Jacksonville-Baldwin Trail

This rail trail offers a sense of seclusion cyclists might not expect being only a few miles from downtown Jacksonville. The path traverses a range of natural habitats that include pine flatwoods, wetlands and hardwood uplands. Songbirds, hawks, wild turkey and white-tailed deer are frequently seen. A leafy canopy of oak, pine, maple and sumac shades the trail, and in certain locations, gives the illusion of traveling in a tunnel. The trail also crosses McGirts Creek near Camp Milton, the longest continually occupied Civil War encampment in Florida. The Jacksonville-Baldwin Trail joins an impressive list of outstanding Florida walking, hiking, biking and equestrian trail.

Trail Map

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


Trail Information

Length of Trail (in miles): 14.5, Paved