Geneva Wilderness Trails is a 11.6 mile loop trail located near Geneva, Florida. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for hiking, walking, and mountain biking.
Really nice short trail, well maintained but bring a stick for spider webs. Flat trail completely, nice fishing pier to bring the kids. Took 45 minutes. Lots of birds to see. Trail is tight at first but gets much wider.
A very nice trail for early in the day. Any later and it's too hot as there's little shade.
I've seen bear tracks out here, as well as a doe, her two fawns, several gopher tortoises, and sand hill cranes to name a few.
Flat wide trail circling a pond. Nice chapel on the trail. There is a fishing dock on a small lake connected to the trail. Good hike.
If your the first person down the trail that day carry a stick to knock down the spider webs, and they're mainly big banana spiders. I love this hike, its nice and peaceful. Plus it has an abundance of edible and medicinal fungus.