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Mallory Swamp


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ATV Biking Fishing Hiking Riding Hunting Wildlife Viewing
Note: Hunting is allowed in permitted areas only.
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Recreation

Visitors may enjoy biking, hiking, horseback riding, and wildlife viewing on administrative roads, in addition to ATV riding, fishing, and hunting.

There is a designated ATV trail that is open from late April to late September. See the conditions of use and safety guidelines (PDF). For more information, contact the District office at:
Mallory Swamp is part of the Mallory Swamp Wildlife Management Area. For more information on hunting, contact the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission at:
Access

Mallory Swamp tract from Mayo:
Travel south on SR 51 to CR 360, turn left; travel 11 miles southeast on CR 360; the pavement ends and the road becomes dirt (Crapps Tower Road); continue 4 miles to the entrance into Mallory Swamp.

Mallory Swamp tract from Old Town:
Travel north on CR 349 16.5 miles to McCall's Chapel Grade, turn left; travel west 2 miles on McCall's Chapel Grade to the entrance.

Mallory Swamp tract from Branford:
Travel south on CR 349 10 miles to McCall's Chapel Grade, turn right; travel west 2 miles on McCall's Chapel Grade to the entrance.

Size
  • 30,501 acres

IMPORTANT NOTICES:
September 15, 2017 - The following District lands have reopened:  Devil's Hammock, Steinhatchee Falls, Sunnyvale, Log Landing, Shingle Landing, Nature Coast, Mt. Gilead, Cabbage Grove, Scanlon, Cabbage Creek, Holton Creek, Mallory Swamp, Goose Pasture Campground, Little River, Jones Mill Creek and Gar Pond.  All other District remain closed to public access until damage and safety assessments can be completed due to Hurricane Irma.

August 17, 2017 - The boardwalk at Pot Springs on the Withlacoochee tract in Hamilton County is closed for renovations.