For rivers, creeks, campsites, roads and other references in the articles in Tate’s Hell State Forest see: http://www.freshfromflorida.com/content/download/27522/521772/TatesHellSF.pdf
This is a forestry brochure for Tate’s Hell. The map is on screen 3. Hit “view” on your toolbar then “rotate” to rotate map. Adjust % (magnification) on PDF top bar to enlarge or minimize. (For computer literate: we are placing these directions for people like us, who grew up on typewriters. Humor us.)
This map does not include a handful of newer campsites, including Pidcock Road camp, which is to the east of Cash Creek Day Use (CC) on the river.
Remember: Tate’s Hell is Florida’s second largest forest with 202,000 acres. Blackwater River State Forest is the larges, with 220,000 acres. This is why we wish to save these forests for the enjoyment and solace which wilderness can provide for future Floridians.