The Suwannee River Water Management District has acquired 160,000 acres of land in 13 counties for flood control, water quality protection, and natural resource conservation.
The District's lands are managed to ensure a balance between public access, general public recreational purposes, and restoration and protection of the natural state and condition. They are made available for public use and enjoyment every day of the year.
Whether you want to hunt or fish, hike or bike, ride a horse, or hitch a buggy, you will find an area that is right for you. Some offer parking areas and marked trails, others are so remote they can be reached only by canoe or small boat.