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Christian Point Trail is a 5.2 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Homestead, Florida that offers the chance to see wildlife and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, nature trips, and bird watching and is accessible year-round.

Length 5.2 mi Elevation gain 19 ft Route type Loop
Kid friendly Hiking Nature trips Bird watching Views Wildlife Bugs No dogs
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Getting There

Florida Office of Visitor Inquiry, Division of Tourism, 126 W. Van Buren Street , Tallahassee, FL, 32399-2000, Phone: 904-487-1462

Directions from Flamingo, FL: Christian Point Trail is located one mile north of Flamingo along Main Park Road. Signage is good.

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Noel Bü
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HikingFloodedMuddyOff trailOver grown

Der etwas andere Trail. Etwa 1/3 der Strecke ist sehr schlammig oder überflutet (max. 30cm). Der Rest ist stark bewachsen, es fällt schwer zu erkennen, woher es geht. Möglich, aber abenteuerlich!

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Lily Scivicque
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Hiking

Mid February and we were unable to access the trail once we turned off of Main Mark Road. The boardwalk was falling apart and it was too muddy to go any further past .1 miles in. We had to turn back. If you don’t want to walk from flamingo marina, you can park up to three vehicles on the side of Main Mark Road.

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John Saluke II
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Starting with open and muddy. Spotting the trail in the middle section is difficult as it goes through close, overgrown trees. The last third is similar to the first with mud. Walking stick and boots highly recommended.

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John Saluke II
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The trail is the driest I've seen it all season, but still has 3-4 inches of mud and areas of standing water. Good distance. Birds, crabs, and bugs with lots of animal tracks. Hiking poles/walking stick, boots, and sunscreen suggested.

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Rachael Pahl
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Hiking
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Scenic and quiet through coastal prairie and hardwood hammock, ending at a peak of Florida Bay. Bring a bug jacket and head net because the mosquitos are pretty heavy.