Explore the most popular trails near St Augustine with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

kid friendly

hiking

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good clear trail, kids lost interest quickly, variety of animal tracks found

scenic driving
6 months ago

Plan your visit Castillo de San Marcos around when they shoot the cannon. Not a wanna be wimpy cannon, a full on rocking cannon. Lots to eat and many activities near by.

inside state park fee to enter

Mostly hard pack roads and pine forest. We did a 6 mile loop. It was a nice Sunday hike but not much to look at.

Short but nice

Easy clear path

Sunday, January 15, 2017

Love walking in the old town St Augustine so much to enjoy and the history is wonderful and all the beautiful shops and quite back streets to investigate

scenic driving
Monday, November 07, 2016

Beautiful old town to visit. Have been there several times.

walking
Sunday, November 06, 2016

We did it as a combination of walking and scenic driving. We particularly enjoyed exploring the unique Old City and Castillo de San Marcos. And the kids happily got in some extra trick-or-treating, as many of the local shops and restaurants were handing out candy the day before Halloween.

hiking
Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Hilly (particularly for Florida), but wouldn't take you longer than 30 minutes to complete.

Trees. Lots of trees

hiking
Friday, February 05, 2016

Very nice trail.

walking
Friday, February 05, 2016

I really liked this walk! It was a nice wide trail. Walked with my dog and she had a great time as well. Not very much wildlife but the trees/shrubs made lovely scenery.

walking
Tuesday, February 02, 2016

Not much to see, wide open trails.

walking
Tuesday, February 02, 2016

Quiet, easy walk.

Tuesday, December 08, 2015

fantastic ride along the beach but only at low tide. Did about 10 miles out and back. When the wind is against you it can be a little tough but when it is with you there is nothing better.

New signs have been put in along hwy. 206 just west of the drawbridge to mark the location of this trail. A 3.8 mile single track/one way mountain bike trail has been cut through the area within the last couple years. To get to the trail head, enter at the eastern end and ride in on the dirt road about 2/10's of a mile. The single track trailhead will be on the right hand side. The trail goes through multiple types of terrain. There's lots of curves, narrow bridge challenges, logs to cross over, mild hills, roots, and a senior section along a bluff which overlooks the estuary. Once your finished riding this, I suggest you then ride the dirt road (trails), as they are very senic with large old oaks creating a curtain head. The trees are full of Spanish Moss making for a very senior ride. Camping is allowed, but only at one of the four designated sites on a first come, first serve basis. This area is free to use and camp at. Remember to bring insect repellent, as there's plenty of a. I give this area 5 Stars, as the single track trail can be very challenging.

Monday, October 05, 2015

Ancient Dunes is a nice little trail in the state park. I was surprised it wasn't just a flat trail. We had fun walking around the trail.

Nice walk with the family. Fairly uneventful but good geocaching in the area.

on Trout Creek

paddle sports
Thursday, October 30, 2014

I've taken both kayaks and canoes on this creek and it's always such a great paddle. Very slow and enjoyable. I've done this in summer and winter time and it never disappoints me.

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