Turner Bridge, Roline, Cypress Creek South, Levings, & Hopewell

Turner Bridge, Roline, Cypress Creek South
Turner Bridge, Roline, Cypress Creek South Map

Allowable Activities

BicyclingFishingHikingRidingHuntingWildlife Viewing

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Recreation

On these primitive tracts, visitor may enjoy fishing as well as biking, hiking, horseback riding, and wildlife viewing on administrative roads. Hunting is allowed on the Turner Bridge and Roline tracts, which are part of the Cypress Creek Wildlife Management Area. Both tracts have a boat ramp; Turner Bridge also features picnic pavilions.

For more information on hunting, contact the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission at:

Access

Turner Bridge tract from White Springs:

Travel north on CR 135, cross CR 6, continue north on 180th Boulevard (Woodpecker Road) 2 miles, turn right on NE 38th Trail to the parking area at the boat ramp.

Roline tract from White Springs:

Travel north on CR 135, cross CR 6. Continue north on 180th Boulevard 5 miles, turn right on NE 25th Way to the parking area at the boat ramp.

Cypress Creek South tract from White Springs:

Travel north on CR 135 to SR 6, turn right; travel east to the bridge. At the foot of the bridge, turn left onto road shoulder and follow the road to the river.

Levings tract from White Springs:

Travel north on CR 135, turn right on CR 6. Cross the Suwannee River; the Levings tract parking lot is .5 miles on the left.

Hopewell tract:

Access is by river only.

Size

  • Turner Bridge – 207 acres
  • Roline – 921 acres
  • Cypress Creek South – 21 acres
  • Levings – 193 acres
  • Hopewell – 550 acres
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