Timucuan Trail State and National Parks is a unique co-op between the City of Jacksonville, State of Florida and National Park Services. The group of parks includes some of the last unspoiled coastal wetlands on the Atlantic Coast and preserves the area's rich historic and prehistoric sites. Hiking, biking, and kayak trails weave through the seamless system of parks, giving visitors a rare view of pristine marshland, coastal dunes and maritime hammocks.
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Below are links to some of the sites you can visit in the Timucuan Trail State & National Parks:
Timucuan Trail (NEW!)
Did You Know?
The Theodore Roosevelt Area, a unit of the Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve, contains nine distinct ecosystems; more than any other park in Jacksonville, Florida. More...