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Wilderness Trail

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A quiet, two-mile long trail.


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2.0

Miles

3.2

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Runnable

27' 8 m

High

19' 6 m

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Up

9' 3 m

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Features Birding · Wildlife

Closed Christmas Day and the day after Thanksgiving.

Need to Know

Portions of trail can be flooded during rainy season.

Description

This dirt trail connects from the Ed Center Trail at Brooker Creek Preserve and takes you through several different environments starting with a forest wetlands, a cypress swamp area, and then finally a flatwoods pine area. The trail is well-signed at junctions and has orange markers throughout to let you know you're on the right trail.

Flora & Fauna

Fauna: Bald eagle, deer, armadillo, rabbits, woodpeckers, gopher tortoise, red cardinals, spiders, turkey, owls
Flora: Oak, palmetto, dogwood, ferns, slash pine

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Kevin Roberts

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during rainy season this section of the Wilderness trail maybe flooded
Apr 5, 2018 near East Lake, FL
rabbit on Wilderness trail
Apr 4, 2018 near East Lake, FL
Slash Pines Wilderness trail
Apr 6, 2018 near East Lake, FL

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