Updated as of 12/13/2018. Please note, during dry season (December-May) trail conditions will not be updated regularly unless mowing or trail repair occurs.
Bird Rookery Swamp: Trail is open and phase 2 of boardwalk construction was completed in June. From the start of the trail to mile 8, conditions are dry and hikers/wildlife/bikers have trampled down the tall grass, making travel easy. From mile 8.5-9.5 the ground is soft and vegetation is tall. Volunteer Peter Davis, an avid cyclist, notes that the trail conditions are good for a fat tire bike, but for other bikes, you may want to consider turning around at mile 4. There are two water crossings near mile 9 where sections of the trail washed out during rainy season.
CREW Marsh Trails: All of the trails are clear, open and dry.
Cypress Dome Trails: All trails open including the Wild Coffee Trail. Expect some mud in the center of the Wild Coffee Trail, but it is drying up fast.
Flint Pen Strand Trails: The first trail opened Nov. 30. The red trail (Billy G. Cobb Memorial Trail) is dry.
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