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Northeast Region
Sandlin Bay Falling Creek Falls Turner Bridge, Roline, Cypress Creek South, Levings, Hopewell Hunter Creek, Belmont, Bay Creek Little Creek, McAlpin Landing Big Shoals, Falling Creek Big Pine, Stephen Foster Blue Sink, Rocky Creek, Swift Creek Woods Ferry, Jerry Branch White Springs, Little Shoals, Gar Pond Mattair Springs, Camp Branch Fox Trail, Allardt Sugar Creek, Suwannee Springs, Linville Holton Creek, Trillium Slopes Falmouth Spring Ellaville, Black, Anderson Springs, Mill Creek North, Mill Creek South Christian Allen Mill Pond Peacock Slough Owens Spring, Walker, Adams, Little River Ruth Springs, Branford Bend Alapahoochee Avoca, Jennings Bluff Tyree, Osteen Withlacoochee Hills, Sullivan, Deese Westwood West, Westwood East, Chitty Bend West, Chitty Bend East, Withlacoochee, Nekoosa Northwest Region Southwest Region Southeast Region Westwood West, Westwood East, Chitty Bend West, Chitty Bend East, Withlacoochee, Nekoosa

Northeast Region Map

The Upper and Middle Suwannee, Alapaha, and Withlacoochee Rivers flow sluggishly toward the Gulf of Mexico by cypress trees and towering pines that line the steep river banks and high bluffs.

District lands in this region offer opportunities to bicycle, fish, hike, horseback ride, and bird watch. The Upper Suwannee and Withlacoochee Rivers provide a wilderness-like canoe experience. A favorite pastime in the summer is to spring hop; the Suwannee has over 70 named springs with many found in the Middle Suwannee.

 

District lands are numbered and circled in white on the map below. Select one of these numbers or their corresponding links in the table below for a description and map of each tract. 

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  Tract Name ATV Icon Biking Icon Fishing Icon Hiking Icon Horseback Riding Icon Hunting Icon Picnicking Icon Swimming Icon Wildlife Viewing Icon
1 Sandlin Bay   X   X X X     X
2 Falling Creek Falls       X     X   X
3 Turner Bridge, Roline, Cypress Creek South, Levings, Hopewell   X X X X X     X
4 Hunter Creek, Belmont, Bay Creek   X   X X       X
5 Little Creek, McAlpin Landing   X   X X       X
6 Big Shoals, Falling Creek, Bell Springs   X X X X X     X
7 White Springs, Little Shoals, Gar Pond   X X X X       X
8 Big Pine, Stephen Foster   X   X         X
9 Blue Sink, Rocky Creek, Swift Creek   X X X X       X
10 Woods Ferry, Jerry Branch   X X X X       X
11 Mattair Springs, Camp Branch   X   X X       X
12 Sugar Creek, Suwannee Springs, Linville   X X X X     X X
13 Fox Trail, Allardt   X   X X       X
14 Holton Creek, Trillium Slopes   X   X X X     X
15 Falmouth Spring   X   X X     X X
16 Ellaville, Black, Anderson Springs, Mill Creek North/South   X X X X X     X
17 Christian   X X X X       X
18 Allen Mill Pond   X X X X       X
19 Peacock Slough   X   X X       X
20 Owens Spring, Walker, Adams, Little River   X X X X X     X
21 Ruth Springs, Branford Bend   X X X X       X
22 Alapahoochee   X X X X       X
23 Avoca, Jennings Bluff   X X X X       X
24 Tyree, Osteen   X   X X       X
25 Withlacoochee Hills, Sullivan, Deese   X X X X       X
26 Westwood West, Westwood East, Chitty Bend West, Chitty Bend East, Pot Springs, Nekoosa   X X X X X     X

 


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IMPORTANT NOTICES:

December 18, 2014 - The District will be burning at Woods Ferry tract today near Live Oak in Suwannee County. For the safety of recreatioal users access may be restricted. Contact Scott Gregor, Natural Resource Specialist at 386.362.8310 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 12/8 -1/31. For the safety of recreational users, public access is restricted. Contact Scott Gregor, Natural Resource Specialist, at 386.362.8310 for additional information.