Half Moon Wildlife Management White and Blue Loops

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Half Moon Wildlife Management Area

Half Moon Wildlife Management White and Blue Loops is a 6.9 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Inverness, Florida that features a great forest setting and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and mountain biking.

Length6.9 miElevation gain59 ftRoute typeLoop
HikingMountain bikingNature tripsWalkingForestViewsBugs
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Jeanne Thompson
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Horseback riding
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Mary Damico
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Hiking

Nice easy walk. Trail was soft sand most of the way in pine forest. We followed the yellow trail blazers.

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Ed Wais
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Hiking
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Sheri Hall
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Hiking

I took my bike on what's supposed to be a horse or hiking trail so the writing was kind of rough which was perfect because I'm getting back in shape and it worked well for me. There was some Sandy spots I couldn't ride through but the trail was well marked and it was a nice quiet ride.

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Jennifer Anne
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Hiking

I wish I would have discovered this wildlife Management area years ago. on Christmas day I took my dog out and my very first 5 minutes we saw a rattlesnake a dough a cardinal and many many finches and squirrels. it is absolutely peaceful if you want silence or the sound of only nature a place to clear your head to absorb all of God's greatness this is it. the oak trees are enormous and beautiful you can tell they are full of life. everything seemed Fuller and more of life than the average daily walk. maybe it was because it was Christmas day and I felt so full of joy but I highly recommend this park to anybody. there are several trails to choose from my dog and I ended up walking two trails for a total of six miles make sure you bring water.

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KB Equestrian
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Horseback riding

This is a ride to the boardwalk, pendarvis road, blue trail.

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Matt George
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Hiking
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Kim K
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Entered the yellow trail from the west, all sugar sand, very hard to trudge through, no shade. Got about 1 mile in and had to turn back due to a algae-ridden pond that made it impossible to get to the other side of trail. Would not recommend the yellow trail for hiking.

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Adain Pendragon
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HikingBugsGreat!

Long, well maintained, trails for hiking and horseback riding. Hiked the yellow, blue, and white trails. I wouldn't recommend the yellow as the horses really tear up the trail and make it hard to walk. Blue and white are great with lots of markers that are easy to follow. The rangers station in the middle of all the trails is really nice with a bathroom and covered pavilion.

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Tarek Nagel
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WalkingBugsGreat!Muddy

Is a very nice area. For my first time it was not easy to follow the way. Yellow is a nice loop. We did yellow and a part of white. White was not so easy to see. All fine we did 5.29 miles

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Andrew W
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HikingBugsMuddy

Hiked the Yellow/White/Blue/Yellow trails that ended up at 7.13 Miles. Parts of the trail were under water but it only took a few feet of detour to make it past the submerged spots. Horse flies were prevalent throughout, but it turns out the TICKS were worse. We had 16 between us that we removed. Trail was well marked and easy to navigate. Saw plenty of wildlife.. wild hogs,snakes, turtles, sand hill cranes, cattle, armadillos. Took us 3hrs and 46 seconds at a slow pace taking plenty of pictures.

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Greg H
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Hiking

Nice well marked trails. Yellow/white/blue/red trails.

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John Benkowski
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I hiked both the Red and Yellow trails. Both are well marked and easy.

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Glenn Smith
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Hiking

Red loop 1.3 miles - good warm up well canopied. Yellow Loop - 3.5 start to left to get sandy stretch out of the way. Well maintained and quite another enjoyable canopy to keep out the direct sun. Worth the hike

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Richard Abrams
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very wet on blue and white loops.

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KB Equestrian
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Hiking
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KB Equestrian
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Troy Simpson
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Hiking
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Lisa Wolfkill
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Hiking
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Joan Mottl Michele
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Jack Holt
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