Gainesville - Hawthorne Rail-Trail Topo Map

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For those who enjoy an off-road adventure without the challenge of tight singletrack the 34-mile out-and-back asphalt trail following the former railroad right-of-way could be the ticket. Situated on the north of Paynes Prairie Preserve for the western third of its length, the trail abandons the normal notion of a rail-trail by curving in a few places. Sink holes, ponds, and springs mark the first six miles or so of trail, and where there's water in Florida, you'll find wildlife congregating around it. Along with the typical array of tropical creatures Florida is so well known for, keep your eyes peeled across the prairie for buffalo and wild horses. These are wild animals, so don't attempt to bond with any of them.
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Micanopy, Florida

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