Great trail for family hike!

hiking
2 months ago

My wife and I had an awesome hike on the Serenova Tract this week. We began by making our way to the fishing lake noted on the map, and continued south to some lovely river crossings in beautiful woods. It was a fabulous place to stop and eat some snacks away from the heat. Really my favorite part of the trip. From there, progressed west on some water logged but exposed trails. Then headed north then east along a route by the power lines then back to the lake. The trip was enjoyable and about 10 miles. That was slightly longer than anticipated, but all around a nice journey.

Items to note: Definitely a fair amount of exposure on a number of the trails, route can be sandy or rocky at times, river crossings exist but are a blast to cool off some and filter some water, and my main complaint is the lack of signage and overgrown trails on the far west side near the power line route that heads north-south. Otherwise, well marked per the map at the entrance. Also, really nice camping spots near the entrance!

mountain biking
2 months ago

They added some new trails, to include Twisted Pine and Deliverance, on the south side of the paved trail. These are very nice trails, flow, and are usually high and dry. As opposed to the northern trails, which don't flow as well and are frequently muddy.

hiking
2 months ago

mountain biking
2 months ago

Great trail my first time here but got terribly lost. real dense woods. Lots of holes and roots on trail.

road biking
3 months ago

Peaceful and great views for picture taking!

horseback riding
3 months ago

as another rider stated the rocks can be a issue for horses with tender feet but if you stay on the very edge of the trail you can avoid most of the rocks but once you get past them its a great ride you can walk or run like the wind one day my friend and I rode for over 8 hours we made it all the way to S.R. 54 and back

horseback riding
3 months ago

we have been riding on these trails for several years Great Place to go but of course you need your own horses it is beautiful

hiking
4 months ago

My first hike in Florida, nice easy trail, well we call them dual tracks or roads in Colorado. It's well marked and the app worked great when I took a wrong turn. A little burn at the beginning but quickly got out of that. Avoid hiking the power line road it's just boring and hot. Thanks

hiking
5 months ago

Always enjoy the trail. Plenty to see and very isolated. The lakes are perfect for fishing and the campgrounds have fire rings and a bathroom!

All I want to do is the actual 10 mile, Starkey Loop that's on all the maps. So far, both times, the trails have been either gone, poorly marked, or not marked at all. Beautiful hike though.