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Chuck Lennon Park Loop Trail is a 4.7 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near DeLeon Springs, Florida that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for nature trips and mountain biking and is accessible year-round.

Length 4.7 mi Elevation gain 72 ft Route type Loop

Mountain biking

Nature trips

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Please note: this area is prone to flooding and may close seasonally. Please research prior to your visit.

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Reviews (34)
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Recordings (34)
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Marc Nelson
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Mountain biking

Several of the most challenging trails closed during the rainy season (June and July). When they are open, this is the best trail within a 45 minute drive.

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Teresa Loomis
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Mountain biking

This was My 1st time out mountain biking on a real mountain bike loop. I've been in the woods before but not like this. I found that after I did the easy 1A few times I gained a lot of confidence and could go through the trees and over the roots and round the corners no problem. The blue still scared me. there Are some challenging rides out there for those who are more experienced. lots of fun though and beautiful. If you drive further down the road you can see there's loads of Parking and a nice family area for picnicking and bathroom facilities

Tracy Grubbs
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Mountain biking

Good easy to experience trails. All inter loop back on to each other. Fun for all levels.

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David Swanson
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HikingClosed

This trail is closed to hikers. Signs say bicycle only.

Jeremy Robbins
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HikingOver grown

These are all mountain biking trails.

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Shan Lady
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Vickie Hart
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One of my favorites

Susan Sullenberger
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Lots of roots so good for footwork! Humid though with a dense canopy.

Aaron K.
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Hiking

Went in early March 2016 and didn't experience the severe flooding other reviewers noted. The trail does cross standing water occasionally but there were wooden platforms in place to keep you out of it. Trailhead warns a 3 hour hike, but only took 2 at a leisurely pace with lots of gawking. Kind of your typical Florida hike with swampy scrub hammock and pine flatwoods. Lots of birds including (horned?) owl, woodpeckers and kite-tails

Matt Ayers
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Hiking

Called ahead to make sure it was open and got 2 miles in and found water up to our knees.... Ain't fond of snakes so we will try again! A muddy blast till then!

Dan Narkiewicz
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Hiking
First to Review

The trail warns a 2-3 hour hike, and tells you to check in at the ranger station. My hiking group is rather experienced and actually laughed at the thought that a 4-5 mile hike would take 3 hours, so off we went. In another season, we would've been right. However after a long series of storms earlier in the week about 40% of the trail was flooded. At times the water was thigh deep, and the bugs were horrendous. The trail markers on trees have fallen over at some points leaving you to find the next closest marker or circle for a few minutes trying. Once we got through the worst of it, we made it to the grassy path area (usually mowed in the spring). Not even 100ft into the grassy path we encountered a Cotton Mouth directly in the middle of the path. We were able to use a y shaped stick to hold it down as we passed around it (because no one wanted to turn back and be thigh deep in water after seeing that). We finished the loop and followed the path back out. 2 and a half hours after strutting confidently down the trail head we emerged covered in mud, covered in insect bites, feet cut up and full of thorns, down one pair of shoes lost to the mud, and really wishing that the Sugar Mill was still open so we could go eat our weight in those delicious pancakes.

David Castro
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Hiking
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Joseph Smith
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Loren Nappi
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Mountain biking
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Tracy Grubbs
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Mountain biking
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Brian Imbrunone
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Joseph Davis
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Mountain biking
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Joseph Davis
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Mountain biking
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Tracy Grubbs
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Mountain biking
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Inda Coetzee
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Josh Shoemaker
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Josh Shoemaker
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K Leeds
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Mountain biking
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Keith Kellison
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Mountain biking
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K Leeds
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Mountain biking
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K Leeds
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Mountain biking
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Rodolfo Pardo
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Hiking
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Keith Kellison
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Mountain biking
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Stephen Sevcech
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