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Lake George Forest and Wildlife Management Area
The 8,062-acre Lake George Forest and Wildlife Management Area is part of a 35,380-acre wildlife management area that provides more than 20 miles of contiguous habitat for many species of Florida’s wildlife along Lake George and the St. Johns River.
Two marked trails lead to several of Florida’s natural communities including pine flatwoods, cypress swamps, and marsh. The blue trail passes Lake George, the second largest lake in Florida and the largest lake along the St. Johns River.
The Lake George area has the second largest population of bald eagles in the lower 48 states.
Hiking, biking, wildlife viewing, group camping, horseback riding, pavilion, fishing, hunting (see rules)