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very nice, cute little trail. if you have a family with kids, it's a nice outing. beautiful area and nice biking trails nearby. I wouldn't recommend bike's on this trail however. does cost $5 to get in state park.

alligator lake is no joke saw three alligators on the trail

EZ Trail couple of alligators good fun for everybody

Gentle trail accessible to even the youngest children. Variety of environments in a short walk: small tree area, dunes, lake, and big pine area all with the sounds of the ocean in the distance. Watch out for mosquitoes and poison ivy.

road biking
1 month ago

One of several bike and hike loops. Really fun. Some neat boardwalks. A little bit of mud to slop thru which was really fun.
Great way to spend a day.

This is a really nice trail to walk with young children as the path is flat and smooth and some portions are relatively short walks. We walked about 2 Miles with toddlers. My kids loved the variety of wild life, including a woodpecker and alligator splashing in the water.
But don’t forget bug spray, I didn’t think about that and we really got ate up by the mosquitoes.

trail running
1 month ago

Great trail to run, biking might be tough in a few lower areas where water collects.

mountain biking
1 month ago

Took Cypress Pond Bike trail off Conservation Loop, then Palmetto and Baxley Head to Long Leaf. Some of the trail was grass at the end of Cypress Pond and it had rained recently so we turned around. At the end of Long Leaf we headed down Osprey and back out to park's entrance/exit. It was about 10 miles. This was July so it was HOT. Definitely need water and sun screen. decent ride, though.

on Flatwoods Trail

1 month ago

This was fun on a bike even though the trails were a bit sandy!

mountain biking
1 month ago

Good trail for around here. Did the full 8 miles and then came back on Timepooche trail on the way in. I disagree with the comment about the Timpooche trail, other then water color, it was plenty wide enough and newly paved around Grayton Beach.

mountain biking
2 months ago

Easy ride.

mountain biking
3 months ago

Outer loop is a maintained circular access road with several intersecting trails, some through the woods. Outer loop is about 9.5 miles. Fun and easy.

mountain biking
3 months ago

Fun and quick trail through the woods. Sandy in a few places but overall a fun ride.

Nice trail along the inner marsh with white sand dunes and pine trees. Please stay off the sand dunes and respect the signs that point out the trail. It forms a short loop easily done in 20 minutes. Great for the family. Some shade once you hit the pine trees, and open sun when you're in the dune area. Be sure to wear footwear you don't mind getting sand in!

A spectacular place of beauty.... a blessing to behold.

Doesn't get any better in Florida. Fantastic this time of year. Mountain Laurel is intoxicating!

4 months ago

Did an 18 mile loop. Very flat, nice view of the lake from the campsite on Eastern Lake. Pack water, not many locations to fill up.

this app needs to update their map regarding relocated trail head

5 months ago

Nice flat little hike.

Short and pleasant with a chance to see a gator or two

So much fun for the whole family - lots to explore around the creek & easy to moderate terrain (not flat & boring). We took about 2.5 hrs to hike to the 1st suspension bridge & back with lots of stops in btwn to observe & explore! Many small timber bridges to help maintain the multiple small tributaries & trickling streams that feed the creek. Gorgeous suspension bridge “Two-penny Bridge” about 2 miles in. My boys - ages 9 & 12 - and I had a blast!

6 months ago

It’s a nice hike

Well maintained and marked trails. We saw quite a few people on bicycles and next time we will take our bikes as we feel this park is more suited for riding bikes and leisurely walks. We like hiking on more rugged and technical trails.

mountain biking
7 months ago

I'm getting ready to hike the Classic W Trek in Patagonia Chile next month. A couple of us decided to hike the 16 mile trail. We left one car at Scotts Rd and took the other car to Hwy 20 to start our trek. The trail is CLOSED due to hazardous conditions. Please don't think that you can find the trail unless you have GPS. I recommend walking the Scotts Rd entrance and then turn around when you are about 6 miles into it. There needs to be more signs once you get to Washinghead Campsite to help to NOT get lost.

Great trail! I did 4 miles out and back . The trail is well maintained and runs parallel with the creek. It was very peaceful having the views and sounds of the creek.

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