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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.
This trail, we had high hopes for after big Talbot Island, but there were way too many cars too close to the street and way too many parking lots that you had to cross over it was not a relaxing ride
I love the trails here. Been riding my bike for 20 years now!
Great trail when to crowed. Shaded all the way to the bridge. Started at Peters Point ended at Little Talbot Islanders approx 22 miles. Took the street back due to trail being crowded by walkers and beach cruisers. Really nice trail .
Pro flat, shaded, not too many road crossings, well maintained. Con Not a lot of scenery, isolated, no food or drinks anywhere around.
Mid October ride was cool in temp but even a warmer day would take advantage of the shaded trails for cooling. Parked at the COVID closed convention center as were many other areas. Closed water park reminded me of Wally World. FYI entry to the island cost for all day parking. 8$ did not see this on the other reviews, maybe I missed.
We were really impressed with the mix of natural beauty and manicured park-like setting offered by Jekyll Island bicycle trail. Absolutely enjoyed ever second of the beautiful island. Georgia state parks system did this one perfectly. Can not wait to return.
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