St Marks National Wildlife Refuge Florida Trail Segment Topo Map

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Founded in 1931 and one of the nation’s oldest wildlife refuges, St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) encompasses more than 69,000 acres of land and another 31,500 acres of adjacent Apalachee Bay. The refuge also includes a designated wilderness area of 18,000 acres. St. Marks is probably the best place in northwest Florida for The stretch of Florida Trail through St. Marks is typical of the long wilderness treks available in North Florida.
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Newport, Florida

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