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We only had a limited time so we started from Amelia Island State Park (parking but no restrooms - park entrance is $2/person). Road 20 min north then had to turn around due to time constraints. Would love to come back when we have more time.
Western half of it is under construction still. Looks like it's almost done. We did sneak under the barricade (Not that I'd recommend it, we upset a Duvall workman). We were able to ride the whole trail.
It will be a beautiful trail when completed, but quite a bit of it still under construction.
Can anyone tell me if this trail is open , Have tried calling and no answer
This trail is 29 miles long. It's a very safe ride, with a few road crossings, but not bad at all. Mostly shaded asphalt all the way through. Currently under construction, unfortunately.
Really enjoyed this trail , we did it in 3 separate rides . So nice !! There are mile markers along the way . Very peaceful and runs beside highway 100 for a big part . Crosses roads in a few places but very safe . Highly recommend.
We started Imeson trailhead, great not to have to worry about cars, however we passed 2 all terrain motorized off road vehicles on the trail! Kind of scary seeing 4x4s coming towards you. Will try to get a picture and report them next time. Overall love this trail.
Although I Love this trail , there are areas where it needs some work , heaved pavement from tree roots . Would love to see Mile markers along the way as well . Definitely recommend it .
The surface is great, vegetation is nice, but you’re riding within 75-100 feet of a highway with constant car and truck traffic. Anything but quiet and serene as the description implies.
This is a great trail but it is currently closed for major work.
We road from Armstrong west about 10 miles for a 20 mile ride. Asphalt trail was well kept and all road crossings marked and safe. Potato and cabbage farms were huge and beautiful. Nice, flat ride if you want to relax.
Started at Twin Lakes and headed East for 10 miles and back. Perfect day!
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