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Black Creek Outfitters – Pint Night 4/25

by Matt
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Published on: April 25, 2013

Tonight, Black Creek Outfitters is combining two great things – the outdoors and beer.  The guest speaker is Greg Bleakney who cycled 18,500 miles from Alaska to South America.

From the site:

First 200 to arrive get a free Black Creek collectable pint glass and one fill up from Green Room Brewing.  Gourmet Aviator will be on hand with food for purchase with 10% of sales going to the Sierra Club.  To learn more about our guest speaker Greg Bleakney visit:

For more information visit BCO’s webpage.

Pint Night @ Black Creek Outfitters

by Matt
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Published on: February 18, 2013

February 28th, Black Creek Outfitters is hosting another Pint Night to benefit the North Florida Land Trust.  The special guest will be a National Geographic film maker.  Green Room will be offering free pint glasses as well as one free pint per guest.  On The Fly Sandwiches will be on-site, and a giant Jenga game will be held in the store.  For more information click here.  (Disregard the wrong year on the invitation)

Pint Night at Black Creek Outfitters

by Matt
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Published on: October 31, 2012

Tomorrow, November 1st, Black Creek Outfitters will be hosting ‘Pint Night’ to benefit the St. Johns RiverKeeper.  Show up and receive a free pint glass (also filled with beer!)  Mark Woods of the Times-Union will be speaking about his sabbatical to visit various National Parks around the country.  More information here.

Black Creek Ravines Conservation Area

by Matt
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Published on: January 19, 2012

Add this to the list of places we need to visit.  Located about a mile east of Middleburg, next to Black Creek, this park contains about 8 miles of trails.  Find the trail map here.  This park is about 965 acres of woods and wetlands that follow the creek.  Gopher tortoises are a frequent sight here, as well as the occasional bobcat, otter, and bald eagle.

The trails here consist primarily of loops that follow the creek at the far end.  The Yellow Spur trail ends at a campsite along the banks of the creek.  Southeast from that point is the observation point, which can be reached by a spur from the Red Trail Loop.  Look for more information on this park in the near future.

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