Three Lakes Wildlife Management Area
|Three Lakes Wildlife Management Area|
|Location||Osceola County, Florida, Florida|
|Area||62,000 acres (25,000 ha)|
|Governing body||Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission|
The Three Lakes Wildlife Management Area (not to be confused with Three Lakes near Miami) is the second largest remaining expanse of dry prairie in the United States. It is located approximately 70 miles (110 km) south of the Kissimmee - Disney World area of Central Florida.
The management area is situated near Lake Kissimmee, Lake Jackson and Lake Marian. It comprises 62,000 acres (25,000 ha) including parts of the Kissimmee Prairie. The area is open for recreational uses including hunting, fishing, hiking, and birding.
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- Moore, Marilyn (2007). Moon Florida Camping. Avalon Travel. pp. 283–284. ISBN 978-1-56691-825-1. (Google Books)
- Breining, Greg; Frank Oberle (1994). Return of the Eagle. Globe Pequot. p. 106. ISBN 978-1-56044-300-1.
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