St. Johns County To Host Public Workshop On St. Johns River-To-Sea Loop Trail

Oct 23, 2019

St. Johns County is hosting a public workshop Thursday on what’s called the St. Johns River-to-Sea Loop, a 260-mile multi-use trail in the works.

When it’s finished, it’ll be the longest multi-use loop trail in the Southeast  — and about 40 miles of it will run through St. Johns County, St. Augustine, and St. Augustine Beach.

The Loop will connect several major trail networks, including the 3,000-mile East Coast Greenway, which connects the entire eastern seaboard, and the 250-mile Coast to Coast Connector trail that links Titusville to St. Petersburg..

During Thursday’s public workshop, the county will give a progress update and talk about an ongoing planning study. During the meeting, the public will get the chance to offer feedback and learn about potential next steps.

St. Johns River-to-Sea Loop Trail study area map.
Credit St. Johns County Government

For more information on the trail, or to provide input, contact Rodney Cooper at 904-209-0111 or via email at RCooper@SJCFL.us.

The meeting is scheduled to run from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday and will be held at the Solomon Calhoun Community Center at 1300 Duval St. in St. Augustine.

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Brendan Rivers can be reached at brivers@wjct.org, 904-358-6396 or on Twitter at @BrendanRivers.