Three Lakes Wildlife Management Area

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Named for the three lakes that border the area, Three Lakes WMA preserves pine flatwoods, a significant portion of the Kissimmee Prairie, one of the last remaining expanses of dry prairie in the United States, and numerous other natural communities.

 

Sights




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Things to do

Find ample opportunities for hunting, fishing, birding, nature study, hiking, horseback riding and bicycling. read more »

Wildlife

This diverse natural resource for fish and wildlife is part of the Great Florida Birding and Wildlife Trail and sustains populations of many native Florida species. read more »

Habitat and Management

Management activities emphasize the restoration of natural water regimes and maintenance of plant and animal communities, public education and recreation and habitat protection. read more »

History

A former cattle ranch, Three Lakes WMA was part of the last open range cattle ranching in the United States.  read more »

Planning Your Visit

Three Lakes WMA comprises more than 63,000 acres of southern Osceola County, 25 miles southeast of St. Cloud. read more »

 



FWC Facts:
Barn owls in Florida breed from March through July and nest in secluded places like caves, barns, tree cavities and large birdhouses. They build no actual nest.

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