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“Nice big lake”
Review of Lake George

Lake George
Reviewed January 31, 2013

Have been boating on this lake for many many years. Nice big lake, lots of area to fish. BUT lot's of big alligators, and if you are on lake when a storm comes up get off of lake fast. Waves are ltterally like the Ocean. Several boats have capsized over the years.

3  Thank campinfl
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Reviewed June 14, 2012

this is a nice place to have pic nic or just an outing very clean

Thank Judy S
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Reviewed April 29, 2012

It's always great to get away from the City and civilization, and enjoy the trip up the St. John's River to Lake George.
Great trip for boaters, with several springs and small rivers to explore.

1  Thank HappyCamper32789
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Reviewed February 6, 2012

If I am supposed to be reveiwing the lake george state park then i know about this place. It has more to it than meets the eye. I spent 4 nights camping there. It is a hidden gem

2  Thank babylass
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Reviewed January 15, 2012

This is a Very Large Lake. One word " Amazing"
998 Nine Mile Point Road
Seville, FL 32190
Lake George Forest and Wildlife Management area is 7,800 acres acquired in 1990 by Volusia County Government and the St. Johns Water Management District. Volusia County used funds from the Environmentally Endangered Lands program that was approved by the County's voters in 1986. Previously, the land was owned by the Union Camp Paper company which used it for timber production.
This conservation area is part of a 35,380-acre wildlife management area that provides more than 20 miles of contiguous habitat for many species of Florida’s wildlife along Lake George and the St. Johns River.
Two marked trails lead to several of Florida’s natural communities including pine flatwoods, cypress swamps, and marsh. The blue trail passes Lake George, the second largest lake in Florida and the largest lake along the St. Johns River.

6  Thank MaryMacTree
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