The Mallory Swamp tract is located in southeastern Lafayette County.
Access to the 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 is a combination of basin swamp, mixed shrub swamp, and mesic flat woods. Due to a large wildfire in 2001, much of Mallory Swamp has unique open vistas of natural grassland with scattered pine and cypress trees. The tract is undergoing a hydrologic and natural communities restoration.
Wildlife species include American alligator, white ibis, great egret, wood stork, black bear, wild hog, deer, and turkey.
The Mallory Swamp tract is a primitive recreation site. Allowable uses are wildlife viewing, fishing, hunting, bicycling, hiking, and horseback riding on administrative roads.
There is a designated ATV trail that is open from late April to late September. See the conditions of use and safety guidelines (PDF, 14.6KB). 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:
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Note: Hunting is allowed in permitted areas only.
January 28, 2015 - The District will be conducting a prescribed fire today on the Mattair Springs tract in northern Suwannee County. For the safety of recreational users access may be restricted. Contact Scott Gregor, Natural Resource Specialist at 386.362.8130 for additional information.Prescribed Burn at Mallory Swamp Weather permitting, the District will be conducting prescribed burns in the Mallory Swamp Wildlife Management Area from 2/2 -3/31. For the safety of recreational users, public access is restricted. Contact Scott Gregor, Natural Resource Specialist, at 386.362.8130 for additional information.