The official Ribbon Cutting for the DeBary to Blue Spring Connector of the St Johns River-to-Sea Loop was held on Friday, December 28 at 10:30.
A great ride with over 20 people thanks to the Half Fast Riders from Orlando joining us at the Blue Spring Avenue Trailhead.
Progress is being made on the St Johns River-to-Sea Loop (Palatka to St Augustine section) around Hastings but FDOT has notified us that although the section will be most likely be complete and turned over to the county by the end of the
St Johns River-to-Sea Loop promises downtown renewal
This is the new section from Edgewater and Gobblers Lodge (east of Osteen) to the Brevard County Line. The two legs join at Maytown and head south to the county line and Brevard has completed the Loop all the was to Titusville.
For some reason, OGT publishes their Connections newsletter in a way that makes it very difficult to share online. Click the image of the link below for a PDF version, or contact them to get on their email list.
With support from outdoor outfitter REI we are establishing the River-to-Sea Nature and History Corridor. The corridor will begin in West Volusia and grow to include the southern part of the Loop. This story map shows the attractions
Here is a link to the St Johns River-to-Sea Loop Story Map with Trailheads, Campgrounds, and Agritourism Corridor resources. This Story Map was created with a grant from the Florida Deparment of Econ