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Biking the trails at the Cedar Point unit of Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve

Biking the Cedar Point unit of Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve

Biking in the Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve is limited to roads open to vehicles, trails at Cedar Point, and the Willie Browne Trail.

The trails at Cedar Point connect to other trails in the adjacent Cedar Point Preserve, and you can bike these as well. The Cedar Point trails have a lot of grass on them, and plenty of ticks. Once the weather warms up, mosquitoes, gnats, and biting flies make any time spent at Cedar Point pure misery. I recently hiked the trails on a nice day in mid-March and didn’t find an insect of any kind. However, I was there a few years before, also in mid-March, and the gnats were so bad that I couldn’t function until I had put on my long pants, long sleeve shirt, and a mosquito net on my head.

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Last updated on April 14, 2022
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