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Marjorie Harris Carr East from 49th Avenue Trailhead

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Marjorie Harris Carr Cross Florida Greenway

Marjorie Harris Carr East from 49th Avenue Trailhead is a 4.9 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Ocala, Florida that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 4.9 mi Elevation gain 213 ft Route type Loop

Dogs on leash

Kid friendly

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Alicia Pagnoni
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Hiking

We enjoyed this hike! But not that well marked. Good trail for dogs. Beautiful wildlife. Warm hike so bring lots of water

Teresa Bosworth
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A lot of open spaces, not good in the heat. Better during cooler weather.

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Kim K
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Hiking

Free! The trails are marked, some shared with horses and bikes. Signs for high bear activity, though I didn’t see any live, think we saw some evidence of activity. Most of the trail is shaded except for some paved and unpacked areas.

Tatiana Barreto
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Hiking

Beautiful long scenic trail with some scenery changes. If you're starting at the 49th Ave trailhead by Marion Oaks you take the foot trail then once you reach the Land Bridge sign you cross the little paved road to your left on to the sandy horse trail. DO NOT go straight as there are some seriously thorny flowers that will embed themselves in your skin and they can rip jeans. The flowers are also eye level with kids and dogs.

Michelle Hartley
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James Kirby
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Hiking

nice trails

Nick Kutz
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My 2 year old Dalmatian and I hiked this section of the FT on 4/19 at about 7am. Parking lot was easy to find and there was tons of parking. Getting on the hiking trail to the FT was fairly simple as long as you read the signs. I read about the trail before hiking and had a pretty good sense of where I was going. The hike itself was beautiful. Easy to navigate but enjoyable to hike. A lot of fun terrain but not too much where I wasn’t comfortable with my dog. I wouldn’t recommend this section to anyone with physical limitations. The Land Bridge is obviously super cool. Absolutely would recommend this hike! Finished the hike at 5.3 miles in 2 hours and 20 minutes.

James Gothard Jr
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Hiking

First time taking the trail today the trail head very good parking including a picnic covered picnic area very nice trail moderate hills walk you can go over the Land Bridge over I-75 definitely good place to bike and walk also.

Mike Bailey
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F T out and horse trail or multi purpose back. We did horse trail making this walk 5.5 miles.

Jay Verdesca
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Tiffany Carr
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Lori Mcdonald
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Gabriel Garcia
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Robert Mow
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Kaitlin Chmil
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Edwin Londono
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DeAnna M.
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Kyle Corley
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Randy&Trish Lott
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Michelle Hartley
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Shelley Perez
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Glenn Bukata
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Adain Pendragon
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Tom Calo
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Nate Lore
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Shelley Perez
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Pamela Zarem
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DeAnna M.
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Teresa Bosworth
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Teresa Bosworth
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