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McQueens Island Historic Trail

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McQueens Island Historic Trail

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Tinawit wrote a review Jan 2020
Jacksonville, Florida70 contributions13 helpful votes
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Appears to have been a great place to walk before the storm damaged it. There are a lot of supplies and heavy equipment ready to make it beautiful again.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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loewymartin wrote a review Aug 2019
Chapel Hill, North Carolina11 contributions5 helpful votes
Tried to run here today (August 2019) and it is closed for renovations/repairs. No posted date for reopening either. I’m glad they are fixing it up since the last few posts mentioned it needed it - just wish we knew before driving out there!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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12am wrote a review Mar 2019
New York72 contributions28 helpful votes
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Beautifully situated trail next to the South Channel of the Savannah river, surrounded by marshlands. You can access it from two points (midpoint and near bridge to Ft Pulaski). it's 6 miles one way - and you can extend it by running over the bridge to Ft Pulaski. Unfortunately, several sections (especially around the midpoint) are in poor shape, with areas washed away and make-shift bridges consisting of balance beams - a bit tricky to negotiate - see pictures). Certainly not suitable for biking right now.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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GordoMatt wrote a review Aug 2018
Savannah, Georgia81 contributions17 helpful votes
This trail is access at it mid-point and at the east end at the entrance to Ft. Pulaski. The midpoint access is under water at high tide and the crossing bridge is missing. From the east end a portion of the trail useable until you reach a large gap washed out. Turn in at the sign for Ft. Pulaski and park on the grass on your left.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Heather Ryan wrote a review Sep 2017
Chattanooga, Tennessee13 contributions2 helpful votes
People obviously don't take care of this gem, trash was everywhere. We brought our bicycles with the idea of having a leisurely ride but the path was not ideal for anything other than a mountain bike.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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