Blue Sink, Rocky Creek, Swift Creek

Blue Sink, Rocky Creek, Swift Creek
Blue Sink, Rocky Creek, Swift Creek Map

Allowable Activities

BicyclingFishingHikingRidingWildlife Viewing

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Recreation

On these primitive sites, visitors may enjoy biking, hiking, horseback riding, and wildlife viewing on administrative roads.

The Blue Sink tract provides access to the river for fishing at the end of Blue Sink Path and at Blue Sink, where there is a boardwalk to view the spring.

Access

Blue Sink tract from Live Oak:

Travel northeast on SR 136 crossing I-75; travel approximately 1 mile past the interstate, turn left on 27th Road and the Blue Sink tract begins approximately .75 mile on both sides of the road. From White Springs: Travel southwest on SR 136, turn right on 27th Road.

Rocky Creek tract from Live Oak:

Travel north on US 129, turn right on CR 136A, go east 6 miles, turn left on 53rd Road, follow 53rd Road to 62nd Street, turn right; the street dead ends at the Rocky Creek tract.

Swift Creek tract from White Springs:

Take CR 25A west; the entrance to the Swift Creek tract is on the left.

Size

  • Blue Sink – 637 acres
  • Rocky Creek – 251 acres
  • Swift Creek – 328 acres


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