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Fort Clinch State Park offers a multitude of outstanding trails that are both paved and unpaved. This vast area also offers a lot of historical and natural amenities. It?s now considered as one of Florida?s first state parks.

The initial development of this park started in the 1930?s, when the Civilian Conservation Corporation led its construction. The corporation preserved the area?s natural beauty and just added a few more features to make it more tourist-friendly. The trail system of the Fort Clinch State Park includes a 6.5-mile natural trail that circles into different places where hikers and off-road bikers can enjoy a hike and bike session.

The park?s paved road lead to several miles of beaches along Cumberland Sound with hard packed sand for riding and hiking during low tides. Some parts of the trail are also heavily forested. There are traverse ancient dunes that are very steep, offering a challenge to off-road bicyclists and hikers.

People who go here can also opt for a simple walk down the pretty trails.
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