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Econlockhatchee River, Oviedo, Florida, USA
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The Econlockhatchee River flows here through the Little Big Econ State Forest near Oviedo, Florida.  Further upstream from this point also within the state forest, the Little Econlockhatchee enters the larger river, hence the name "Little Big Econ."  Emerging from the Econlockhatchee swamp below Lake Conlin, the river is free flowing by the time it passes through the Little Big Econ State Forest, meandering northeastward to join the St. John's River near Puzzle Lake.

Copyright: John roberts
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 17140x8570
Chargée: 02/01/2011
Mis à jour: 10/06/2014
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Tags: river; forest; scrub; state forest; public lands; swamp
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