Lake Griffith Red Trail is a 1.7 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Fruitland Park, Florida that offers the chance to see wildlife and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for walking and nature trips.

Length1.7 miElevation gain22 ftRoute typeOut & back
kid friendlyNature tripsWalkingForestLakeWildlife
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Chris Schliesman
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WalkingGreat!

A nice easy well marked and informative trail. A good length of it on boardwalk over wet area that's well maintained.

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Nicole Odom
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Bill Bokas
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Good trail. Well marked with boards down over the wet marshy areas.

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Felicia Rawls
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BackpackingGreat!

well marked trail. very nice peace and quiet. little soggy from last night rain, but no issues on trail itself.

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Thi Nguyen
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Jason Gustafson
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Susan Gurney
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Charles Taylor
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HikingFeeMuddy

This is a great trail, wet in spots, but they have built Board trails over the water, a couple of spots were a little muddy, but it rained the day before, those spots would probably be dry most of the time. This trail is well maintained and well marked. It would be a great trail to walk when it is hot, shade all the way.

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Victoria Taylor
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67 3:04

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Lynn Orourke
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HikingFeeFloodedMuddy

This is a beautiful park that harks back to old Florida. The trail itself is short but well marked and scenic. Information markers are scattered throughout. That said, know what you’re getting into if you go into the seasonal wet part of the trail. You will get wet and likely muddy. There are side by side two by four planks over water and mud. Some are barely above water and the planks are not wide enough. They’re also slippery. I would not go back to the trail unless it was dry. Which likely won’t be before February.

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Tim Schaeffer
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Hiking

Could only walk so far on 2x4s. It’s an ok trail

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Tarek Nagel
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CampingFeeGreat!

Is a short but very nice trail. At this time in September the half of the red trail is to wet. The rest is god. And dogs allowed on the leach. Love that

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Heather Tomeo
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WalkingBugsFloodedMuddy

Little wet.... please see picture I uploaded.

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Chatter Laing
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Justin C
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Tina Platt
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HikingMuddy

Nicely created trail in a small but lovely Park.

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Neusa Meadows
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HikingBugsMuddy

good trail easy and flat trail, beautiful trees, weather was nice, didn't see any wildlife, a little muddy

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E S
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Walking

Walk and talk with Mom. She is really getting weak . Hard for Rita to talk and really form thoughts

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Ette Sie
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HikingBugsMuddy

Great trail but very muddy. Take bug spray for mosquitos. There are a lot!

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Alan Bond
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Quaint, cute, beautiful (smallish) State Park. Very big tree!

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