Recreation guide to District lands
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Triple N Ranch Wildlife Management Area
15,391 acres. This property is jointly owned with the state of Florida.
In Osceola County, south of U.S. 192 and east of U.S. 441.
The property provides an upland buffer to the waters of Crabgrass Creek, Jane Green Creek and the Upper St. Johns River Basin. A mosaic of community types includes mesic flatwoods, dry prairie, oak scrub, scrubby flatwoods, cypress domes and mixed broadleaf hardwood swamps. This property was acquired by the District and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) to protect wildlife habitat and water resources.
Wildlife abounds in this area with such species as sandhill crane, bobcat, river otter, deer and turkey.
- Seasonal hunting in the wildlife management area, bicycling, wildlife viewing, horseback riding, hiking, primitive camping at designated sites and nature study. more info
- View hunting information.
Restrictions: more info
- Vehicle access is only available during hunting season.
- The area is open sunrise until sunset.
Take I-95 to exit 180 from Melbourne. Turn west onto U.S. 192. The entrance is 30 miles west of Melbourne and 3.5 miles east of Holopaw on the south side of U.S. 192.
For more information:
FWC staff manage the area: (352) 732-1225. For additional information, call the District’s Bureau of Land Management at (386) 329-4404.