Isle of Pine Preserve Trails

The property consists of 9 different natural communities and is part of a 3,000+ acre wildlife corridor. Hikers and equestrian users will enjoy everything from beautiful Lake Mary Jane to intriguing scrubby areas with marsh and swamp areas in-between. The site offers peace and tranquility as well as a glimpse of old Florida. The trails are well marked/blazed for your convenience and safety.
Wildlife is plentiful if you are quiet and looking for it. If not, you may still be pleasantly surprised by what pops up unexpectedly and crosses your path like a gopher tortoise, bobwhite quail, fox squirrel, turkey, or deer. Hawks and various songbirds can be heard throughout the site while you are hiking. The site is also home to insect-eating (insectivorous) plants, the hooded pitcher plant and the sundew.

Trail Map

See where this trail will take you, start to finish.


Trail Information

Length of Trail (in miles): 2.7, Unpaved