For a complete list of rules, see the public use section of FAC 40B-9.
Please report all suspicious activities to the District, the local sheriff, or a wildlife officer at 888.404.3922.
Certain natural conditions, plants, or animals encountered on District lands could be dangerous. It is your responsibility to exercise reasonable caution and care in threatening situations or areas.
View a description of What to Expect on District Lands.
Subject to the limitations therein, Section 373.1395, Florida Statutes, provides that the District owes no duty of care to keep its park areas or lands safe for entry or use by others or to give warning to persons entering areas or lands of any hazardous conditions, structures, or activities thereon.
The District does not, by providing any of its park area or land for outdoor recreational purposes, extend any assurance that such park area or land is safe for any purpose; does not incur any duty of care toward a person who goes on park area or land; and is not responsible for any injury to persons or property caused by an act or omission of a person who goes on park area or land.
IMPORTANT NOTICES:January 18, 2019 - The Public Camping Area at Goose Pasture Campground Park will be closed until further notice due to wet conditions and vandalism. The Group Camping Areas A & B are open. The Group Areas requires a reservation and a group of six campers or more. The boat launch and the picnic areas are open for day use. For information call the District office 386.362.1001 or email - firstname.lastname@example.org. September 9, 2018 - The Mallory Swamp ATV is now closed and will reopen in April after Spring Turkey Season.July 24, 2018 - The Ellaville Tract
Trailwalker Trail, trailhead, and public access on the south side of Highway 90
near the Suwannee River in Madison County is closed due to timber harvesting
operations until further notice.April 24, 2018 - The Bay Creek tract has been closed to vehicles until further notice due to extreme wet conditions.August 17, 2017 - The boardwalk at Pot Springs on the Withlacoochee tract in Hamilton County is closed for renovations.