Red Trail Kingfisher Landing to Big Water Shelter Topo Map

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Visitor use is light to moderate; portions are open to day-use boating. Beginning at the Maul Hammock overnight shelter, this 12-mile section of trail travels west and south through Sapling Prairie into the upper reaches of that famous southern river, the Suwannee. It is an interesting and varied section of trail, taking you from a mosaic of prairie and cypress into a large wooded forest, and finally to the lazy, cypress-bordered sections of the Suwannee River. Hazards: Peat quagmires, lightning, heat exhaustion, motorboats, constricted passages, airboats, alligators, and biting insects.
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Waycross, Georgia

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