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Monday, February 21, 2011
Apalachicola National Forest Is Home For A Bigfoot
All the indications point to the Apalachicola National Forest as a PRIME area for the skunk ape or Bigfoot...a large Southern Sasquatch. A continuous swamp exist between Florida and the Louisiana/Arkansas Bayou. The largest forest between these locations is the Apalachicola forest. It is one of the largest in the United States and is desolate, with many places for this animal to hide from man.
The Apalachicola National Forest is the largest U.S. National Forest in the state of Florida. It contains 564,961 acres(882.8 sq mi; 2,286.3 km2) and is the only national forest located in the Florida Panhandle. The Apalachicola National Forest contains two Wilderness Areas, Bradwell Bay and Mudswamp/New River. The National Forest also provides water and land-based outdoors activities such as hiking, swimming, boating, hunting, fishing, horse-back riding, and off-road ATV usage. Integral to the Apalachicola National Forest are a number of special purpose areas: Camel Lake Recreation Area, Fort Gadsden Historical Site, Leon Sinks Geological Area, Silver Lake Recreation Area, and Wright Lake Recreation Area. In descending order of forest land area it is located in parts of Liberty, Wakulla, Leon, and Franklin counties.  The forest is headquartered in Tallahassee, as are all three National Forests in Florida, but there are local Forest ranger district offices located in Bristol and Crawfordville.