Guaranto, Log Landing, Suwannee Street
On these primitive tracts, visitors may enjoy biking, hiking, horseback riding, and wildlife viewing on administrative roads, in addition to fishing and hunting.
These tracts are part of the Log Landing Wildlife Management Area. For more information on hunting, contact the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission at:
Guaranto tract from Old Town:
Travel north on CR 349 12.5 miles to CR 353 turn right and travel 1.75 miles to the third 90 degree turn and the tract and parking area are on the right.
Log Landing tract from Old Town:
Travel north on CR 49, turn right on NE 709th Avenue (Log Landing Road); travel approximately 3 miles and the road terminates at the entrance into the tract. The Suwannee Street tract has two entrances: one in the north at the Log Landing Boat Ramp and one in the south at the Wannee Landing Boat Ramp.
Suwannee Street tract (Wannee Ramp Access) from Bell:
Travel south on US 129, turn right on CR 232; travel west 4 miles, turn right on SW 70th Avenue; travel 2 miles north to SW 10th Street, turn left; travel 1 mile, turn right at the "T" in the road and follow the road a short distance to a county park; the tract is on the north side of the park.
Suwannee Street tract north access from Bell:
Travel south on US 129, turn right on CR 232; travel west 4 miles, turn right on SW 70th Avenue; continue 1.75 miles, turn left on NW 7th Place; travel east to NW 73rd Way; NW 73rd Way turns right and becomes NW 6th Street; the tract is on the south side of the county park.
- Guaranto – 317 acres
- Log Landing – 1,147 acres
- Suwannee Street – 624 acres
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