Paynes Prairie State Preserve Camping Guide
Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park is a 22,000-acre preserve considered to be the most significant natural and historic areas in Florida. More than 20 distinct biological communities provide a rich array of habitats for wildlife and livestock, including alligators, bison, horses and more than 270 species of birds. Exhibits and an audio-visual program at the visitor center explain the area´s natural and cultural history. A 50-foot-high observation tower near the visitor center provides a panoramic view of the preserve. The park offers hiking, bird watching, fishing, camping, picnicking, and bicycling. Natural and cultural exhibits are located in the Visitors Center.
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