Seaton Creek Historic Preserve
Seaton Creek Historic Preserve is a pristine 840-acre preservation park on Jacksonville’s Northside and is thought to be the site of the southernmost battle of the American Revolution. The park offers three trails covering about five miles, three creeks with a kayak landing on one, and access for hikers, off-road bicyclists and equestrians with parking for horse trailers. Please note that the kayak landing is approximately 2.3 miles from the main entrance and trailhead.
Wildlife viewing includes gopher tortoises, wild turkeys, bobcats, white-tailed deer, and more.
For more information on this park, including possible closures or changes to rentals and fees, visit JaxParks.com.
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