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Find the top rated cross country skiing trails in Saint Simons, whether you're looking for an easy short cross country skiing trail or a long cross country skiing trail, you'll find what you're looking for. Click on a cross country skiing trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.
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.
It is a great 6 mile paved path. We actually went off the path to American Beach. Stopped at a road side stand and bought oranges. We had a wonderful day.
Great trail. Not hard and would be great for kids and seniors. Trail is mostly shady. Lots of parking.
I was looking for bike trails. This is the one so far. Lovely area, good shapes to ride bike, peaceful place. Plus there is a lot of thing to do.
The combination of wide paved bike paths, looping wooded trails, and mixed use trails is about as good as casual bike paths can be. You're on a beautiful island filled with historic buildings and homes. The trails take you to all of the various island sites; shoreline, woods, swamps. It's not a ride designed for a workout. It's very flat and has lots of curves, pedestrians and road crossings to slow and watch for. You'll see islanders on work out rides pass by on nearby roadways. Those don't have bike lanes, but speed limits on the island are slow, so folks feel safe enough. Great way to visit Jekyll Island.
My husband and I rode this trail today and loved it! The scenery is a little bit of everything and all beautiful. We started at the Satilla River parking area and rode south. The trail takes you along the river, through a quiet residential area, then through the woods. Lots of trees and bird feeders through the residential area. The trail is in great shape, and it’s an easy ride. We will do it again!
Beautiful trail, loved this! Many crossings but drivers were very considerate of bikers. Rode from Big Talbot Island to Fort Clinch and back. Stopped at Sliders Grill on the beach for lunch. Perfect day.
Little to no scenery and close to a busy state road. I had to apologize to my family for wasting their time.
Deer, alligators, raccoon, etc...Lots of wildlife to see up close.
We did the second half of this trail through the boardwalk and to the Amelia Island bridge. Chose not to continue on pavement as it was busy Sunday road traffic. The bike trail was beautiful, interesting and over way too soon!
My hubby and I ride rail trails every weekend. This is my least favorite as there are too many crossroads. Too much traffic. For me, it was NOT at all relaxing.
However, I loved that we started at the ocean and could relax sitting and walking on the beach after our ride in both ends of our ride.
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