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Beautiful ride through forest and farming scenery. Easy to find parking, Repair Tool station, Bathrooms and Picnic tables and clear route signage. Civil war Historic site midway. Well maintained. Shows pride by the local community.
I wrote this trail in December on a beautiful 80¿ day Trail was in great shape while paved scenery was fantasticMany places on the island to get a bite to eat and a cold one after the ride
Rode this today starting on the east end into Palatka and back. Saw maybe 10 people on the trail the whole time. Lots of beautiful canopied sections. Since it was not sunny today the other sections were just fine. Will definitely ride this route again!
We absolutely loved this island trail. This map really helped us discover each trail section, otherwise we would have missed. The wildlife, surroundings, and beach views were spectacular. Would definitely like to come back.
So relaxing. Lots of shaded areas and rest stops. Definitely recommended!!
I have been cycling this wonderful trail for a number of years and it is sad to see the deteriorating condition of some parts of the trail due to a lack of maintenance. The trail is usually covered with debris in places and the weeds are taking over parts of the trail. Tree roots have made the asphalt surface so rough in spots that it is actually dangerous.
We started in palatka. Highlight of the trail was right at the beginning at the bridge. We parked at beat western as the trailhead was a bit sketchy. Once crossing bridge path was a little rough for a mile. After that the trail was great for the next five miles. Lots of shade. Very hot day. The trail then runs along 207 for about three miles and the traffic was a bit loud. Overall it was a good time.
We are novice riders and the trail was well marked and easy to navigate. A beautiful ride that also offered some shade.
I ride both sections often. Fat tire bikes (32c or better) are recommended for the north section. I’d like to point out that the north section starts at Chaney Road and not a bit more south as mapped on this app.
We rode this trail in January of 2021. Well maintained and pleasant to ride. We highly recommend this trial.
We were Rving at the State Park and completed a 34-mile ride using the 6-mile connector to get to the trail in Keystone Heights. If I were to do it again I would have parked in Keystone Heights as the 6-mile connector is adjacent to SR-100 and very uneventful. The area south of Putnam Hall was really pretty, but like many of these trails you do see the road, houses etc. Great surface for riding. We did see plenty of Gopher Tortoises out of their burrows, Fox Squirrels, and even saw a large brown snake going into a GT burrow.
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