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Access Path to Beginner Flow Loop is a 0.8 mile out and back trail located near St. Johns, Florida that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and mountain biking.

Length 0.8 mi Elevation gain 6 ft Route type Out & Back
Kid friendly Hiking Mountain biking Nature trips Walking Partially paved River Views
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Jessica Ashton
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Walking

So pretty along the River. Great path. Walked it with my family and a baby stroller. We didn’t have problems with bugs and we went in the evening.

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Sara Cowan
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Hiking

Easy trail to walk on the paved path close to river. Kids wanted to walk the bike trail so we did that as well. Seemed to be some “off-road” type trails off of the main bike trail in the intermediate loop. Beautiful views of the St Johns. Kids loved it!

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britt aubley
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Hiking

Scenic walk next to the St. John’s River. Mostly paved trail and then a bike loop that goes through some dirt and leaves trails. Also possibly saw manatees at the end of the bike loop! A good short walk with lots of space for picnics

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nick markley
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Mountain biking

easy mtb trail, little rough on a gravel bike. a lot of roots and a few logs. twists and turns through the woods pretty good, very little elevation change, around 2.5 miles snaking through the woods.

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Heather Bundshuh
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Hiking
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Heather Bundshuh
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Hiking
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Malea Guiriba
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Paddle sports
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Kevin Malone
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Hiking
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Nora Burns
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Hiking
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Kevin Malone
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Hiking
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Hector Rivera
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Hiking
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Tom Wilk
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Hiking
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e riera
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Hiking
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