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Included within the Blind Willie McTell Trail, the Blind Willie McTell Trail Tree Walk allows individuals to enjoy many varieties of trees as they walk along the trail. A virtual tree map is available on the KSBB website, which is a local organization that works in partnership with the city to advocate for litter prevention, beautification, and community greening.
The route connects a number of the city's parks and provides opportunities for both recreation and daily commutes. Running through downtown, the trail is an urban oasis of green spaces, trees, and offers respite from the concrete jungle.
The City of Statesboro and the Coastal Regional Commission of Georgia (CRC) are working together to implement a transit system that will include both an east-west and a north-south route.
The Coastal Regional Coaches pick-up/drop-off transit system provides regional transportation services for any purpose across Georgia's 10 coastal regional counties, including Bulloch. Schedule your trip 24 hours in advance. The service runs Monday through Friday from 7am to 5pm. The base rate for a trip within one county is $3 one-way/$6 round-trip. For multi-county travel, the cost if the base rate plus $3 per county crossed. Visit the website for the Coastal Regional Commission of Georgia to reserve your trip.
Parking is available at the northern end of the trail in a linear public lot on Railroad Street, which includes at least one accessible space. Along the trail, parking is available at the Statesboro Bulloch County Park (1 Max Lockwood Dr), which has several accessible spaces. There are a number of other parking options available, including 2-hour free parking along Main Street and several unrestricted parking lots. Check any signage before parking.
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