Joe Budd Youth Conservation Center (JBYCC) is just outside Tallahassee, Florida near Midway.

From Tallahassee:

Take U.S. 90 (Tennessee Street) west about 10 miles to Midway; OR take Interstate 10 west to Exit 192.  Go west on U.S. 90 approximately 2 miles to Midway.

Joe budd mapIn Midway, turn left on Highway 268, cross the railroad tracks and follow the road to the right for 2 miles until you see the Joe Budd sign.

Turn left on Peters Road, and follow it until you reach the management area entrance.
Take the right fork, and follow the education center signs to the log cabin. (Note: the final leg of your trip is on a clay road, which can be slippery following heavy rains.)
The pond is behind the cabin and has a small boat ramp, fishing pier and several earthen fishing fingers.
JBYCC is open to school groups Monday-Friday from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. To schedule, call (850) 933-4322.

FWC Facts:
Project WILD is an interdisciplinary conservation and environmental education program emphasizing wildlife. The program is designed for educators of students in K-12.

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