The trail is five miles west of the Felburn Trailhead to the Gulf of Mexico. It runs parallel to the canal for the first 2.5 miles and then switches its path to the south side of the "berm" created by the canal's excavation for the second half of the trail. This part of the trail runs thru maritime hammocks and salt marsh. Along the way there are several look-out points and picnic areas.
|Taking a break!|
|Dan enjoying the views!|
There was no one on the water! Seems like a very nice place to kayak and we know we will be back someday with the Sea Eagle! But, for now, we had to finish the trail. It was a perfect day for a bike ride and the reward at the end was amazing!
|Nice views of the Gulf!|
|Should have brought our picnic lunch!|
We had a great time on the trail! Later in the afternoon, we scouted out a few campgrounds in the area and then headed back to Cedar Key. We had a great day and look forward to many more bike trips!