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We drove 1hr 45mins and it wasn't worth the drive. We didn't like it at all I don't know why it on altrails there is no trails. plus it cost to much to get in. I understand that it non profit organization but it can be a cheaper I'm sure. We wouldn't go back there again.

hiking
14 days ago

In the Botany Bay WMA. Beautiful area. Hike to the beach is flat and easy. The beach with the dead trees is incredible. Must do.

Beautiful, flat trail.

loved the sights but the "trail"was very poorly marked. not sure if I was ever on it. but the area is beautiful and had a good time walking around.

hiking
17 days ago

This trail is still closed and has been for some time. Fort McAllister has one other trail option but not as scenic.

great hike abundance of wildlife

walking
19 days ago

decent local trail

Lots of birds (and a gator) at Ibis and Starr ponds...

When you are on the trail, stay to the right for easy trails. Stay to the left if you want mountain biking trails.

girls and I had a great time. youngest got to climb a tree that was in the water. part of the trial is still blocked. but it was March and we didn't have any bugs yet

20 days ago

Lived here all along and this was the first time out on the trails at Fort Pulaski .
Would be hot in summer so bring extra water and bug spray. Easy trails.

walking
1 month ago

A solid neighborhood park to get a nice walk in during the week! Loop twice = about 3 miles? The ladies room is always clean too, so added perk!

walking
1 month ago

We took my 60+ parents and our 9, 6 year old. We had a great time and were impressed with the elevation level for Florida. The only down side was the trail was right by the road taking away some of the illusion of being off in nature.

walking
1 month ago

The trail was closed due to Pinebeetle infestation, so was not able to complete, but it looked nice from what I saw.

walking
1 month ago

The trail was closed due to a pinebeetle infestation, so I was not able to complete it.

Excellent place to see the beauty of the Lowcountry

This is a very nice trail with plenty of boardwalk and diversity in terrain and trees. Well maintained.

hiking
1 month ago

Really amazing. A lot to see!! Make sure to check out the salt marsh. We saw a bald eagle!

comfortable walking trail with interesting views and info along the way. will be back.

This trail is really beautiful, definitely my new favorite spot in the low country. I would LOVE to see a clean up effort because there is quite a bit of debris and trash that is littering the shore line. Better trail markers would be helpful but overall, this trail is a treasure.

hiking
2 months ago

This was a nice, sandy trail. A good walk in the woods. It is marked with yellow for the short loop trail and red for the longer trail. It starts near Group Shelter 2. There were several benches if you wanted to rest. I saw a large woodpecker and alot of animal tracks. I took the shorter loop. Afterward, I stopped and had a picnic lunch and took some pictures of the lake. It was an easy trail and well maintained.

Trails are good. Saw some wildlife, but also ran across more than a little trash, from inconsiderate people.

walking
3 months ago

Liked it. Worth the price of admission. Wish it was a little longer of a walk but still very good and well maintained.

Very nice and well maintained.

pleasant trails to hike on very easy and well maintained. I was very surprised considering this is a state park in South Georgia. Will be back.

hiking
3 months ago

I love this park. I hike out to the lookout tower is awesome, you can see for miles around from the top. So many sights so much history.

The trails are pretty good. Lot more to see, if you hike all the trails, not just the main 1.5 mile one. Definitely go during low tide. The rivers in the area can rise more than 6 feet at high tide.

If you are looking for wildlife this is the place to go. I walk here often and have seen alligators, snakes, deer, wild hogs, plenty of birds and a bobcat. There are a bunch of trails if you go to the Savannah Wildlife Refuge page that are not listed on here. Watch for snakes in the high grass in the warmer weather.

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