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Bull Creek Wildlife Management Area
Crabgrass Rd

Bull Creek Wildlife Management Area directions
Bull Creek WMA comprises more than more than 23,000 acres in eastern Osceola County, near the town of Holopaw. Natural communities include longleaf pinelands, slash pine-palmetto flatwoods, scattered cypress and mixed hardwoods and a variety of other wetlands. Numerous streams intersect the forest. In the spring, lilies, orchids, blue flag iris, St. Johns wort, and pitcher plants bloom in wet areas. There are excellent hiking opportunities on the area, including a segment of the Florida National Scenic Trail (FNST), where white-tailed deer, feral hogs, wild turkey, marsh rabbit, gopher tortoise, sandhill crane, and many songbirds may be seen. Hunting, fishing, wildlife viewing, hiking, bicycling, horseback riding, and paddling are among the many recreational activities available on Bull Creek. Camping is allowed at the designated campground during hunting seasons, and year round for through hiker at designated sites along the FNST. Levee 73 is open for hiking and bicycling. For additional information, a recreation guide is available from the St. Johns River Water Management District.

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