21 days ago

The trail isn’t visible. It’s under water.

nature trips
1 month ago

The park was really pretty with lots of interesting oak trees but the trail itself was ankle deep water. I should have read the reviews first my bad.

Saturday, June 10, 2017

its not a bad trail, i would not go during the raining season there's alot of mud.

mountain biking
Sunday, January 15, 2017

Perhaps January isn't a good time of year to go--there wasn't much to look at. About 70% of the trail was all but ruined from all the deep horse prints in the ground. I had to set my mtn bike to the lowest gear, even with full suspension, and even then it was like riding on the back of a hayride over cobblestone. Painful and tedious. But-- the other 30% of the ride was cool... through an elevated aisle between palm trees. My trail dead ended into the 417, which was very anticlimactic considering all the work I went through to get past the horseshoe pits and mud. I will not bike this trail again. The view at the parking lot was more rewarding than the trail, at least for me.

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

It's gorgeous by the parking area. There are several huge oak trees dripping with Spanish moss.

Once you get past the first bit of the trail it gets so much better. For a good part of it you're up on a ridge among palm trees overlooking the grassy marsh.

I don't think it's used much anymore as bits of the trail are hard to distinguish.

Definitely wear bug spray as it's marshy.

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Some parts of this trail are pretty nice, however be prepared to get your feet wet during a rainy season, most of the trail can be flooded...this is wetlands after all.

24 days ago

Monday, January 02, 2017

Sunday, December 02, 2012