Potts Wildlife Management Area

Inverness, Florida 34451

Potts Wildlife Management Area

Potts Wildlife Management Area Professional Guide

Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"Florida’s system of wildlife management areas are designed to protect the ecosystem of plants and animals from development, and to provide recreational opportunities to Floridians. In their earliest manifestations, they were places people could go to hunt and fish, but as the state has grown, their importance has become magnified, and they are now thought of primarily as zones that protect the state’s precious water resources.

Potts’s 7,408 acres was purchased to protect the Withlacoochee River, and the many streams flowing into it, and the Tsala Apopka Chain of Lakes. A casual look at any Florida map will show an intricately mixed area of water and land: marsh, swamp, flatwoods, oak hammocks, and high pine ridges."

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