Articles by County

Closing the Blue Spring Gap

Submitted by Maggie Ardito on Thu, 04/06/2017 - 06:05

Volusia County Council is meeting at 9 this morning. Item T addresses the Gap in the SJR2C Loop between the Blue Spring Trail and the rest ... DeBary Station and the Spring-to-Spring Trail heading east.... Kudos to Volusia!

Blue Spring State Park

Submitted by Maggie Ardito on Tue, 02/07/2017 - 06:31

Here's a great article about one of the crown jewels of the St Johns River-to-Sea Loop.   And now's the time to visit during Manatee Season!

Expanded Sweetheart Trail in Daytona popular with cyclists

Submitted by jaufdenb on Sun, 09/18/2016 - 12:54

As early evening temperatures cool down a bit, people taking their bicycles on the newly improved Sweet Heart Trail through downtown Daytona Beach along the Halifax Intracoastal Waterway It's part of both the St. John's River-to-Sea Loop and the East Coast Greenway (Key West to Maine).

A Note from the East Volusia Correspondent, Jason Aufdenberg

Submitted by jaufdenb on Wed, 08/10/2016 - 16:02

Greetings from Daytona Beach!  As an East Volusia Correspondent for the SJR2C loop, I'll be keeping up with all that's happening with the Loop in the Daytona Beach area.  From the city halls to the transportation planning organization, I'll report updates from planning through construction.

Visit to Black Dolphin Inn

Submitted by Maggie Ardito on Sun, 07/31/2016 - 10:50

We rode a very scenic and pleasant section of the Greenway from New Smyrna south down Riverside Drive to US1.  If you really want to treat yourself to a luxury experience after a long ride, I recommend the Black Dolphin Inn, one of the few 4 Diamond Hotels in Florida and right ON the trail.  You can't beat the convenience and during the week there is a last-minute 20% discount!  There are a number of options for dining and accommodations along this section in all price ranges. 

Blue Spring Trail Opens!

Submitted by Maggie Ardito on Sun, 07/24/2016 - 11:33

blueThe Beresford/Blue Spring segment of the St. Johns River to Sea is now open for nearly 12 miles extending from north of Beresford Park to the south end of Blue Spring State Park. On Sunday lots of people of all ages on all types of conveyances were out enjoying the trail and celebrating the open of the new segment.