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    Nature Coast State Trail

    Florida
    Distance31.8mi
    Elevation Gain202ft
    Trailhead Elevation55ft
    Top56ft
    Elevation Min/Max8/56ft
    Elevation Start/End55/55ft

    Nature Coast State Trail

    Nature Coast State Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Dixie County, Gilchrist County, and Levy County, Florida. It is 31.8 miles long and begins at 55 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 62.7 miles with a total elevation gain of 202 feet. The Trenton Train Station attraction is near the trailhead.

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    Chiefland, FL
    Explorer | 51 pts
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    8/8/2008
    This spring produces 800 gallons per minute and SPECTACULAR, BREATHTAKING, etc. A GOLD Medal winning park and a must see. The water temp is 72 degrees year round but the springs are most beautiful in the mid-late summer. The only down side to this park is no camping, but there are gorgeous cabins rentals available.
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    Gainesville, FL
    Explorer | 31 pts
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    2/22/2003
    The trail was in very good condition. We rode the portion from Fanning Springs to Cross City. The bridge over the Suannee is a nice break in the ride, and the kids really enjoyed the Dairy Queen near the end of the trail in Cross City. It was a total round trip of 27 miles from Fanning Springs to the Dairy Queen. I believe the trail goes another 1/2 or so beyond our turnaround point.
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    Stroller/Wheelchair Accessible
    Accessibility
    Swimming, Skating
    Additional Use
    Manatee Springs State Park
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