hiking

mountain biking

horseback riding

walking

dog friendly

kid friendly

forest

river

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hiking
4 days ago

Really beautiful trail located in the NE portion of Florida. I really enjoyed this trail the most due to its changes in elevation and close proximity to the river. The trail provides great opportunities for shade and resting throughout. Highly recommend this trail for anyone looking to adventure into new terrain, but be warned it can be a little challenging to those who have never hiked before! Also, the trail was well kept and maintained which allowed for easy access.

beautiful trail, nice and shaded, goes to the river, great for dogs!

Enjoyable walk! Pretty flat, but nice area

Loved it! Very dog friendly! Will be going back to check out more of the trails soon!

mountain biking
1 month ago

Absolutely incredible trails and scenery. After my first trip there earlier today all I can think about is going back. Well marked trails and surprisingly friendly people made it easy to navigate from the Jones trailhead to numerous exciting but not too challenging trails. It looked like there were also opportunities for kayaking and other activities. Overall that's about as good as it gets so don't pass this place up!

Short, easy, flat

mountain biking
1 month ago

If you're mountain biking, Snow Hill is the place to go. Mtn biking is not allowed on the other hiking trails in Little Big Econ forest. Snow Hill = Jones East Tail Head. From this trailhead you can access at least 6 legs of mtn bike trails with varying skill levels: Two Bridges, Ditch of Doom, Outback Loop, River Trail, Snake Trail, Yahoo. (See photos where I posted the trail map.) Very fun, pretty scenery that takes you through swamp, marsh, river, creek, forest, and palmettos. I wore myself out playing on this trail, good for solo and group rides.

mountain biking
1 month ago

Really nice short trail, well maintained but bring a stick for spider webs. Flat trail completely, nice fishing pier to bring the kids. Took 45 minutes. Lots of birds to see. Trail is tight at first but gets much wider.