Deep Creek Conservation Area - North Tract
Stretching across thousands of acres of flatlands and moving across the St. Johns River, the Deep Creek Conservation Area gives visitors unique fishing, boating, and wildlife experiences. Individuals interested in boating can move west of the State 206 Intersection or enter by passing through the St. Johns River. However, there are no deployers or ramps on the property. Exotic birds such as herons, blackbirds, and others have made the Deep Creek Conservation their home. Deer, wildcats, and other animals find food and comfort in this rare and remarkable habitat. Visitors can have a once-in-a-lifetime experience at the Deep Creek Conservation Area.
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