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Florida Circumnavigational Saltwater Paddling Trail SEGMENT 26: TIMUCUAN TRAIL


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Along this final segment you can experience five state parks: Fort George Island, Little Talbot Island, Big Talbot Island, Amelia Island and Fort Clinch. Besides paddling, opportunities for hiking, swimming, biking and fishing abound. Winding creeks through unspoiled marshlands in this segment help to evoke a feeling of original Florida. Kayakers also have easy access to historic sites such as the Kingsley Plantation, the Ribault Club and Old Fernandina. The trail ends near the Georgia line at Fort Clinch State Park, which features a Civil War era fort. It is a fitting terminus to the 1,515-mile Florida Circumnavigational Saltwater Paddling Trail.

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  • Additional Notes Paddlers need to be watchful of tides and currents, especially near river mouths. The Intracoastal Waterway can be busy with recreational boaters on weekends and holidays., Length of Trail (in miles) 30, Nearby Cities Jacksonville, Amelia Island

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