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walking
13 hours ago

walking
13 hours ago

Was still covered in trash from Hurricane Irma but still not that interesting. Has some good views out to the bay/ocean but the scenery around you is not great. You go over a bridge at one point and there are lots of fish in the calm waters.

walking
13 hours ago

hiking
15 hours ago

Nice easy trail wich is part of a bigger trail system within Silver Springs State Park. Typical Florida ecosystems around a large sink hole which is located on the southern half of loop.

hiking
22 hours ago

hiking
23 hours ago

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.

Loved walking here! It was very serene and had tons of vegetation and small animals (mostly birds, frogs, and the like). Make sure to bring bug spray!

Difficult to find trails here. There was a short trail beyond a small entrance way near the front of the park. It had some beautiful views!

nice trail. gravel and dirt well maintained by the county. plenty of ups and downs. good for the whole family and the dog. more of a walk than a hike.

walking
2 days ago

Since I am local, only from the next town over, I would say that there is not too much to see here. The bridge was pretty and made for a change of scenery but other than that it was flat sand trails surrounded by palmettos and pine trees. I would consider this trail easy over moderate without a doubt excluding the fact that you can't really different between where this trail ends and the other close by trails begin. There were a few people we passed as we walked.

I loved the trail. I took my dog a couple of days after hurricane Irma came through, since we were not affected much, I didn't think it was a bad idea. The trail was marked well enough that we were able to follow it with a few small trees down. We made it to the first bridge before we decided to head back. Perfect distance for us to make a little day trip. On the way back is when I decided we might should've waited a little while longer before we hiked after a hurricane stirred everything up. In addition to the spider webs (expected) on the way in, we now ran into not one but two rattlesnakes (one tiny but coiled and one crossed the holed trail.) Luckily my dog did not even notice them (even though she stepped right on the huge one; she was a bit excited to get out of the house after the weekend inside) and even the coiled up rattler decided to give us a break. Needless to say, this hike turned into a nice trail run. I am hoping that more heavy traffic (as compared seeing noone at all) would change these circumstances. Just a heads up to be careful out there and I would recommend the trail! :)

Ummmm. This is a sidewalk along a road. Yes beautiful ocean views and manicured neighborhoods. Admittedly I only did 2 miles because.... it is a sidewalk

Quiet hike through the Lower Wekiva Loop at the Seminole State Forest. Trail was well marked. Pockets of shade and lots of open spaces so be careful when sunny and humid. Some some stretches of sugar sand. Overall a peaceful hike. Did not encounter much wildlife.

Beautiful walk. Very well designed and maintained.

Nice trail. Lots of river view and cypress forest as well as scrub. Easy hike well marked.

trail running
4 days ago