“A beautiful run near the Econfina Creek in Northwest Florida.”
— Darryl Updegrove
Birding · Commonly Backpacked · River/Creek · Spring · Swimming · Views · Waterfall · Wildflowers · Wildlife
Uneven ground with roots. Trail is well marked and generally wide enough for trail running.
This trail starts at the bluffs overlooking the Econfina Creek (this is a good place to camp for the night). Follows the Econfina Creek all the way to the Scott Road Trailhead near Fountain, FL. It includes two suspension bridges (pedestrian only), a waterfall, several underwater springs, and a side spur to the Trap Pond designated campsite. It is mostly level ground so easy running. There are a lot of shaded areas, so it is not too bad on hot days. The trail is well marked with Florida Trail Association orange blazes.
Flora & Fauna
Mountain laurels, oleander, magnolia, pine, wildflowers. Especially beautiful in the spring (March/April). You may see a snake or two.
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