Black Creek Ravines Hike is a 4.2 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Middleburg, Florida that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from October until April. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Nice quiet hike with the potential for like 10 miles. There are porta-potties right near the entrance and a few campsites scattered around. It's not exactly remote, there are houses and power lines visible from most of the trails, but I actually really enjoyed walking along the power lines. If you're quiet you can actually hear the electricity, which is weird and cool. There's a lot of sand though, as other people have said, and it definitely tires you out a lot faster.
nice walk. lots of animal tracks. big gopher turtle and red headed woodpecker confirmed sightings.
it was sandy. i rode my bike on it but its posted not to. nice workout but not to difficult.
Really nice trail. Only did a quick loop of the white trail. Reminding people though that dogs have to be on leash and you have control of your dog. Had a dog run up on me and my puppy. His owners walking a good distance behind. He was technically on leash, but just dragging it behind him.
Trails are sandy, like most in Florida, so you'll probably tire faster than you would otherwise. If you want some extra distance, take the white trail to the red and/or yellow trails too. The primitive campsite at the end of the yellow spur is in an absolutely gorgeous location along the creek. Print a trail map from http://www.floridaswater.com/recreationguide/blackcreekravines/