“The first district acquisition within the coastal basin of the Tolomato River”
Tucked away behind a suburban St. Augustine neighborhood, Stokes Landing Conservation Area is a hidden gem of the St. Johns Water Management District, providing an outdoor classroom for local schools and beautiful panoramic views of the salt marshes along the Tolomato River for hikers. Pick up a map and interpretive guide at the trailhead kiosk, and slip through the baffle. White diamonds mark the trail, which loops around a small salt marsh within a thicket of saw palmetto. This entrance trail provides a gateway to a network of pre-existing forest roads that Boy Scout Troop 787 signposted and blazed to create hiking paths through this 274-acre preserve.
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Stokes Landing Conservation Area
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