North Central Fishing Piers

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The table below the map lists all of the fishing piers in this region by county and water body. It also indicates the agency that manages the site, whether it is barrier free (handicapped accessible), has restrooms nearby and has fish attractors within casting distance of the pier.

fishing piers in North Central Region

53 Alachua Lake Johnson Hawthorne FL. Alachua County Yes Yes Yes
99 Alachua Lake Lochloosa Hawthorne FL. FWC, Alachua Co., SJRWMD Yes No Yes
100 Marion Orange Lake Gainesville FL. FWC, Marion Co. Yes No Yes
49 Baker Ocean Pond Olustee Osceola National Forest US Forest Service Yes Yes Yes
54 Bradford Lake Sampson -Sampso Starke FL. Bradford County No No No
56 Clay Lake Asbury Ronnie Van Zant Park Pond FWC-Clay County Yes Yes Yes
57 Clay Black Creek Middleburg Clay County Yes Yes No
55 Clay St. Johns River Old Shands Bridge ,Green Cove Springs Clay County Yes Yes No
14 Columbia Lake Montgomery Lake City, Baya St. FWC-Columbia Co. Yes No Yes
1 Columbia Watertown L. SR 100-Lake City FWC Yes No Yes
18 Duval Pope Duval East & We W. Beaver St.-Jacksonville FWC-City of Jacksonville Yes No Yes
19 Duval Oceanway Pond Oceanway Sports Complex-Jacksonville FWC-City of Jacksonville Yes Yes Yes
46 Duval Hanna Park Pond Hanna Park-Mayport FWC-City of Jacksonville No Yes Yes
47 Duval Crystal Springs Park Crystal Springs Rd -West Jacksonville FWC-City of Jacksonville Yes Yes Yes
17 Duval Bethesda FMA I-295/Dunn Ave.Jacksonville FWC-City of Jacksonville Yes Yes Yes
48 Duval Huguenot Pond S Jacksonville Beach City of Jacksonville Beach Yes Yes Yes
51 Duval St. Augustine Rd FMA St. Augustine Rd in E.Central Jacksonville FWC-City of Jacksonville No Yes Yes
45 Lafayette Koon Lake Four miles east of Mayo FWC Yes No Yes
3 Levy Suwannee R. Chiefland, Manatee Springs State Park D.E.P. Yes Yes No
50 Madison Lake Francis Madison FL City of Madison Yes No Yes
13 Suwannee Suwannee Lake NE of Live Oak FWC Yes No Yes
9 Union Lake Butler City of Lake Butler City of Lake Butler Yes Yes Yes


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