One of Florida's best bike trails: The cool train trestle on Nature Coast Trail
Nature Coast Trail
Nature Coast State Trail January 2014
The Nature Coast State Trail (NCST) is a 31.7-mile long segment of Florida’s Statewide System of Greenways and Trails System built along abandoned railroad tracks, and designated by the U.S. Department of the Interior as a National Recreation Trail. It has two primary sections following unused rail lines. It includes historic sites such as an old train trestle bridge over the Suwannee River near Old Town and train stations in Trenton, Cross City, and Chiefland. At Wilcox Junction abandoned rail tracks cross and connect with several communities. The trail is available to hikers, cyclists, and horse riders.
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