on the Alapaha Bluff parking area is on the right.

Osteen tract from Jasper:

Continue south on CR 751 to the Alapaha River; the entrance to the Osteen tract is on the right approximately 600 feet before crossing the Alapaha River.

Size

  • Tyree – 213 acres
  • Alapaha Bluffs – 265 acres
  • Osteen – 203 acres
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