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Recreational resources are abound in the Hawthorne Area. With over 400 fresh water lakes some of the best fishing can be found. Most of these lakes afford clear water for swimming, boating, and skiing. All major lakes have public boat ramps. The Lochloosa Wildlife Conservation Area has set aside 10,333 acres for hunting. There is also an Alachua County Library branch in Hawthorne providing reference and reader services in person or by phone. It is a center for cultural enrichment activities for both young and old. The Gainesville-Hawthorne State Trail, created through The Florida Rails To Trails Program, stretches 17 miles from the City of Gainesville's Boulware Springs Park through the Paines Prairie State Preserve and the Lockloosa Wildlife Management Area.
 

Things to do outside

Wade Boggs' Yankee Landing Fish Camp- Located on Lake Lochloosa just a few miles south of Hawthorne Great hunting area- only during season Great fishing (Check out the fishing forecast)
Lake Lochloosa 
Orange Lake
 Little Orange Lake
 Newnan's Lake
 Star Lake
 Town Lake
 Lake Santa Fe
 Lake Alto
 
Town Lake

Other things to do

Bingo every Thursday and Saturday Nights
Join a club
The American Legion Post 230
The Lion's Club
The Woman's Club
Many different Hunt Clubs

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This page was created by Larry Jeffries and last updated by Coral Antony 06/08/04 Copyright 1994-2002