Paynes Prairie

Paynes Prairie is a Florida State Park, encompassing a 21,000-acre (85 km2) savanna in Micanopy, Florida, south of Gainesville. It is also a U.S. National Natural Landmark. It is crossed by both I-75 and U.S. 441 (which has a scenic outlook ramp).

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Florida State Parks In Alachua County - Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park
... Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park IUCN category V (protected landscape/seascape) Looking east along the US 441 outlook ramp Location Alachua County ...
Gainesville, Florida - History - Native American, Pre-European
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Paynes Prairie - Gallery
... Just one of the many American Alligators A Wood Stork at Paynes Prairie The US 441 overlook, facing east Panorama view from the observation tower National Natural Landmark plaque ...
List Of Florida State Parks - Florida State Parks and Reserves
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