Title: Big Cypress National Preserve, Florida 1994
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Title: Big Cypress National Preserve, Florida 1994
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us Getting to thPreerve Preserve, HOR 81, Box and trapping of game vice for off-road travel tion. Hikers should be tor homes. A dump ate- water. The Loop Road stop, pull completely off almost anywhere in the trolled fires can endan- access areas. a
no- igCypress N i 11, O ,FL3943 anima sare permitted in the Preserve. Obtain prepared for wet areas tion with potable water Scenic Drive affords 11- the road and do not ob- Preserve, sowatch er lIves property, and full tank of gas
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regulations managed Center, Information deep in the rainy sea- Dona Drive camp- different plant habitats ans take care: vehicles reach. Hikers note: pol- a to

Cypress National Fish Commisslon, ments. and regulations trail. A short nature trail enjoy in the Preserve single-lane road wIth Turner River Road and htr sites o indian
owBox 11, Special Florida Game are provided with per- explains the Preserve's include fishing, canoe- unimproved surface Is Birdon Road form a U- Wildflres poasea danger mounds
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