Fire and Water Trail

Orange Park, Florida 32065

Fire and Water Trail

Fire and Water Trail Professional Guide

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"Although just a few miles outside of Jacksonville, the 20,885-acre Jennings State Forest is a surprisingly rich landscape with many different types of plants and animals. Several rare plants such as Bartram’s Ixia and the St. Johns Susan grow in these woods.

Just about every type of natural community is located here: slope forests, sandhills, flatwoods, dome swamps, and blackwater streams. Hawks, white-tailed deer, river otters, turkeys, alligators, and raccoons are all common residents. Miles of roads and Green tree frogs are found not only in Florida but in many states throughout the Southeast."

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Best Easy Day Hikes: Jacksonville, Florida (Falcon Guides)
Johnny Molloy
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"This hilly interpretive trail in the Jennings State Forest takes you through numerous plant communities and to informative stops that explain the importance of fire and water for Florida’s forests. Enjoy a wildlife blind and an overlook above Wheeler Branch, a blackwater stream, and perhaps see some insect-eating pitcher plants. County, near the town of Middleburg. Centered on North Fork Black Creek, the forest provides recreational opportunities for visitors and a place for wildlife to call home." Read more

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Nice trail, easy. Only downfall is hunters were there at the same time and lots of stickers
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Trail Information

Orange Park
Nearby City
1.7
Distance
Loop/Lollipop
Trail Type
Moderate
Skill Level
60 to 90 minutes
Duration
Fall through spring
Best Times
At trailhead
Local Maps

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Dec 2018