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Indian Springs State Park
Flovilla, GA 30216 (198.233 miles)
Located off I-75 in Middle GA is thought to be the oldest State Park in the Nation
Official Website: Indian Springs State Park
Lake George State Forest
DeLeon Springs, FL 32130 (199.695 miles)
Lake George State Forest is one of several publicly-owned tracts of land encircling Lake George, the second largest lake in Florida. The St. Johns River borders 3 1
Official Website: Lake George State Forest
Lake Woodruff National Wildlife Refuge
Deleon Springs, FL 32130 (199.695 miles)
Lake Woodruff National Wildlife Refuge Lake Woodruff NWR was established in 1964 to provide habitat for migrating and wintering birds. The refuge contains 21,574 acres of freshwater marshes, 5,800 acres of Cypress and mixed hardwood swamps, 2,400 acres of uplands, and more than 1,000 acres of lakes, streams, and canals. The bilogical diversity of the wetlands provides nesting, overwintering and stopover habitat during migration for neotropical songbirds, migratory waterfowl, shorebirds, wading birds and raptors (215 bird species have been counted).
Official Website: Lake Woodruff National Wildlife Refuge
DE LEON SPRINGS STATE PARK
DE LEON SPRINGS , FL 32130 (199.695 miles)
Native Americans visited and used these springs as long as 6,000 years ago. In the early 1800s, settlers built sugar and cotton plantations that were sacked by Seminole Indians during the Second Seminole War. By the 1880s the springs had become a winter resort, and tourists were promised "a fountain of youth impregnated with a deliciously healthy combination of soda and sulphur." The swimming area is adjacent to a beautiful, shady picnic ground. De Leon Springs flows into the Lake Woodruff National Wildlife Refuge where canoeists and kayakers can explore 18,000 acres of lakes, creeks, and marshes.rn
Official Website: DE LEON SPRINGS STATE PARK