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Julington-Durbin Creek Preserve

by Matt
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Published on: November 7, 2011

While browsing Google maps, I stumbled across a trail in a relatively blank area next to the St. John’s River.  After researching, I really didn’t see much information about it, so I decided it was worth it a look.  Julington-Durbin Creek preserve sits on a peninsula bordered by Julington and Durbin Creek.    The trailhead lies at the end of a gravel road off of Bartram Park Blvd.  The loop trail heads west, and is about 6.2 miles around the loop.

We didn’t have time to complete the loop, but covered about 3 miles total.  This preserve is primarily flat woodland.  Lots of pine trees and small shrubs dominate the area.  In the middle of the loop, the vegetation is less dense, and there are signs of controlled burns recently.  It was cloudy and cool, so it was difficult to see much wildlife at the time.  We’ll have to return later and finish the rest of this trail.  Until then, enjoy the photos.

 

 

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