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Tim Carpenter reviewed Dicerandra Scrub Sanctuary
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Hiking

Scrub brush in a neighborhood setting.

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Hiking

Pretty good. Some sport were wet. No crowds

Gale Newbold reviewed Buncombe Hill Hiking Trail
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HikingFeeGreat!

Well maintained and finely marked...take water when it is hot...and bug spray...very pretty

Tim Carpenter reviewed Ridge Trail via Biodiversity Loop
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Hiking

Biodiversity Trail was a nice loop though the Ridge Trail is mostly unshaded. Still a good hike and saw three tortoises.

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Nicholas Bastani reviewed Big Creek Loop
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Hiking

Nice and hilly, a good challenging hike.

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Jason Beck reviewed Rocky Bayou Nature Trail
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Hiking

These two trails lead off of the same trail head so you may as well do them both. It is a super easy two miles with numerous benches along the way. Most of the trail is tee covered and was not ridiculously hot in August. There are numerous areas where you can even get to the bayou shoreline and also see a stream that feeds the bayou. Wildlife is abundant and you’ll see skins, salamander and more. Signs mention to watch out for gators and snakes but I did not see any. Very friendly for kids or dogs.

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Tim Carpenter reviewed Tortoise Trail and Magnolia Loop
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Hiking

Almost all of this is shaded through a jungle like environment and hammock. Interesting trees and a visitor’s center. A little bit of mud but no water and there are several crisscrossing trails.

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Saw the following wildlife Deer Hogs Armadillos Box Turtle Monarch Butterfly Coyote Cardinal Crabs Spiders (Big!) White ergot Gray Heron Fun outing. Great to take bridge and also explore the National Wildlife refuge!

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Paul Kegel reviewed Spring Hammock Preserve Trail
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Hiking

This was my fourth or fifth time on this trail and I always enjoy it. It’s an easy Trail that you can count on being dry and shady during the rainy season. This was the first time that we took the side trail on the right. This part of the trail was beautiful and runs along the creek. However, the boardwalk is in terrible condition and broken in many places.I would not recommend going on the side trail with kids or pets.

Owen LaGrande reviewed Blue Run Trail
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Hiking

Paved trail. Would have wanted a less paved trail but whatever.

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Jason Beck reviewed Red Cedar Nature Loop
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Hiking

Super easy trail with numerous spots to sit if needed. Trail is marked by numerous signs showing indigenous species of plants and how they help the wildlife. Trail begins and near a kids park inside Rocky Bayou State park so you do have to pay an entrance fee. Restrooms are also close by

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HikingBridge outBugsWashed out

Took the main trail, shaded. All of the off shoots to the more primitive trail were blocked or under water.

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Hiking

This was by far the best Florida hike I’ve been on. The terrain was challenging and it had amazing scenic views. Parking was tough in the morning as it is a busy trail. I waited 20-30 mins for a spot. Loved the challenging terrain with both elevation and slanted slopes. Highly recommend for hiking!

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Howard Hufford reviewed Rooks Trail
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Hiking

Back and forth between shaded and open, wear sun protection! Well-maintained and not too many bugs today.

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Jonathan Barra reviewed Wet to Dry Trail
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Hiking

Excellent trial! Fresh, quiet, my favorite till this moment!

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HikingBugs

A fairly easy trail to traverse. I would Recommend going in the fall or winter, and or bringing DEET.

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Tim Trudrung reviewed Carter Road Trail
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Mountain biking

Highly recommend this place for mountain biking

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Allison Rohlman reviewed Longleaf Greenway
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Hiking

Sandy

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Easiest segment of FL Trail in a while. Yellow River segment is more challenging, so I was looking for a break and I finally got one. Great streams for cooling off. Enjoy!

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John Burkholder reviewed Savannas Preserve White Trail
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HikingGreat!

I thought it was amazing. I was there on vacation. I look forward to visiting Port Saint Lucie again because this trail is worth returning to.

Ryan Trentham reviewed North Fork Black Creek Trail
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this was an enjoyable trail. we brought bug spray so no issue there. we did come after a rain and much the trail was washed out. if you do not like spiders not the trail for you probably seen sixty golden silk spiders also seen a cottonmouth on the trail. a good trail just be vigilant when out and pay attention to signs for trail.

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HikingGreat!

Great short hiking trail. Well shaded, peaceful. Highly recommended.

Huarasi Cabeza Hernandez reviewed Hog Hammock and Promontory Trail Loop
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Scenic drivingGreat!

Good trail to spend the day

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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Nick Pimentel reviewed Tree Top Loop
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Hiking

It was fun

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