Lost Creek Topo Map

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Similar to its sister stream the Sopchoppy River in location, terrain, and color, Lost Creek is also located almost entirely within the Apalachicola National Forest, keeping its banks wild and open to the public. Formed from wetlands in the heart of the national forest, Lost Creek ?ows southeast 10 or so miles, winding through Cow Swamp and Mosquito Bay, and then disappears into a sink just west of Crawfordville, earning its name. The waterway twists every bit as much as the upper reaches of the Sopchoppy. The only bit of development on Lost Creek is on its south bank near Arran. Paddlers can enjoy seeing the biodiversity of Apalachicola National Forest from the seat of their boat. This waterway is highly dependent on local rainfall. Short boats manned by agile and crafty paddlers are recommended on this untamed, extremely narrow and twisting waterway.
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Crawfordville, Florida

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