Bulls Bay Preserve
Bulls Bay Preserve consists of 1,222 acres, acquired on December 21, 1999 as part of a conservation easement for mitigation. The preserve consists mostly of wetlands with tributaries to the Trout and Ortega rivers originating in the swamps that buffer the Jacksonville-Baldwin Rail Trail from Imeson Road to Bulls Bay Highway.
Amenities include the northern swamp trail off of Imeson Road and over two miles of hiking/mountain bike trails at the Old Plank Road trailhead. With a variety of elevation changes, trail users encounter large oak trees, lily ponds, and even a small waterfall.
For more information on this park, including possible closures or changes to rentals and fees, visit JaxParks.com.
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