Owens Spring, Walker, Adams, Little River
Note: Hunting is allowed in permitted areas only.
Visitors may enjoy fishing, as well as biking, hiking, horseback riding, and wildlife viewing on administrative roads. The Adams and Walker tracts are part of the Troy Springs Wildlife Management Area and offer small game hunting; the Little River tract is part of the Little River Wildlife Management Area and is a quota hunt area for deer, hog, and small game. For more information on hunting, contact the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission at:
The Adams tract river camp is the last river camp before reaching the Town of Branford. It provides 5 sleeping platforms, a picnic pavilion, restrooms with hot showers, and a group camping area. For more information on the Suwannee River Wilderness Trail call or visit:
- Suwannee River Wilderness Trail
Owens Spring tract from Mayo:
Travel south on US 27 to NE CR 410, turn left; travel east 2.5 miles and the entrance is on the left.
Adams tract from Mayo:
At the 90° left turn on NE CR 410; continue straight on the dirt road 100 yards to the entrance.
Walker tract from Mayo:
Continue 4 miles south on US 27 to NE CR 421, turn left; travel north 1.25 miles past Troy Springs State Park and the tract entrance is on the right. Once past Troy Springs State Park the pavement ends and the road becomes NE Jeff Walker Road.
Little River Tract from Branford:
Travel north to O'Brien, turn left on CR 349; travel 3.5 miles west and the entrance is on the left.
- Adams – 983 acres
- Little River – 2,202 acres
- Owens Spring – 474 acres
- Walker – 191 acres
The Suwannee River Water Management District and Alachua Conservation will reopen J. H. Anderson, Jr. Memorial Park – Rock Bluff Springs at 8:00 a.m. Thursday, May 28. Read On...
The Suwannee River Water Management District will reopen Goose Pasture Campground at 8:00 a.m. Thursday, May 28. Read On...
Suwannee River Water Management District (District) urges persons recreating on District lands to exercise caution during all outdoor activities due to increased fire danger resulting from dry conditions, low humidity, and wind. Read On...