Many designated trails exist throughout Refuge units. Trail and road facilities identified in this plan are not intended to represent all facilities and opportunities as additional designated trails may become apparent as a feature of the unit landscape, or additionally provided for through the life of this Plan. Visitors are encouraged to refer to the WMA regulations summary and associated map of a specific unit for the most up-to-date representation of designated trail and road infrastructure.
Arbuckle Unit: Most of the trails on the unit run along the boundary and are maintained for access and management purposes and provide fires brakes.
Hatchineha Unit: A network of trails branch-off of a large, well-maintained north to south grass road (Dairy Road) that bisects the site. All parts of the Hatchineha Unit are within 0.5 miles of this road and the maintained network of trails and fire breaks.
Kissimmee Bend Unit: There is a main grass road that bisects the property from east to west. A second main grass road connects the center of that road to the center of the southern boundary. In addition, firebreaks are accessible and maintained throughout the tract - predominantly located along perimeter boundaries. The unit has been actively managed as a cow/calf ranch and several equestrian trails exist throughout the unit as well.
Okeechobee Unit: Trail access is via the parking lot located on the eastern side of the unit. A firebreak is located around the boundary and several trails run across the unit. Trails total approximately nine miles.