Day-Use Trails in Chesser and Grand Prairies Southern Side of Suwannee Canal Triangle to Gannet Lake Topo Map

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Beginning at the entrance to Chesser Prairie, these popular trails traverse south through two wildlife-rich prairies. Watch for alligators, frogs, herons, hawks, cranes, ducks, and more as you paddle across the watery plain. The prairies are also a good place to see a variety of wildflowers, especially in late winter and early spring when Hatpins, Neverwet, and Bladderworts are in bloom. A number of short side trips and alternate routes are possible by traveling the network of interconnecting trails. Chesser Prairie is popular destination. Hazards: Heat exhaustion, lightning, motorboats, airboats, alligators, and biting insects.
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Saint George, Georgia

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