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Longleaf Greenway Trail

 3.1 (10)

7.5 Miles 12.1 Kilometers


Singletrack

74' 23 m

Ascent

-66' -20 m

Descent

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Avg Grade (0°)

5%

Max Grade (3°)

48' 15 m

High

13' 4 m

Low

Shared By Charlie Blume

Conditions


All Clear 27 days ago
Dry - A few muddy spots but not bad. I'd recommend some type of shin guard as the under brush hits your shins... a lot.. just needs some maintenance but it's manageable History

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A mostly flat singletrack through the pines, with some sand and many switchbacks and roots.

Charlie Blume

Dogs Unknown

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Description

This trail officially begins near Sea Pond Road, but the most common entrance point is the Blue Mountain Beach parking lot, where parking is available. From the Blue Mountain Beach parking lot, take the paved bike bath north along Florida Hwy 83 for about 1/8 mile to the trail sign indicating the trail entrance of the Point Washington Forest. From the trailhead, descend slightly to a wooden bridge over Red Fish Lake then after short incline the trail begins snaking through the pines.

You'll cross a few fire break roads but the trail is well marked with signs clearly visible attached to trees. There are a few wet marsh areas with bridges. The trail is well maintained by local riders.

You can continue on the trail for another 2.2 miles after crossing Highway 283 and 1.3 miles after crossing Highway 395. For its duration, the trail is fairly consistent, with some sandy areas, roots and switchbacks. You'll find that you need to cross highways several times over the course of this trail. At each crossing, there is a paved bike path that will allow for safe travel and also bail-out points that will return you to town.

There are several trailheads but most begin at the Satinwood road parking lot off 30-A. There is a $2.00 per person use fee. Maps are available at Big Daddy's Bike Shop in Blue Mountain Beach.

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Your Check-Ins

Check-Ins

Jun 22, 2018
Chuck Kirk
Apr 5, 2018
Jared Powell
16mi
Feb 19, 2018
Mike Bailey
Mostly dry 4-5 big water holes 10.6mi
Oct 4, 2017
Richard Lindsey
14.8mi
Jul 8, 2017
Rudy Culp
Jul 4, 2017
Tyler Hardin
Short out and back from the trailhead 4.9mi
Jun 12, 2017
Jonathan West
mildly overgrown
Apr 16, 2017
Matthew McGee
12mi

Trail Ratings

  3.1 from 10 votes

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#167

in Florida

#12,195

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