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Located North of U.S Hwy 90 Along the Perdido River in Escambia county Florida. There is a public boat ramp and a variety of habitats.
Temperate, warm, humid, long summer days and short winter. Average rain fall is approximately 62" a year on average.
Oak hammocks, mixed woods, wire grass prairie, flood plains. Pitcher plant habitat, loblolly and longleaf pine.
Macrocybe Titans, various Ganoderma species, carnivorous plants, wild turkey, bald eagles, wild hogs, white tail deer, Eastern diamond back rattle snake.
Public access from sunrise to sunset. Boat ramp. Entrance on Hwy 90 across from the Florida weigh station or at the western end of Frank Reeder rd. Excellent hiking and horse back riding.