Apalachee Wildlife Management Area


Bordering portions of the Chattahoochee River and Lake Seminole, this 8,000-acre expanse of longleaf pine uplands is interspersed with ponds, wetlands and floodplain forest. Come explore the wide variety of wildlife and recreational activities.



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Things to do

Explore Apalachee’s full suite of recreational opportunities, from hunting and fishing to paddling and hiking. read more »


The Great Florida Birding and Wildlife Trail offers year-round wildlife viewing. read more »

Habitat and Management

Regular prescribed burning ensures healthy habitats and wildlife. read more »


Fishing, hunting and agriculture have enjoyed a long tradition on Apalachee’s fertile habitats. read more »

Planning Your Visit

Apalachee is situated about three miles north of Sneads in Jackson County. read more »


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