IMPORTANT: This trail has been DESTROYED by construction of the Wekiva Parkway as the forest has been clearcut. A portion of the route still remains accessible from Katie’s Landing trailhead, but we will need to reassess the route once parkway construction ends. It may be 2019 before we can provide you an update. It was heartbreaking to see the forest that the trail went through mowed down by DOT, especially knowing the rich diversity of wildlife and sandhills flora we’ve seen here.
Length: 2.2 miles
Lat-Long: 28.815005, -81.405699
Fees / Permits: none
Difficulty: easy to moderate
Bug factor: low to moderate
Because the forest that this trail traverses was destroyed by DOT in 2018, we no longer have an accurate account of the route in our books, and do not know if the trail will be rebuilt in any way.
To see what it looked like, see our photos from Lower Wekiva River Preserve
For more information: Lower Wekiva River Preserve State Park