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Hunting

For permits, more locations and Florida Hunting facts, please visit the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. 

You are able on this site to purchase permits, check availability of permits for areas based on the quotas reached in a region. Hunters visiting from out of state should make sure they have permits in order in time for their planned trip.

Lake George State Forest

A beautiful natural refuge to get away from it all. Fishing, picnicking, hiking, and horseback riding. Canoes and small Jon boats may be launched from the bank at the Bluffton Recreation Area. Primitive camping by permit.

To access the forest north of State Road 40 (Astor Tract), take Riley Pridgeon Road, located 1/2 mile east of the town of Astor.

To access the forest south of State Road 40 (Mary Farms/Dexter Tracts), take St. Johns River Road, located 1/2 mile east of Astor. This goes to Bluffton Recreation Area. An entrance for hunters is located on State Road 40, 3.25 miles east of Astor.

Lake George State Forest
St. Johns River Road, Volusia/Astor, FL 32102
(386) 985-7822

Lake Woodruff National Wildlife Refuge

Lake Woodruff National Wildlife Refuge Lake Woodruff National Wildlife Refuge is located in the
western section of Volusia County, Florida, near DeLeon Springs. The designated hunt areas contain approximately 11,000 acres of woodlands and bordering marsh.

For detailed Lake Woodruff hunting regulations please refer to the Hunting section of their website.

Lake Woodruff National Wildlife Refuge
2045 Mud Lake Road, De Leon Springs, FL 32130
(386) 985-4673

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