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47 Bridge

Size

  • 392 acres

 

Location and Access

The 47 Bridge tract is located in northeastern Gilchrist County. The Santa Fe River is the northern boundary and SR 47 is the western boundary.

Access from Ft. White:

Travel south on SR 47, cross the Santa Fe River and turn left into Santa Fe River County Park.

 

Description

Floodplain forest lines the banks of the Santa Fe River at the 47 Bridge tract. Other communities are sandhill, mesic flat woods, and bottom land forest. Portions of the tract have been clear cut to restore the sandhill community.

 

Wildlife species include Sherman's fox squirrel, little blue heron, gopher tortoise, deer, turkey, and grey squirrel.

 

Recreational Activities

The 47 Bridge tract is a primitive recreation site.

 

Allowable uses are wildlife viewing, bicycling, hiking, and horseback riding on administrative roads.

 

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Map

47 Bridge Map

 

Fishing  Hiking  Riding  Wildlife Viewing  Biking

 

 

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