Conservation Land

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15 different natural biological communities on Jennings State Forest, including sandhill, slope forest, flatwoods, seepage slope, dome swamp, blackwater stream and seepage stream.

The forest is home to an abundance of wildlife. Raccoon, otter, alligator and wading birds can be seen along North Fork Black Creek and other tributaries. White-tailed deer, wild turkey, hawks and songbirds can be found in the uplands.

Open during daylight hours for hiking, bicycling, canoeing, horseback riding and wildlife viewing.

1337 Longhorn Rd.
MiddleburgFL 32068-3026
P: (904) 291-5530

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Latitude: 30.0688512
Longitude: -81.8603778


Activities

Boating
Hiking Trails
Horseback Riding

Amenities

BBQ Grills
Campground
Picnic Pavillion
Picnic Tables
Restrooms

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