The Alapahoochee tract is located in northeastern Hamilton County on the east side of the Alapaha River at the CR 150 Bridge.
Access to the Alapahoochee tract from Jennings:
Travel east on CR 150, cross the Alapaha River and turn at the first driveway to the left.
The Alapahoochee tract is a mix of hydric hammock, upland mixed forest, floodplain swamp/forest and mesic flat woods.
Wildlife species include deer, turkey, squirrel, and gopher tortoise.
The Alapahoochee tract is a primitive tract. The tract has a canoe launch; other allowable recreation opportunities are wildlife viewing, fishing, bicycling, hiking, and horseback riding on administrative roads.
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