White Springs, Little Shoals, Gar Pond

White Springs, Little Shoals, Gar Pond
White Springs, Little Shoals, Gar Pond Map

Allowable Activities

BicyclingFishingHikingWildlife Viewing

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Recreation

On these tracts, visitors may enjoy biking, hiking, and wildlife viewing on administrative roads and designated trails. Fishing is also allowed at the Little Shoals and Gar Pond tracts.

Access

White Springs tract from White Springs:

Travel south on US 41, turn right on Adams Memorial Circle, go past Riverside Cemetery. The pavement ends and the street becomes dirt; the tract entrance is on the right. The second entrance is at the US 41 boat ramp.

Little Shoals tract from White Springs:

Travel south on US 41, cross the Suwannee River and turn left on NW Egypt Terrace; the entrance sign is on the left.

Gar Pond tract from White Springs:

Access to the Gar Pond tract is across US 41 from the Little Shoals entrance; turn right into the driveway and keep right on the road.

Size

  • White Springs – 277 acres
  • Little Shoals – 400 acres
  • Gar Pond – 877 acres
  1. Mallory Swamp ATV Trail

    The Mallory Swamp ATV Trails closes on September 13, 2020 for hunting season and will reopen on May 1, 2021. Read On...
  2. Natural Well Branch Tract Access Road Closure

    The Suwannee River Water Management District and Four Rivers Land and Timber Company has closed the Meatball Express Road in northwestern Taylor County for land management activities. Read On...
  3. District Tract Access Temporarily Limited to Public Due to COVID-19

    Individual and small group day use of District lands will continue. However, groups larger than 10 people are prohibited on all District lands as of March 18, 2020. Goose Pasture individual camp and group camp sites are closed as of March 23, 2020. Read On...