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Great hike in the area with wide trails, not overly sandy, and hardly any people (or in our case, none). Good bird-watching and some diversity of environment throughout the loop trails.

Great hike in the area with wide trails, not overly sandy, and hardly any people (or in our case, none). Good bird-watching and some diversity of environment throughout the loop trails.

Shaded trail to canoe launch.

Easy trail with some nice scenery. No snakes, but I did stumble across a bunch if baby feral hogs.

Nice little trail. Very easy. I saw a squirrel, a turtle & snake (2 different spots) crossed my path, a bunch of dragonflies, two different kinds of butterflies, a fish and a turtle in the water and a wood pecker. The trail has a little variety in the path such as roots in the trail, nice board walks placed here and there, Curves and lots of little side paths to the river. It is mostly in the shade of the trees but of course there is sun too. That’s a green right now some purple and white flowers blooming some moss, pines, palms, oaks, brown pencil like leaves on the ground and tiny clam shells in water. Water for the feet was refreshing. I opted to only do half the trail.

1 day ago

Very enjoyable hike. Lots of wood walkways to break up the trail and very nicely shaded in most spots. Marked well and just a couple of tricky spots. Nice midway break along the St. John's River. Lots of bugs but they left me alone mostly.

This was a perfect in town get away trail. Very surprised with as close as this is to housing and major roads, this was a very quiet and peaceful walk.

nice trails. well marked. facilities are clean. bring a lunch and give yourself some time. wildfire all around. shaded testing spots on the trails as well.

this is a nice drive. pay attention to everything. you never know what you'll see.

Good mileage. Well maintained.

All Decking and Blacktop. Nice, Flat with plenty of Spanish Moss. Better for bikes or runners. Baby Gator was neat at the end.

I went here today but I wasn't sure where the correct place to park as a non shearwater resident is. The suggested trailhead is at the end of a cul-de-sac and it felt inappropriate to park here. If anyone has any feedback regarding a non resident utilizing the trail, regarding where to park, I'd appreciate the feedback. thanks!!

Pretty terrible. Just a fire road. Boring. Really rough terrain. It's like riding in a rock garden. Just say no to this on a MTB

One of my favorite trails in Jax. Awesome mix of forest and marsh views.

very easy Trail, plenty of shade and places to picnic. if you don't like the crowds this is the place to go. you pay $5 to get into the park, but if you're s disabled vet it's free. If you want to come here often it"s best to buy a yearly pass as it's cheaper.

a beautiful, peaceful place. Family-friendly with nice walking trails, the only drawback if you want to consider it one is the intense wind., which most likely most of it came from the storm it came through the day before. You can walk through a self-guided tour of the defense positions for the coastal.

awesome trail. 1st time doing it. started at Jones head and walked the snake trail although the various connecting trails. total miles 7.5. highly recommend going by the river trail. very scenic and peaceful.

Great trails but a lot of ticks for the pups!

mountain biking
2 days ago

Perfect for a roadie trying to develop trail skills. Some hills,some jumpable bumps, some off-the-main-path, rooty single track. Not too crowded. Lots of folks with dogs. Mid-afternoon Sun through the trees made the dappled trail more interesting. The listed distance is round-trip.

We started at the Oak Park trailhead and hiked north to the FR 329 trailhead and double-backed (total 7.5 miles). We only saw two other people. It rained heavily the day before but the trail was mostly dry. Lots of ticks. There are numerous points along the trail to view the river. Beautiful hike!

horseback riding
2 days ago

Always a great ride. Seen several deer and hawks. Creek crossings are crystal clear and so much fun. Magnolia trees are getting ready to bloom and the sweet smell is already in the air. Get out in nature she will pay you back with a good time every adventure.

We loved it! We saw manatee, jumping fish and birds fishing!!

2 days ago

Dog friendly lots of traffic and a beautiful view.

no shade
2 days ago

Easy walk for kids, stroller with 6" plastic wheels made it semi easily over the hard trail surface. would be a great mountain or hybrid bike ride. says no dogs on the sign but I saw a bunch of them. NO SHADE so prepare on hot days.

horseback riding
off trail
2 days ago

The East loop is much nicer. The west loop is closed due to downed trees and is boggy in places. Still it wasn't a bad ride.

2 days ago

Well marked beautiful trail.

2 days ago

mountain biking
2 days ago

Great ride! Some points were impassable because of water but it poured all day yesterday. Rode 7 miles and had an awesome time. The swampier parts had some mosquitos but nothing to crazy.

Nice walk, stroller with 6" hard tires moved semi easily over the hard packed rock trails. NO SHADE so prepare, cool lakes and nice views. Parked easily on Osowaw Blvd in the designated parking lot. great trails if you have a mountain or hybrid bike. says no dogs on the sign but I saw lots of dogs.

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