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Lukens, Atsena Otie
Atsena Otie

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Recreation

These tracts are managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service as part of the Cedar Keys National Wildlife Refuge. Visitors may enjoy fishing, hiking and wildlife viewing, as well as historic sites. For more information, contact the Cedar Keys National Wildlife Refuge at:
Access

Lukens tract from Cedar Key:
Travel north 3.5 miles from Cedar Key on SR 26, turn right on SW 153rd Court, travel north .25 mile and entrance gate to the east side is on the right. Public access to the Lukens tract east side is by special use authorization (SUA). An SUA is available by calling (386.362.1001) or emailing () the District. Lukens access on the west side of SR 26 is on the left beyond SW 153rd Court.

Atsena Otie Key tract:
Access is by boat only.

Size
  • Lukens – 640 acres
  • Atsena Otie Key – 60 acres

IMPORTANT NOTICES:
September 15, 2017 - The following District lands have reopened:  Devil's Hammock, Steinhatchee Falls, Sunnyvale, Log Landing, Shingle Landing, Nature Coast, Mt. Gilead, Cabbage Grove, Scanlon, Cabbage Creek, Holton Creek, Mallory Swamp, Goose Pasture Campground, Little River, Jones Mill Creek and Gar Pond.  All other District remain closed to public access until damage and safety assessments can be completed due to Hurricane Irma.

August 17, 2017 - The boardwalk at Pot Springs on the Withlacoochee tract in Hamilton County is closed for renovations.