Paynes Prairie State Preserve Topo Map

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Paynes Prairie State Preserve is more than 20,000 acres of prairie (or lake, depending on circumstances) just south of Gainesville. Because of its fluctuating water levels and the reintroduction of bison and wild horses, the prairie has become a prime wildlife viewing area. One of Florida’s resident flocks of sandhill cranes (and large winter migratory populations) stays here, as do some introduced whooping cranes. The preserve also enjoys large populations of ducks and reptiles. We wouldn’t recommend this park just for biking, but when combined with other activities in the area it could make for a pleasant late-fall, early-spring, or winter outing. Trails: Paved park entrance road, 2.6 miles; dirt double track, 18.0 miles (small number of single-track connectors). Location: Alachua County.
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Micanopy, Florida

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