Westwood West, Westwood East, Chitty Bend West, Chitty Bend East, Withlacoochee, Nekoosa

Twin Rivers State Forest Sign
Westwood, Chitty Bend, Withlacoochee, Nekoosa Map

Allowable Activities

BicyclingFishingHikingRidingWildlife Viewing

Note: Hunting is allowed in permitted areas only.

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Recreation

Visitors may enjoy fishing, as well as biking, hiking, horseback riding, and wildlife viewing on administrative roads.

These tracts are part of Twin Rivers State Forest. For more information, call or visit:

Access

Westwood West tract from Lee:

Travel north on CR 255, turn right on SR 6; travel east 2 miles, turn left on Old Blue Springs Road; travel 5.75 miles north to NE Hickory Grove Road, turn right; travel north 2 miles and the entrance is on the right.

Chitty Bend West tract from Lee:

Travel north on CR 255, turn right on SR 6; travel east 2 miles, turn left on Old Blue Springs Road; travel 3.25 miles north, turn right on NE Cottonwood Street and the tract is at the end of the road.

Chitty Bend East tract from Lee:

Travel north on CR 255, turn right on SR 6; travel east 5 miles, turn left on NW CR 143; travel north 1.25 miles, turn left on NW 40th Loop; follow the road and it becomes NW 23rd Boulevard; turn left on NW 34th Street; travel 2 miles and the tract entrance is on the left.

Withlacoochee Tract from Lee:

Travel north on CR 255, turn right on SR 6; travel east 5 miles, turn right on SW 28th Lane; travel south .5 miles and the entrance is on the right.

Westwood East & Nekoosa:

Access by river only.

Size

  • Westwood West – 505 acres
  • Westwood East – 418 acres
  • Chitty Bend West – 651 acres
  • Chitty Bend East – 296 acres
  • Withlacoochee – 1,213 acres
  • Nekoosa – 534 acres
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