“This is a service road, but also doubles as a footpath through pastures leading to an oak hammock.”
— Alexandra Sulecki
Birding · Wildflowers · Wildlife
Check with the ranger on duty first before accessing this trail.
This would not be a good trail to run due to bumpy pasture conditions.
This is a service road used primarily by land managers to access the northern areas of the preserve, however, it can be easily navigated on foot. Part of the trail goes through open pasture and is routinely mowed to identify the track. The trail leads to live oak hammocks in the north where wildlife cameras frequently pick up deer, panther, and bear.
Flora & Fauna
Wildflowers, orchids, and more along this sunny trail!