Inglis Island is a 6.4 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Crystal River, Florida that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and horses and is accessible year-round. Horses are also able to use this trail.

Length6.4 miElevation gain98 ftRoute typeLoop
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JENNIFER STEES
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HikingGreat!

Great trail, very clear, wide path and easy to follow. Did see quite a bit of horse poop and some dog poo, which was less exciting but understandable being a horse trail also. Seen 3 deer and an armadillo. Would definitely recommend and be back.

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Kelly Muir
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Hiking

Beautiful, scenic route. Only drawbacks were that you share the trail with horses, so have to watch out for poop, and a couple of places could have used better trail markers.

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Mary Engstrom
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Hiking
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Julie Rogers Dolder
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Horseback riding
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Bill Lightfoot
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Hiking
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Mary Engstrom
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Hiking
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Russ Dempsey
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Hiking

Well maintained trails with a variety of terrain including a paved path from the dam to the canal lock. A combination of wooded and grassy areas to hike through. Very tranquil setting with very few people on a weekday. A couple of pavilions on the water with picnic tables and clean port-a toilet at the parking area.

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Anne Madden
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Hiking

Mostly grassy walk around the island. You see a lot of water views as well as the locks. No wildlife.

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Eric Drenckhahn
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Hiking

it was a great ride, don't forget to take the right hand turn at the bench to go through the woods about the middle of the trail

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Cheryl Quintana
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Hiking

beautiful ride

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Lori Lewis
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Horseback riding
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Kim Johns
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Dale Hoch
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HikingGreat!

This is a fabulous hiking trail. Access the trail by walking over the Lake Rousseau Dam. Saw deer and alligators on the walk. Very tranquil walk

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S F
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Hiking

This spot was beyond anything we ever imagined. The trails were easy to follow and beautifully maintained. We ran into armadillo and deer and what we think was even a Florida panther.. The vegetation is lush and beautiful. It was like walking through Jurassic park! Easy for any level.

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Cheryl Bishop
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Hiking
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Lori Lewis
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Horseback riding
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Hope Sonntag
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RunningGreat!

It was awesome! Only a few people, beautiful view of the water at beginning of trail, and best part...you cant get lost, its an island!

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Alyssa Ganci
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WalkingGreat!

My dog and I really enjoy this spot because there’s a huuuge opening at the beginning of the trail which means tons of room for him to chase a ball and run around on his long lead! Every time we’ve gone we’ve either ran into no one else or only 2 people; so if you’re looking for a little solitude, or maybe you have a reactive dog like I do, it’s perfect because even if you run into someone, there’s more than enough room between yourself and them since the place is so big. If you’re really quiet walking through the woods you have a good chance of seeing deer {my absolute favorite part} and there are TONS of butterflies as well! Some parts are paved, others are just natural ground but the majority of it is nicely shaded which is very appreciated here in FL, lol! Overall a great place and one of our favorites to go to in the area. :)

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Manny Delcharco
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Mountain biking

Nice mountain bike ride, about half was grass, the other paved. Historical barge canal info. Nice and secluded, no other hiker/biker seen

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Jjj Jjjhgg
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Hiking

Grassy and flat. Not a lot of shade. A few public toilet facilities but no potable water.

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David Ledford
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Joseph Derrick
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HikingBugsOver grown

Long stretches of sunny path. Be sure to wear a hat and sunscreen. Grassy path at times that is a bit overgrown. The middle portions of the trail are wooded and beautiful. Water at your side for the majority.

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Bruce Morse
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Hiking

Not much shade. Part paved

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Tom Bobrowski
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Hiking

Solid trail. Trail head not marked. Park at the dam, walk over the dam bridge, and either go left down the paved portion or right which is unpaved. No matter, they join at the canal if you're walking the entire loop. We were the only hikers, plenty of horse traffic. Mix of sun and shade, zero bugs.

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Wendy Lodati
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Hiking

My favorite to take my dogs we do the whole loop or break off some times down fire road

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Susan McLeod
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HikingMuddyOver grown

Most of the access roads into this area were closed due to flooding. Most of the paths were closed due to flooding. I had no idea the flooding was so bad along US 19. Climate change?

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Howard Hufford
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HikingBlowdownMuddyNo shadeOff trailOver grown

Not well-marked. Confusing at points. You can't get lost as it is just an island, but the blue markers do not clearly mark the path. Saw: Armadillo, Deer, Rattlesnake. Almost killed by Rattlesnake.

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