High Bluff Coastal Loop Trail is a 9 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Eastpoint, Florida that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and trail running.

Length9 miElevation gain134 ftRoute typeLoop
HikingrunningBeachForestViewsWildflowersWildlife
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Alli Jones
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Nice and easy, quite a bit of sugar sand and some standing water. Most of the areas had a boardwalk around the standing water except for a few. Several tracks and scat to identify. The dog enjoyed it! Good leisurely hike.

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ja Biggs
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Jade Gentry
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Harold Jesser
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Easy flat trail. This is an accurate recording of the west loop only. No facilities.

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John Baughman
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Trail sections were fantastic. Jeep roads were a misery. I will say extremely clean. I only saw 2 pieces of trash the whole way - pretty impressive. If you’re looking to stay on trails, the west loop is mostly trail. The south section of the east loop is traily too. But the north section of the east loop is all Jeep roads. The footing was loose and shifting. We tried to stay in the tractor tracks to find some stability. Tough slog. A few great views and lots of plants and animal life.

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Hugh Butler
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Hugh Butler
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Nice short hike nearby to where we're set up with our RV. Took two dogs with us for just over a mile. Fascinating transitional landscape.

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Cody Cohutta
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Great coastal scrub landscape and views. Watch for large spiders making large webs across the entire trail. I saw a large whitetail deer run across the trail on the side farthest from road. There are good paper trail maps at the trailhead(s). I didn’t connect the East loop because it was massively overgrown with tall thick grass. I tracked some other animal prints in the sand.

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Chance Shambaugh
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lots of plant diversity and really sandy. Overall a really pretty hike

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Mark Bossert
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Hiking

Nice easy stroll through A variety of pine forest types. Note this map does not correspond with the printed maps at the trailhead.

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Jesse Scott
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sand trail. marked well. simple woods walk. mosquitoes even in november. quiet with no one else around.

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Megan Tate
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not worth it, the woods have been cleared and there's nothing to see but sand and wood chips

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Glenda Hewett
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Lesley Pinckard
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HikingBugsNo shade

Tate's Hell is aptly named. Hot, sandy, buggy. part of trail appears to be closed for endangered species. too bad no notice at trailhead. This trail is probably much better during fall and spring. I would not recommend for summer!

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David Vaughan
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Peaceful bike ride around 9.6 mile loop.

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Jim Jackson
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Hiking

A nice walk in the woods in January. That's it, this is an uninteresting trail. But for getting out and some fresh air, this is as good one. We could only go a little over a mile on the Blue trail due to water. It had rained the night before and hadn't dried out yet. looked like people use this trail on bikes too.

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Travis Chafin
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Doesn't compare to the Blue Ridge Mountains, but a decent hike overall. Saw a snake and some eagles. The walk along the road was a little hairy at times.

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Mike Dearth
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The trail is located in Tate's Hell State Forest in Carrabelle, Florida. Both the eastern and western trailhead parking areas are accessible from US 319 just outside the town. The trail is mostly sand and the elevation change is pretty gradual so it isn't much of a challenge. There isn't much to see that you can't see from any other trail in Florida. During my visit, the northern side of the western loop was closed and we got caught by the rain so we took the road back to cut some time off. The trail map says it is the first trail in the forest so I am guessing it is relatively new. Not the greatest trail in the area but there are worse ways to spend a few hours.

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Ginger Butto
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Ginger Butto
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Keirsey Carns
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E’Beth Adami
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Derek Barton
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Kylene Gay
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Amanda Lucas-Godbey
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Layton Stephenson
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Layton Stephenson
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