Off Road Trails
St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge - St. Marks Unit
If you are a hiker, a cyclist or someone who just wants to see what’s ‘behind the gates’, then perhaps it’s time to go off road. Some of the trails are along the tops of levees and others are in wooded or grassy areas; almost all are mowed regularly. No motorized vehicles are allowed, and signs will remind you not block a gate in case a refuge vehicle or equipment needs access.
The interactive map below was constructed using the “St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge Hiking Trails Map - St. Marks Unit” published by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Trails are identified by a numbered blue circle and match the IDs on the USFWS site. On the refuge, trails are marked by posted signs on gates and at trail intersections.
The map has a blue circle for each trail segment; e.g. trail number 106 has 2 segments. This makes it easier to follow long trails that may cross several other intersecting trails. Click on a numbered circle or a line segment for mileage and information on intersecting trails.
Below the map are total mileage data for numbered trails. Click on one of the Popular Hiking Trails for more detail. Have fun!
Mileage for Numbered Trails
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