April 23 Celebrate National Trails Day with Trail Day on A1A

Mother Nature smiled on us for a perfect day for Earth Day/Trails Day on A1A in Flagler County. There was so much going on all day! We were honored to have Rails to Trails Conservancy VP Kevin Mills and Florida Director Ken Bryan and Florida Bicycle Association Executive Director Becky Afonso, and Flagler County Commissioner Andy Dance and Palm Coast Mayor David Alfin among many others present. Spot Fitness again presented their $100

Michelle Palmucci was stellar in her leadership and decorations for the bike parade… while Mark Palmucci and others worked behind the scenes to makes it all successful. Special thanks to FDOT District 5 and the River to Sea TPO – and Jason Aufdenberg for photos and video of the Mayors R

April 23, 2022 9:00 AM to 3:00 pm

April 23, 2022  9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

River-to-Sea Loop/ A1A
Palm Coast Flagler Co.  FL

The Rails to Trails Conservancy has declared April 23rd to be National Trails Day, and we are celebrating on the Loop along A1A in Flagler County.

This is a Free and Public event brought to your by the St JOhns River-to-Sea Loop Alliance.

A one-day event 4/23/2022, on the A1A Shared Use Path at the Hammock Coastal area of Palm Coast, that brings people together to enjoy and use the path, learn of path safety, ecological matters, and enhance community path involvement, organized by The St. Johns River to Sea Loop Alliance.

Times and locations are in planning – please register so we can keep you informed.

 Registration is advised   

Helmets are required.  Pedal-assist E-bikes are allowed but throttle (Class 2) E-bikes are NOT allowed on trails or on the ride. 

The main event will be a Bike Parade, a Ride with the Mayor, and Scavenger hunt between Marineland and Varn Park, with stops along the way. Anyone can join in at any point, at any time and be part of the Fun. Bike Parade judging will be at 12:00

Other activities Include same day events from partners such as Marineland Dolphin Discovery, Washington Oaks State Park, and several local and pedestrian related nonprofits.

In the Parks and along the way there will be educational tables set up where you can engage in learning Path and Safety info, ecological info, collect goodies, Food trucks …etc.

Please register so we can keep you updated.

We are still in planning – Times are TBD. Watch this space or River2SeaLoop.Org for updated details.

No charge for the event but it’s really important that you register.

 Consider purchasing a T-Shirt or becoming a Friend or Sponsor to help advance trails in our region.

 

Register Here

Thanks to our Trail Day Sponsors

Special thanks to our 2022 Trail Alliance Partners: – You allow us to keep on pedaling toward our goal of completed Loop and bike-friendly five-counties.  

Central 28 Beer

Trail Alliance Contributors:

And as always thanks to Volusia County Parks, Florida State Parks, and the FDOT SUNTrail program. ​

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