Bell Ridge Longleaf: Planning Your Visit

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Photo Credit: Jack Rogers

Helpful Information

The most comfortable time to visit is during the fall, winter and spring seasons.  The highlight of fall is the profusion of wildflowers. Spring offers opportunities to see migratory songbirds and is one of the best times to hear the beautiful song of the male Bachman’s sparrow.

  • No dogs or other pets are permitted on this area.
  • All persons shall enter and exit the area only at designated entrances.
  • No daily-use permit is required.
  • No hunting or fishing is allowed on this area.
  • Restrooms are not available at this location. Amenities include an ADA accessible parking spot with a sidewalk to a kiosk.
  • Vehicles, bicycles and horses are not permitted on trails at Bell Ridge Longleaf WEA. Public access other than by foot is prohibited.

 



FWC Facts:
The painted bunting is one of the most rapidly declining songbirds in the eastern U.S. Surveys show an astounding 4-6 percent annual decrease in its numbers from 1966 to 2007.

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