I got a chance to explore a little of the Agritourism Corridor segment of the St Johns River-to-Sea Loop this week. There is a great new section in Putnam County with a lot of interesting things to see.
Kraig McLane and I made a presentation at the Palatka Rotary Club yesterday at Ravine Gardens State Park. It was a wonderfully friendly meeting in a beautiful location.
WOW! Four (FOUR!) 4! of these are right on or very near the route of the St Johns River-to-Sea Loop!
Just in time to make your donation count on your 2016 taxes! The SJR2C Loop Alliance is now accepting credit card donations.
Don't miss out on the great 5th Annual SEA Rails to Trails Festival happening right now in Armstrong Park right on the St Johns River-to-Sea Loop Ag Tourism Corridor. Today is the last day and everyone there is having a great time!
The Blue Spring Gap is one of the most critical gaps in the St Johns River-to-Sea Loop and should be one of the easiest to fill.
Yesterday's sunset viewed from Daytona's Sweetheart Trail, part of the St. John's River to Sea Loop.
One day you will be able to ride the St Johns River-to-Sea Loop safely from De Leon Springs to Blue Springs to DeBary Station to Green Springs and beyond. But that time is not yet.
Adding to the LOOP, new trailhead in Armstrong will help access and future Armstrong Rail Trail festivals. The new trail head in Armstrong is going to be awesome when done!! Making great progress so far too!!
This section presents the evolving collection of maps and directions that will enable people to safely enjoy the Loop. The first map is the overview.