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You are seeking a log only. Please use care when removing and replacing. Although rattlesnakes are common and prevalent in Florida forests, you won't be in danger here if you stay on the path. BYOP
Welcome to the beautiful Julington-Durbin Creek Preserve. This requires a significant hike approximately midway on the four mile white blaze trail. The trail is well defined but loose sand most of the way. You could hike the trail, ride a bike, or ride a horse just remember to bring plenty of water! The area is located on a peninsula (2,006 acres) formed at the confluence of Julington and Durbin creeks, and has approximately nine miles of shoreline along the two creeks. The peninsula is a long sandy ridge that grades into floodplain swamp and marsh along the creeks’ shores. Natural communities consist of sandhill along the higher areas near the center of the peninsula and flatwoods at the lower elevations. The preserve contains extensive floodplain wetlands, providing water quality and floodplain protection for both creeks and the St. Johns River.
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Last Updated: on 3/8/2017 7:48:17 AM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (3:48 PM GMT)
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