Part A---General Information
Miccosukee is in North Florida, 16 miles west of Monticello, and 20 miles
northeast of Tallahassee. It is on Miccosukee Lake. The elevation is 218
Florida Highway 59 passes through Miccosukee. Bus, rail, and air service
is not available.
Leon County had a population of 35,451 in 1945.
the Miccosukee post office is approximately 500.
(From observations at Tallahassee, Florida.)
The population served by
Miccosukee was originally an Indian village.
6. Major Sources of Income:
Logging and agriculture are the main sources of income.
Part B---Recreation and Entertainment
1. Special Events:
2. Athletic Events:
3. Tourist Clubs:
4. Recreational Clubs:
5. Civic Organizations:
Home Demonstration Club
7. Organized Entertainment:
8. Recreational Facilities:
Swimming in Lake Miccosukee.
Quail, dove, squirrels, rabbits, and duck are found in this section. Duck
are hunted on Miccosukee Lake. Most of the hunting grounds are posted.
Hunting lodges and hunting guides are not available.
Fresh water bream, bass, perch, catfish, and jack
Lake. There is a fishing camp at Miccosukee Lake
Fishing guides are not available.
are caught in Miccosukee
where boats may be rented.
Methodist and Baptist denominations have services in Miccosukee.
There are no hotels, tourist courts, guest homes,
ized eating places in Miccosukee.
trailer parks, or'special-
Further information on Miccosukee can be obtained from: