Meet trip leader Barbara Shea at the parking corral on the north side of State Road 20 1.75 miles east of US-301. This will be our first visit to this 2,868-acre Alachua Conservation Trust (ACT) property, which opened to the public in January 2017. Migratory birds should be present in good numbers along the 2-mile trail that parallels the marshy creek. Wear rubber boots or old shoes you don’t mind getting wet, as the trail can be soggy in places.
Difficulty: 3 (may involve elevation change, uneven terrain, and/or walking distances greater than two miles).