John M. Bethea State Forest
John M. Bethea State Forest is a 37,736-acre state forest in Sanderson, Florida, in northern Baker County near the Florida/Georgia border. It provides a wildlife corridor between the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge and the Osceola National Forest. The area was acquired by the State of Florida in 2001.
- John M. Bethea State Forest Florida Forest Service
- John M. Bethea State Forest - official site
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