Camping Areas Photos

Camping areas in the Wildlife Management Areas can be a mystery if you don't quite know what you're looking for. Some hunting camping areas are not identified and are just clearings in the forest. To help you get an idea of what to look for, here are photos of several sites.


CLIFF LAKE CAMPSITE

The camp site area at Cliff Lake is located off Forest Road 13 in Liberty County, Florida. This camp site is located in the Apalachicola National Forest, Wildlife Management Area. This is a primitive campsite; however, during hunting season portable toilet facilities are provided. There is a helicopter pad located behind the small bar-pit lake.


GULLY BRANCH CAMPSITE

Gully Branch is off of Highway 67 in Wakulla County. There is a boat ramp with access to the New River and day-use picnic area. There are primative campsites located along East River Road.



MAGNOLIA LANDING CAMPSITE

The Magnolia Landing campsite is located off Forest Road 182 in Liberty County, Florida. This campsite is located in the Apalachicola National Forest, Wildlife Management Area. This is a primitive campsite. However, during hunting season portable toilet facilities are provided. A small creek runs behind the campsite which is located in the "Mud Swamp" Wilderness Area.


PINE CREEK CAMPSITE

Pine Creek hunt camp is located off Highway 375, Wakulla County. It is a primative campsite with a boat ramp to the Ochlockonee River.


PORTER LAKE CAMPSITE

The Porter Lake campsite is located off Forest Road 13 in Liberty County, Florida. It is in the Alapachicola National Forest, Wildlife Management Area. The campsite is on Porter Lake, which runs into the Ochlockonee River. There is a permanent toilet facility and running water. This is a favorite place for "Men Not Working" to be!



TWIN POLES CAMPSITE

The Twin Poles campsite is located off Forest Road 13 in Liberty County, Florida, near Forest Road 120. It is in the Alapachicola National Forest, Wildlife Management Area. It is a primitive campsite with no water or facilities, located on a cleared out portion of the forest. During hunting season, a portable toilet is provided.


WHITEHEAD LAKE CAMPSITE

Whitehead Lake campsite is located off Forest Road 13 in Liberty County, Florida, about 3 miles from Porter Lake. It is in the Alapachicola National Forest, Wildlife Management Area.


WOMACK CREEK CAMPSITE

Womack Creek camping is allowed only in designated campsites indicated on the huntmap. Camping permits must be obtained from the Division of Forestry (850-697-3734) prior to camping. There is a permanent toilet facility and running water in the RV camping area. There are, also, primative campsite areas as well as boatramps with access to the Ochlockonee River.


WOOD LAKE CAMPSITE

Wood Lake campsite is off Forest Road 338, Wakulla County. It is part of the Apalachicola National Forest.


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