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Went down last week and rode with my daughter. It being a train route the trail is arrow-straight and pancake-flat. Saw folks rocking aero bikes and kids with training wheels. Lots of services available along the route. Well done!!
This trail was the third this week. We are tired, but- ONE more on the way home! It was nice, shady, had some bridges to go under. It truly is 14.5 so 29 round trip. It was smooth for the most part. It is a well liked trail and we saw many cyclists and walkers.
My husband and I rode the entire length and back of this trail today. It was an absolutely gorgeous day for a ride. We had a heck of a ride to Baldwin with the strong headwinds the entire ride. The east and west trailheads were very basic. The east end had a bathroom. The west end had a port a pot. Just in from the west end about 3 miles you will find the Baldwin Train Depot, we stopped and rested a bit there. There was a bathroom at the nature preserve a little further along. Close to the midway point was another trailend. The ride was nice, but not much to look at. We did see some gopher tortoises, I spotted a. Deer, but that was about it.
We had such a wonderful hike here and were able to take our dog and it was so beautiful.
This trail is gorgeous! Lots of shade, a steady cool breeze, and so many bunny rabbits! We timed our ride to watch the sunset from the bridge on the way back. It was stunning!
What a wonderful ride from Baldwin to mile marker 5 and back. With my bad knee, I have to keep it under 20 miles, and this was a lovely mostly shady ride.
Did the 14.5 miles on my ebike taking many photos along the way, Restrooms are available along the way, Definitely a must do.
We rode the loop and made a few off shoots for lunch and see a few sites. Very easy 95% paved trail. Parts of it you can ride the hard sand right on the coast, others your on a very hard packed sand/ dirt trail. It mostly paved and wide enough to allow on coming bikers to freely pass by. Numerous restrooms and benches. A great trail for a cool day. When it’s hot, parts of it are not shades at all and those areas would be uncomfortable. All the cross sections off the paved trail are fantastic shade and a fun leisurely ride.
I’ve been riding rail trails throughout the US for a few years. This loop around Jekyll Island is the most beautiful ride I’ve ever done. The scenery on the north loop section is breathtaking. I had to stop multiple times to take pictures and just breath in the view. The southern loop isn’t as pretty and has areas where you are riding on the road. But there wasn’t much traffic so I still felt safe. Absolutely a must!
Me and a friend started from the Imerson Rd trailhead and rode West. Parking lot w capacity of over 50 cars was almost full. But as we rode 2 miles onto the trail traffic disappeared. It’s paved, well maintained, very slight inclines and of course straight. We got stuck at the rr crossing just west of the 301 underpass so after 10 minutes we turned around . We were very satisfied with a 24 mile ride; stopping for lunch at the picnic area around mm 10. Great putting!
We travel around with our folding ebikes and explore good trails on traillink. Jekkyl island tops the list for the scenery, historic sites, wildlife, and the trail network. Absolute perfection.
This trial is mostly nice for biking, but the one negative is the 1 mile section of wooden bridge. The slats are quite worn, noisy and hard on a road bike with thin tires. A mountain bike, however, would handle it well. You definitely wouldn’t want children to get ahead of you on trail as the crosswalks can be busy and dangerous.
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