The St. Johns River Water Management District
produces one of the finest outdoor information publications available:
Recreation Guide to District Lands.

The primary purpose of the SJRWMD is to protect the St. Johns River and its sources from pollution and to maintain its viability as a major water, economic and recreational resource for the people of Florida. It is responsible for maintenance of ground and surface waters in eighteen northeast Florida counties.

Among its mandates is to provide for public recreation on the district owned lands, compatible with their overall water resource protection goals. Important among these opportunities are: Wildlife Viewing, Hiking, Fishing, Horseback Riding, Bicycling, Camping, Canoeing, Canoe Launch, Boating, Boat Launch, and Seasonal Hunting. You will find information on which opportunities are available on each site in the guide. You will also find a Photo Gallery. Trail Guide. MapQuest or Google Map, Property Map, and a Location Map. You can pick up the booklet at most Chambers of Commerce in the area.

The SJRWMD website does not make it easy to locate these individual area guides. Below you will find direct links to the SJRWMD web pages of each recreational area. The regions are ordered according to their proximity to North Brevard (however, this is a complete district list).

It is hoped that its use, in conjunction with these web sites, will challenge you to spend many happy hours with family and friends enjoying the beautiful Florida outdoors:

Titusville OutdoorsEcotourism in North Brevard
Space Coast PaddlingSpace Coast HikingSpace Coast Birding

South Central Region

Buck Lake Conservation Area — 9,638 acres - Brevard and Volusia counties
Canaveral Marshes Conservation Area — 6,741 acres - Brevard County
Hal Scott Regional Preserve and Park — 9,515 acres - Orange County
Lake Jesup Conservation Area — 5,257 acres - Seminole County
Lake Monroe Conservation Area — 7,390 acres - Volusia County
Little-Big Econ State Forest — 5,787 acres - Seminole County
Pine Island Conservation Area — 850 acres - Brevard County
Salt Lake Wildlife Management Area — 7,805 acres - Brevard County
Seminole Ranch Conservation Area — 29,145 acres - Volusia, Orange, Brevard and Seminole counties
Wekiva River Buffer Conservation Area — 2,570 acres - Seminole County
Wiregrass Prairie Preserve — 1,401 acres - Volusia County

Southern Region

Blue Cypress Conservation Area — 54,458 acres - Indian River County
Bull Creek Wildlife Management Area — 23,470 acres - Osceola County
Fort Drum Marsh Conservation Area — 20,862 acres - Indian River County
Oslo Riverfront Conservation Area — 336 acres - Indian River County
River Lakes Conservation Area — 36,156 acres - Brevard and Osceola counties
St. Sebastian River Preserve State Park — 21,748 acres - Brevard and Indian River counties
Three Forks Marsh Conservation Area — 52,000 acres - Brevard County
Triple N Ranch Wildlife Management Area — 15,391 acres - Osceola County

North Central Region

Clark Bay Conservation Area — 4,793 acres - Volusia County
Crescent Lake Conservation Area — 3,529 acres - Flagler and Volusia counties
Graham Swamp Conservation Area — 3,084 acres - Flagler County
Heart Island Conservation Area — 12,082 acres - Volusia County
Lake George Conservation Area — 11,973 acres - Putnam and Volusia counties
Lake George Forest — 7,858 acres - Volusia County
Pellicer Creek Conservation Area — 3,865 acres - Flagler County
Tiger Bay State Forest — 23,425 acres - Volusia County

Northern Region

Bayard Conservation Area — 10,320 acres - Clay County
Black Creek Ravines Conservation Area — 965 acres - Clay County
Caravelle Ranch Wildlife Management Area — 13,383 acres - Putnam County
Deep Creek Conservation Area — 4,483 acres - St. Johns County
Dunns Creek Conservation Area — 3,182 acres - Putnam County
Faver-Dykes State Park and Matanzas State Forest — 10,620 acres - St. Johns Co.
Jennings State Forest — 23,995 acres - Clay County
John M. Bethea State Forest — 37,736 acres - Baker County
Julington-Durbin Preserve — 2,006 acres - Duval County
Moses Creek Conservation Area — 2,042 acres - St. Johns County
Murphy Creek Conservation Area — 1,842 acres - Putnam County
Pumpkin Hill Creek Preserve State Park — 3,895 acres - Duval County
Ralph E. Simmons Memorial State Forest — 3,638 acres - Nassau County
Rice Creek Conservation Area — 4,202 acres - Putnam County
Stokes Landing Conservation Area — 274 acres - St. Johns County
Twelve Mile Swamp Recreation Area — 378 acres - St. Johns County

Western Region

Emeralda Marsh Conservation Area — 7,089 acres - Lake County
Lake Apopka Restoration Area — 19,825 acres - Lake and Orange counties
Lake Norris Conservation Area — 2,352 acres - Lake County
Lochloosa Wildlife Conservation Area — 10,333 acres - Alachua County
Longleaf Flatwoods Reserve — 1,388 acres - Alachua County
Newnans Lake Conservation Area — 6,504 acres - Alachua County
Ocklawaha Prairie Restoration Area — 6,077 acres - Marion County
Orange Creek Restoration Area — 3,512 acres - Alachua and Marion counties
Sunnyhill Restoration Area — 4,405 acres - Marion County

St. Johns River Water Management District
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