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Green Swamp

#3,599 of 5,135 things to do in Florida Features Animals
FL
+1 352-394-3969
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Winter = dry and mosquito free

No mosquitoes and low water levels make it a great dry-footed, winter hike. Just wear orange blaze... read more

Reviewed 27 January 2016
Ryan C
via mobile
good for hiking / walking, would like to bike here

We have had good hikes here. I am not sure if bikes are allowed but it could be a nice place to... read more

Reviewed 12 August 2013
P G
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Knoxville, Tennessee
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Located 20 miles north of Lakeland, Florida, this region covers 870 square miles containing hardwood forests, swamps, river floodplains and many species of wildlife.
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26 Jan 2016
“Winter = dry and mosquito free”
11 Aug 2013
“good for hiking / walking, would like to bike here”
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Reviewed 27 January 2016 via mobile

No mosquitoes and low water levels make it a great dry-footed, winter hike. Just wear orange blaze during hunting dates and enjoy!

Thank Ryan C
Reviewed 12 August 2013

We have had good hikes here. I am not sure if bikes are allowed but it could be a nice place to mountain bike. One aggravation is where the Florida Trail 'breaks' on the road, from one side to the other, so that there is...More

Thank P G
Reviewed 17 March 2013 via mobile

I love this swamp. It has all the critters you would expect - gators snakes wild boars bugs and birds. If your looking for a great swamo this is the one. Bring your boots and bug spray.

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