Big Shoals State Forest

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Big Shoals State Forest
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A map of Florida showing the location of Big Shoals State Forest
A map of Florida showing the location of Big Shoals State Forest
Location Hamilton County, Florida, US
Nearest city White Springs
Coordinates 30°20′32″N 82°42′28″W / 30.342176°N 82.707751°W / 30.342176; -82.707751Coordinates: 30°20′32″N 82°42′28″W / 30.342176°N 82.707751°W / 30.342176; -82.707751
Area 1,629 acres (659 ha)

Big Shoals State Forest is a protected area of 1,629 acres (659 ha) just east of White Springs, Florida and adjacent to Big Shoals State Park in Hamilton County.[1] The state forest area comprises the north part of the 3,919-acre (1,586 ha) Big Shoals Public Lands[2] and contains the largest area of whitewater in Florida. It is in the area of the Suwanee River.[1]

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  1. ^ a b "Big Shoals Public Lands Management Plan". Florida Department of Environmental Protection. 2005. Archived from the original on June 22, 2014. 
  2. ^ "Big Shoals State Forest". Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. Retrieved June 2, 2014. 

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