“A sandy, yellow-blazed trail loop that connects to the Red Trail.
— Ryan Spr
About 1/3 of this trail has sun exposure, which can make things hot, especially in the summer.
At 1.1 miles, the trail enters a stretch of full sun as it makes a sharp left to lead you into a palmetto prairie. A double blaze leads left, and it’s here you see a forest of “wiggly trees” – these oaks are growing so close to each other that their trunks resemble something out of a Dr. Seuss book.
Sand pine scrub, well-established oak hammocks, pine flatwoods, pine savannas. Deer moss is abundant in places.