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Jacob Rozansky reviewed Citrus Tract Loop B
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HikingGreat!

Beautiful Trail. Cave waypoint is wrong by about 1/10-1/4 of a mile. I came up to the waypoint from the west and spent about 30 minutes looking for the cave until I found it just a bit east. Pack a lot of water unless you plan on side tracking to the water pump. There was someone set up at camp already so I ended up hiking the whole thing in a day.

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Hiking

Very sandy, very hot, very fun. lots of wildlife on my trip but bring sun screen and bug spray

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Stephanie Coutant reviewed Little Manatee River Short Loop
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Hiking

6.5 miles first half is well traveled, back half not so much, trail wet in some places in summer, and overgrown with grass. You can still keep the trail but it's a little tricky for stretches. Mostly shady but don't stay for midday in summer.

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Alyssa Mikell reviewed Dutton Island Preserve
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HikingGreat!

Gorgeous trail! Traverses through a maritime hammock and right along the intercoastal. Partially shaded. We didn’t have any issues with bugs surprisingly.

Elsa P. reviewed Citrus Tract Loop B
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HikingGreat!

Trail was well marked, lots of ups and down, well shaded, great hike... highly recommend this trail. Bring lots of water

Alex Crain reviewed Pine Island Trail
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Hiking

First small bit was under shade and then 1.5 miles in full sun over white sand base well maintained. After mile 2 it got soggy and the grass was very high.

Sarina Feldman reviewed John Prince Multiuse Trail
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There’s literally a TENT TOWN of homeless people, ladies please don’t walk this trail at night or after dusk. I really don’t feel comfortable on it at all, not just that but I’ve witnessed strangers being told off by parents because they were creeping around the playground. It’s a shthole now. The entire area is.

S Davis reviewed Lake Rogers Park Trail
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Hiking

Nice shaded love peaceful atmosphere. Multiple walking routes! I will be back

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Sydney Morton reviewed St. Francis Trail
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We went as far as the second signs marking the way to St Francis and the Yellow loop, making this mornings hike about 3.5 miles total. I enjoyed it, but if you decide to go be warned that there is no shortage of mosquitos and large spiders and spiderwebs. i will say that all of the webs were above my eye level (i’m 5’7) and i only had to duck a little. the recent rain has created some large puddles that can be tricky to get around, especially one about a mile in that coincides with a small stream (a perfect storm), however it is definitely not impossible to get over and once you figure it out it’s easier the way back. there’s also plenty of thick tree roots to step over, so if that’s not your thing definitely skip this one. even if the puddles are annoying the mud has made the entire trail cooler than most, so that’s nice!

Jerrold Fallstrom reviewed Daubenmire Trail
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Hiking

Had the trail all to myself, interesting walk with nice canopy. There are a couple of offshoots to explore including a 440-foot boardwalk that ends in a canal that goes to Lake Dunham. This is an off-the-beaten track gem!

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Stephanie Dunn reviewed Suwannee Sandhill Trail
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Hiking

Wonderful! Great wildflowers and butterflies! Also saw Red Headed Woodpeckers!

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Great hike, but would be better when it is cooler, a great way to get out and about:)

Theresa Fernandez reviewed Little Talbot Island Hiking Trail
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HikingBugs

The beach portion was beautiful. The woods section was nice but we ran into too many mosquitos pretty immediately. We ended up turning back and just walking down the beach again.

Curtis Delnista reviewed Banyard Trail and Seminole Trail
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Hiking

Actually if not for the heat a great easy hike.

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Melissa Massicotte reviewed Wekiwa Springs White and Red Loop Trail
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Hiking

Mostly shaded, some wildlife, small elevation changes, flat - good footing, not a ton of people

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Danko Polny reviewed Moses Creek White Trail
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Hiking

Omg! The flies. Be ready with the repellent. Serious.

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Elias Jowdy reviewed Little Talbot Island South Loop
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Walking

Beware of the aggressive swarms of mosquitoes in the wooded portion of the trail. We had to run for our lives in order to avoid being eaten alive. The beach was nice.

Brad Beall reviewed Big Bay Trail
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First to Review

This is a great trail that offers two excellent primitive campsites. It's a mix of shade/no shade, so plan accordingly. The view at the Wood Duck Campsite is not to be missed. Don't forget to bring bug spray.

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Tim Carpenter reviewed Hontoon Island Shell Mound Trail
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HikingMuddy

Excellent set of trails on an island that you reach by way of a short ferry trip across the St. Johns River (2 or 3 minutes across). There's a decent size parking area at the dock. Once you get across there's a visitor's center (still closed as of 8/7/20), small store and campground a little further on. There are several miles worth of trails running all over the island, more than what's listed here. I tried to hit the highlights and did 6.4 miles altogether and still didn't do all of them. If you're going in the summer though, prepare for some wet conditions. As of 8/7/20 there was quite a bit of water on the trails, though nothing terrible. Mostly about 2 inches in spots, though there were two areas in the pine flats where it was just over my ankles. At least it was clear and grassy out there. As Sarah pointed out before me, Whitney, who piloted the ferry on my over, was extremely helpful and pointed out some features I didn't know about and I'm glad he did. Hopefully I'll be able to come back for a camping trip some day.

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Hiking

Holy mosquito, wooded part was not worth it due to mosquitoes. I say just do the beach part of trail.

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HikingGreat!

This trail was so much fun! The trailhead was hard to find at first- the post is not super visible but we did find it at last. You park on the side and the trail is on your left. The first .60 mile has no shade after that it’s pretty shaded. We hiked 5.12 miles, no bugs- lots of cobwebs so be on the lookout.

Stephanie Townsend reviewed Juniper Springs Recreation Area Trail
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Hiking

Only gave 3 starts because so many trails closed due to COVID but if you can make your way around you are rewarded with a beautiful sand boil spring. The main swimming area wasn’t too crowded on a Monday but the Flies are incessant.

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Lindsey Chapman reviewed Maple Set Trail
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HikingBlowdownWashed out

I really enjoyed the trail and would have loved to do the whole loop but it was blocked with fallen trees that were to much for the littles! True old Florida though!

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Tammy Walsh reviewed Florida Trail: East Bay River
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Hiking

Trail is overgrown. Could not even find where the trail began. Waste of time.

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Hiking

Well shaded most of the way. Some pretty views of the river. Slow going on the way out due to multiple huge spider webs with very large spiders spanning the trail. Luckily we brought hiking sticks and used those to clear them out, so the way back was easier. Follow the orange markers. In a few places this app was invaluable to keep you on the trail.

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