JUL. 7 SAT. 8:45 AM - ANNUAL FORT BRADEN INTERPRETATIVE HIKE. Meet at the Fort Braden Trails Trailhead on Hwy 20 about a mile west of Coe Landing Road. Trail and ecological expert, Michal Jenkins, Conservation Biologist for the Florida State Forests, will lead 3.5-mile interpretative hike through the slope forests overlooking Lake Talquin. About noon we will return to the trail head for refreshments. Dress for the weather, wear good walking shoes, bring water, any personal medications, bug spray, sun protection and other needed personal items. Hiking sticks suggested.
Please review all details provided about the activity. It is up to the participant to get with the event organizer at least 2 days before the event for any information. If events are limited, some information may not be posted till closer to the event. Do not wait till the day of the event to request information as it may be too late to get back to you. In addition, please change your RSVP on Meetup if you can no longer attend as there may be a waitlist.
The Florida National Scenic Trail and other forest trails are part of the natural environment. Rough, uneven, and/or slippery surfaces, protruding roots, encroaching vegetation, fallen branches, mud and water, insects and other wildlife, irritating plants and other hazards may be present. Be prepared for the weather, insects and sun protection. If you question whether a hike is within your ability, contact the Activity Leader.