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The path starts off with numerous tree roots. Big ones you can see but lots more under the leaves. Very bumpy ride. Better for hiking.
It’s a nice easy walk. You can’t get lost and there is signage explaining the area and sights. There are no restrooms or portopotty - So go To the restroom before you start your walk.
This will once again be a nice ride when the work is completed. About 2 1/4 miles from the gate at the Ft. Pulaski end (which is closed and locked) a bridge is out and I thought impassable. Also, much of the trail is overgrown. The ranger at Ft. Pulaski, who does not care if you ride the trail, said the contractor keeps finding new problems and has to go back and renegotiate, so it may be a while before its finished.
We enjoyed this trail a lot!! Nice and flat. Part of the trail is closed for reconstruction but we simply detoured around the area and it was still a beautiful and nice ride.
I have run it several times. The parking lot is not located where the map shows it. The run from the lot to under the highway can be sketchy, there was a neighborhood under construction and some trash from there is on the trail. Once you get by all that it is nice, we see deer, turtles, and alligators. Going towards the marsh is a nice run early with the sunrise and animals running around. If you do a little history lesson of the area it is really neat how the area was used for rice farming and timber harvesting.
They are replacing some of the boardwalk bridges. Still closed.
Not a whole lot to see here. Definately one of the least scenic trails I've been on. Came out and pulled 7 or 8 ticks off of me.
I enjoyed the day! Beautiful sky, nice and open!! If you’re okay overlooking the closed signs you’re good!
I am so grateful to have this convenient and amazing park to retreat to on a regular basis. Just one of the many things I love about Richmond Hill, GA.
Cecilia Bird Team@ Remax Accent
April 22, 2019 - I was able to get on the trail from the west entrance, but about a quarter mile in both directions there are big gaps in the trail where it looks like some sort of bridge or structure has collapsed. Lots of construction equipment in the parking area.
Tried to access today and signs at trailhead said Closed with barricades blocking entry.
I started out at Fort Pulaski and only got 0.7 miles in before reaching an impassable bridge. Went to the halfway point parking. Heading east led to a spot that had severe erosion. Heading west wasn't as bad. There was some erosion but I was able to go more than 2 miles from that point. It is beautiful and peaceful out there but I wanted to do 12 miles and was not able to because of the lack of maintenance of the trail.
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